DATA ARCHITECT

Paris, Île-de-France
€70000 - €80000 per annum

Data Architect
70K-80K€ par an
Paris, France

Cette start up développe depuis plusieurs années une plateforme e-commerce permettant à ses clients d'avoir accès à plus de 6 millions d'offres. Il existe aujourd'hui une grande volumétrie de données et de belles problématiques liées à l'infrastructure.

Elle recherche aujourd'hui un profil Data Architect / Engineer pour travailler sur l'ensemble de son architecture Data et prendre en main toute la gestion de leur DataLake.

LE POSTE :

Au sein de l'équipe Data

  • Vous travaillerez sur des missions spécifiques au développement d'architectures Big Data
  • Vous serez en charge de toute la partie architecture Data groupe
  • Vous travaillerez sur des problématiques liées à de fortes volumétries de données
  • Vous serez amené à travailler sur la mise en oeuvre et l'optimisation d'un DataLake (Spark, Hadoop)
  • Vous travaillerez sur la mise en place de pipeline et données et toute la partie ingestion (Python, Scala, Airflow...)
  • Vous serez amené à repose et développer des solutions data en collaboration avec les équipes techniques...

LE PROFIL:

  • Diplômé d'un Master Ingénieur ou Scientifique
  • Vous avez une expérience solide en tant que Data Engineer ou Data Architect
  • Background développeur ou data engineer
  • Vous avez déjà travailler dans un contexte de grande volumétrie de données.
  • Vous maitrisez Python ou Scala
  • Vous avez déjà travaillé avec des outils big data/streaming (Spark, Kafka, Hadoop...)
  • Une expérience dans le domaine du e-commerce est un plus

Stack :

Python / Scala

Spark / Hadoop / Airflow

GCP

Docker / Kubernetes

MongoDB


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