Data Engineer

Waltham, Massachusetts
US$170695 - US$182887 per annum + Benefits

Data Engineer
Waltham
$140,000 - $150,000

A tech-savvy e-commerce company are looking for a Data Engineer to join them in Waltham! This is a tech driven business, with an excellent reputation, now looking to add to their team. You will work closely with Analysts and Data Scientists to deliver data pipelining and migration solutions using the newest in serverless technology. It's an excellent opportunity to utilise the latest modern cloud technologies working and pave the way for exciting Data Science work.

THE ROLE -Data Engineer
As Data Engineer, your responsibilities will include:

  • Liaising with both technical and non-technical stakeholders from C-Level down to gather requirements
  • Working on several projects simultaneously
  • Developing AWS data lakes
  • Working with structured and semi-structured data to build data pipelines in Python
  • Realtime data ingestion
  • Migrating on-premise data to the cloud
  • ETL data processing
  • Working with Redshift, S3 and Athena for datawarehousing

You will need:

  • Experience with cloud technologies such as AWS
  • Strong programming experience in Scala, Java or Python

HOW TO APPLY
In order to apply for this position, please do so via this site.
For information on this role or other roles in the BI & Engineering market please get in touch with Sandra Namatovu at

KEYWORDS

Data, Manager, Analytics, Bigdata, Spark, Scala, Java, Python, Hadoop, Redshift, Snowflake, AWS, ETL, Athena, S3

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