Posted 10 Jun 2024, 1:00 pm

Elixir Engineer at Supabase

Supabase is an open source and fully remote company building developer tools for databases. We are seeking backend Elixir experts.

About Elixir at Supabase

Supabase's Realtime server is written in Elixir and manages broadcasting database updates to thousands of connected clients for Supabase customers. We starting to work on our next iteration of Realtime, which includes Multiplayer functionality, like Presence and Broadcasts.

Supabase recently acquired Logflare which is written in Elixir. Logflare handles almost two billion log events per day and is growing rapidly. Logflare also serves SQL queries allowing Supabase customers to query and visualize structured Postgres and infrastructures logs.

Elixir is powering more and more backend functionality at Supabase and we need your help!

You will

  • Support ongoing Elixir projects and developers with a deep understanding of the Erlang VM.
  • Build out custom observability infrastructure to support daily operations of thousands of Postgres databases.
  • Build high throughput and robust data pipelines.
  • Build programmatic interfaces (REST, gRPC, or other messaging protocols) for managing Postgres.

You are

  • You've built and scaled large multi-node Elixir or Erlang systems.
  • String and binary parsing experience preferred.

We offer:

  • 100% remote work from anywhere in the world. No location-based adjustment to your salary.
  • Autonomous work. We work collaboratively on projects, but you set your own pace.
  • Health, Vision and Dental benefits. Supabase covers 100% of the cost for employees and 80% for dependants
  • Generous Tech Allowance for any office setup you need
  • Annual Education Allowance
  • Annually run off-sites.


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