Our culture is rooted in our eagerness to make Timescale ubiquitous as the best time-series database available. Our team is comprised of truly inspiring individuals who not only bring innovative problem solving to the table, but know when to have a good laugh.
While we know well-honed skills are absolutely necessary to make a company great, we also believe that working with friends who can inspire and teach us to be better is the key to our success.
We have people from all over the world with diverse backgrounds contributing to our fun-loving culture. There are those who can spend hours debating the crunch-factor of different chicken nuggets. Others go sweat it out at the gym during lunch. Some of us can talk endlessly about our kids, whether they be actual children, potted plants, or fuzzy four-legged creatures.
In the tech industry, we recognize the need to be flexible, fearless, and honest. These qualities can be hard to find in one person much less an entire team, but once you spend some time with us you‘ll see, we‘re doin‘ it and doin‘ it well.
We appreciate that successful professionals are leaders in their field that can achieve truly amazing things all on their own, but we are looking for those who can work well with our brand of awesome.
If this sounds like you, then hang on to your hat because we‘re building for the future of data and computing and we‘d love for you to be a part of it.
We're a database company! Where would we be without our insanely talented engineering team? Solving problems is their forte. Engineers at Timescale juggle hundreds of different plates ranging from strategizing a smoother user experience, testing and implementing new security protocols, to deploying a widely anticipated new feature. They take the time to support our open-source users with setup tips and answering quick questions on our Slack channel. Inside scoop: On days where we deploy new feature releases we crank up the tunes and eagerly await user feedback. If ever you want to know what we're listening to, our release music is listed in the docs.