Lead Big Data Architect and Engineer - End to End

Miami, Florida
US$150000 - US$200000 per annum + Additional Benefits

Lead Big Data Architect and Engineer - End to End

$150,000-$200,000

Miami, FL

THE COMPANY

This nationally acclaimed leader in sports ownership is looking to bring in a highly skilled big data expert who is passionate about hands on coding to join their Miami team to design and build an end to end centralized solution for their various business branches to access a localized large scale data pool.

If you are someone who loves getting your hand dirty, is looking for full ownership of a massive data product, and holding a high impact position within the company, please read below and apply your interest!

THE ROLE

As the Lead Big Data Architect and Engineer, you will be in charge of managing and localizing all the business' data in order to gather insights ranging from revenue sales to betting odds to consumer market and behavior by partaking in the following core responsibilities:

  • Designing the architecture of the centralized AWS cloud hosted data lake
  • Building ETL big data pipelines to bring in data from various business sources and moving it into the centralized environment
  • Collaborating extensively with business stakeholders for the various organizations and managing their expectations
  • Long term, you will be in charge of both leading and building a team beneath you to work on various engineering and analytics projects

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

In order to be considered for the Lead Big Data Architect and Engineer role, you are someone who has the following distinctions/qualifications:

  • You have several years of professional data engineering experience
  • You have worked commercially with large volume (petabytes) of data
  • You have a strong commercial expertise in AWS services and environment
  • You have professional coding experience with newer programming languages (Scala, Python, Java)
  • You have professional experience building an end to end data solution - you have worked in a greenfield environment and not just taking over maintenance/upgrading of data lake
  • You have professional experience using Spark and Kafka or related (Kinesis is also okay)
  • You preferably have a variety of industry/company experience - a startup and larger SaaS/e-commerce company
  • You are a strong communicator and have shown capability in communicating technical concepts to nontechnical senior business stakeholders

THE BENEFITS

  • $150,000-$200,000 base salary dependent on experience level
  • Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance
  • 401K
  • PTO/vacation flexibility
  • Remote working options
  • Exciting environment with lot of growth opportunity/mobility!
  • Sponsorship/transfer of sponsorship can be accommodated

HOW TO APPLY

Please register your interest by sending your résumé to Kavya Kannan via the Apply link on this page.

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