Rotterdam, South Holland
€60000 - €70000 per annum + benefits

Data Engineer - Marine Industry
Rotterdam, the Netherlands
€60,000 - €70,000 + benefits

One of the global leaders in the marine industry is on the outlook for a Data Engineer to strengthen their rapidly-growing Data team. In this challenging role, you will work on both the back-end and front-end development of data complexities and get the chance to initiate data-driven solutions which will have immediate impact on the business.

This well-established company is always focusing on providing the best marine solutions possible. As innovation is in their DNA, data plays an ever-growing role in their way of doing business. With a company culture that can be described as entrepreneurial, open and passionate about their sector, it's safe to say that this a great opportunity to take the next step in your career as Data Engineer.

As a Data Engineer, you will focus on both the back-end and front-end development of data complexities using various technologies like Python, SQL and Azure. You will work on various data-driven solutions in close collaboration with stakeholders at every level within the company, from senior management to executive level.

In more detail, the role involves:

  • Developing and maintaining the data infrastructure
  • Working with various (cloud based) systems and tools, including Python, SQL, JavaScript and Azure
  • Working closely together with end-users and other stakeholders across the business
  • Being responsible for custom-build applications and complex projects resulting in business improvement

The successful Data Engineer will need:

  • Advanced experience with Python and SQL and with cloud-based systems like Azure within a commercial environment
  • Strong experience with programming languages like R or JavaScript
  • Master's degree in a numeric or technical field, e.g. Computer Science
  • Fluent in English

On top the basic salary, you will get an excellent benefits package, including:

  • Flexible working
  • Bonus system
  • Holiday allowance

Please register your interest by sending your CV to Dorien Marijs via the Apply link on this page.

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