LEAD DATA ENGINEER

San Francisco, California
US$170000 - US$200000 per year + Bonus

LEAD DATA ENGINEER

NORTH SAN FRANCISCO

$160,000 - $195,000 + BONUS

A really exciting opportunity for a talented Lead Data Engineer to join a fast paced team working in a global leading business. If you are passionate about Data and working with huge amounts of data being streamed per day then this could be the role for you.

THE COMPANY

The Lead Data Engineer will work at a global leader in their field who due to an increase in business are looking to grow their Data Engineering team. This is a great opportunity to work with real time data processing as well as a consistently updated tech stack. The company works in an industry that is under a constant need to improve and grow.

THE ROLE

  • Hands on development role working across Data Engineering and Data Architecture
  • Harvesting data and inputting into the cloud-based Datawarehouse (Snowflake)
  • Using programming skills to create big data pipelines, that can deal with both structured and unstructured data
  • Work in collaboration with other engineers and scientists to build high scale distributed computer systems

YOUR SKILLS & EXPERIENCE

  • Previous work-experience in a cloud based environment (AWS preferred)
  • Proven hands-on commercial experience recently with Python
  • Previous experience working with Spark
  • Hands on knowledge of working with SQL
  • Experience with Data Modelling
    • The ability to deal with stakeholders at all levels is a must for this role, previous experience of taking and understanding requirements

HOW TO APPLY

Please register your interest by sending your resume to Calum Reid via the apply link on this page.

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