Sofware Engineer

Charlotte, North Carolina
US$150000 - US$170000 per year

SOFTWARE ENGINEER
INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT
REMOTE
$150,000 - $170,000

Are you a Software Engineer with a desire to work for a hyper-growth, real estate-focused, investment management company that is sweeping the nation? Do you want to work with large quantities of data to drive business decisions for the better? This is an incredible opportunity with an amazing company, to use the full scope of your software engineering abilities.

THE COMPANY

This investment manager is changing the way housing rentals are operated in the United States. They have recently seen an incredible amount of growth in their residential housing ventures. The scaling up occurring during a pandemic that was mostly harmful to this market is a testament to their mission and quality. This company is looking for skilled Software Engineers to provide the substance and applications they need to make data-driven decisions.

THE ROLE - Software Engineer

As Software Engineer, you will be working with data from various aspects of the housing market. You will be expected to work with unstructured data daily, perform statistical analysis in Python, and deploy it to AWS and Azure. You will also get the chance to work with performative data to identify trends in the housing market nationally. Further responsibilities include:

  • Working with the data directly and developing applications in Java, Spring, and Hibernate
  • Producing scalable backends using containers (Docker, etc.)
  • Constant SQL querying
  • Communicating and presenting your data professionally
  • Working with large amounts of structured and unstructured data

YOUR SKILLS & EXPERIENCE:

  • Degree educated in a numerical discipline (computer science or relevant field)
  • Proven experience employing ETL pipelines and data platforms in a professional environment
  • A track-record of commercial success sourcing, cleaning, and validating raw data with Snowflake or S3
  • Commercial experience writing SQL queries to
  • Excellent communication and teamwork skills that lend to a collaborative and professional environment

BENEFITS:

As Software Engineer you can expect to earn up to $170,000 (depending on experience), 401k, medical, dental, vision, and more.

HOW TO APPLY

Please register your interest by sending your resume to Danny Macdonald via the Apply link on this page.

KEYWORDS:

Data Engineer, Software Engineer, Software Developer, SQL, Python, AWS, Analytics, Pipelines, Data Architecture, Unstructured Data, ETL, Data Management, Querying, MongoDB, Snowflake, Spring, Hibernate, Javascript, Azure, Investment Management

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