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Big Data Engineer - Retail Industry
Rotterdam, the Netherlands
€65,000 - €75,000 + benefits
This is a chance to work at one of the largest retail companies in the Netherlands as a Big Data Engineer. You will be part of a rapidly-growing Data & Analytics team and play a vital role in the collection, storage, processing and analysis of huge sets of complex data.
This company is one of the biggest companies in the retail industry within the Netherlands. While not having international presence, the Data & Analytics team consists of team members from across the globe. The company strives to continuously improve the way they serve their customers and use the newest technologies to achieve this. With a company culture that can be described as ambitious and empowering, this is a great opportunity to take the next step in your career as a Big Data Engineer.
As a Big Data Engineer, you will focus on the back-end development of complex data sets and participate in various short- and long-term projects.
In more detail, the role involves:
YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
The successful Big Data Engineer will need:
On top the basic salary, you will get an excellent benefits package, including:
HOW TO APPLY
Please register your interest by sending your CV to Dorien Marijs via the Apply link on this page.
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