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Join the Atlas Search Query team to design and develop the next generation of Search query architecture, optimization and execution.
Atlas Search is a growing cloud service that allows users to execute complex search queries using the MongoDB Query Language. Our users are free to focus on relevance and data retrieval instead of the machinery needed to search data at scale.
Our team is building a cloud-based distributed system responsible for the core components of search including: data ingestion, performance, query language, query execution, and aggregation. Our product is being adopted quickly and there are many interesting projects. This is a visible leadership role where you will be responsible for the technical success of our Search Query interface.
This role is based in our San Francisco office.
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