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Senior Big Data Engineer - Google Cloud, Scala, Spark
£70,000 to £90,000
A specialist Big Data Engineering and Data Science Consultancy Company are looking for a talented Data Engineer to build brand new data products to provide extra offerings to their clients across sectors. You will own the design and build of these products, helping carve the way for a new revenue stream. The tools will be built in Scala, using Spark in a Google Cloud environment. This is a great opportunity for you to lead a key project for the business, whilst working with cutting-edge technology (Spark, GCP).
The Consultancy have grown from nothing to 20 people in 2 years and have ambitious growth plans in future due to excellent investment from their founding organisation. They specialise in projects that require advanced data science techniques (Machine Learning etc.), Cloud Data Platforms (primarily GCP), Distributed Computing techniques (Hadoop and Spark), and real-time data processing (Kafka). This is a great chance for you to make your mark, alongside one of the best data teams in the UK.
YOUR ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES
As Senior Big Data Engineer, you will:
YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
To qualify for this Senior Big Data Engineer role, you will need:
HOW TO APPLY
To apply for this Lead Data Engineer role, please do so via this site. For more information on this or other Big Data Engineering roles, reach out to Ross at Harnham.
KEYWORDS: Data Engineer, Big Data, Scala, Java, Spark, Hadoop, Google Cloud, GCP
£650 - £750 per day
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£60000 - £100000 per annum + bonus, pension, benefits
City of London, London
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500000kr - 600000kr per annum
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£550 - £650 per day
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