EDB | Postgres Mailer - March 2023

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Hope all is well. Please see below the priority jobs EDB is hiring for:

Kubernetes Operator Developer - Remote, US or EMEA
We are looking for a Go Developer with advanced Kubernetes skills to work in a team focused on Kubernetes and Cloud Native products. Ideal candidates will take pride in writing readable, well-designed and tested software and prefer simple solutions over complex ones.

We are currently looking for a 100% Remote hands-on Senior Performance Engineer (Database Internals) to join our EnterpriseDB Postgres Distributed (EPD) Product Development team. You will be responsible for recommending ways to improve the performance of the product and in some cases implementing such recommendations while building strategic replication technology.

As a Senior Support Engineer, you will be a part of our Technical Support team that is 100% remote, working on a global team. Ideal candidates will be able to speak English fluently, have years of experience with PostgreSQL and be able to communicate, work effectively with our clients by providing the best in-class solution.   

We’re currently seeking a versatile manager with a proven history of success in technical support management and team development. This role will directly lead our Technical Support team in EMEA.

We are looking for Golang & Java developer who’ll help build our next generation of database migration software, with focus on the data transport tooling and capabilities 
Cloud Solutions Architect - Remote, Korea or Japan
Cloud Solutions Architect will work with the sales and partner teams to introduce EDB Postgres Cloud to customers, explain the technical aspects of the solution, and resolve any potential roadblocks.

The world loves Postgres. If you work with developers or data scientists or anyone wrangling data, you’ll probably see a sticker with the tusks and trunk of the Postgres elephant on the lid of a nearby laptop. EDB has a lot to do with that.

We’ve been major contributors to Postgres since the beginning, and we are proud to call thousands of boundary pushing customers our partners. Proud though we are, we are not resting on our laurels. There’s plenty of work to do. The good news is that everything we do will impact Postgres, which is to say that it will impact the world. No pressure.

We are hiring for these and many more positions on our career site! Please also follow this link to see our open source contribution policy. 

Have a great day! 

Chuentao Jaklin (She/Her)

Sr. Talent Acquisition Specialist

Human Resources


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