Neo4j is a fast moving software startup with extensive international operations. Founded in Sweden, the company is now based in San Mateo, California and described as an American company with a Swedish soul.

Developer Relations Engineers wear many hats, with the goal of growing awareness and adoption of Neo4j. This includes writing sample applications, integrations with 3rd-party technologies, building sample datasets and GraphGists, etc. Although writing code and helping fellow developers on StackOverflow is a major part of the role, these engineers also help produce content to help other developers understand Neo4j and Graph Databases. This content can take the form of blog posts, website documentation, videos, presentations, and more. May also help with coordinating meetup groups and other developer-focused events.

Desired Skills and Experience

Requirements:

  • Enrolled in Computer Science or related degree program.
  • Knowledgeable in a variety of programming languages such as Java, Python, Ruby, Go.
  • Familiar with SQL and NoSQL technologies.
  • Good working knowledge of creating web applications.
  • Great written and verbal communication skills.
  • Excited about Neo4j!
  • Bonus:

  • Knowledge of Neo4j and Graph Databases.
  • Significant contributions to the open source community, with GitHub account full of code written.
  • Experience with a variety of testing methodologies.
  • Public presentation skills, and experience crafting stories for delivery via talks and online content.
  • Information architecture.
  • UX, data visualization, and general frontend development experience.
  • Perks:

  • Fully stocked kitchen: Gourmet teas, coffee, yogurt, cereal, soups, fresh fruit, veggies, ice cream, etc.!
  • Weekly catered lunch
  • Enjoy the Park! Volleyball, tennis, outdoor yoga, etc. We have all the supplies!
  • Located in downtown San Mateo and walking distance from the CalTrain station.
  • Lunch and learns
  • Apply via LinkedIn and include your resume (or a PDF of linkedin profile) and cover letter explaining your interest, as well as links to other relevant places on the web (like GitHub profile, stackoverflow profile, etc). Must be enrolled in a CS or related degree program at a college/university level.