In Data Platform Singapore, our mission is to create a PB-level analytical database product that empowers efficient and real-time data-driven decision-making, based on ClickHouse. Our internal use cases have been grown to tens of thousands of instances and supporting ByteDance's global customers as well as internal products.
Based on this unique ground, we will be building a cloud-native and high-performance enterprise data warehouse (or analytical database, these two concepts are becoming one), with challenges that are exciting and unprecedented, and we vision this database to be the fastest analytical database in this world.
- Engage with internal and enterprise customers to understand their needs
- Build a product roadmap that drives both internal and enterprise adoption
- Bridge technical and business teams
- Break down complex problems into steps and drive product improvement to meet customers' expectations
- Bachelor's degree in computer science, engineering, or a related field (or equivalent professional work experience)
- At least 2 years of experience in product management for an OLAP (Presto, Druid, Kylin, SparkSQL, etc.) or a Data Warehouse (Snowflake, Teradata, Redshift, etc.)
- Experience working on GTM strategy and implementation
- Experience working with an open-source community
- Understanding of massively parallel processing (MPP) data systems and their unique abilities and challenges
- Ability to understand enterprise customers' needs, and a desire to drive solutions to their problems
- At least 1 year of experience in Enterprise-grade product management
ByteDance is committed to creating an inclusive space where employees are valued for their skills, experiences, and unique perspectives. Our platform connects people from across the globe and so does our workplace. At ByteDance, our mission is to inspire creativity and enrich life. To achieve that goal, we are committed to celebrating our diverse voices and to creating an environment that reflects the many communities we reach. We believe individuals shouldn't be disadvantaged because of their background or identity, but instead should be considered based on their strengths and experience. We are passionate about this and hope you are too.