Data Engineer

Described as a “force to be reckoned with” and having "cultural resonance and edge”, Barstool Sports is the most relevant and engaging brand in entertainment and digital media today. For over 10 years, Barstool has applied comedy and satire to pop culture, entertainment and sports, and has grown a loyal audience across its blog, network of podcasts, radio shows, original video content and live experiences. We have the passion, personality and power to create viral trends and moments, and we continuously shape the conversations on the internet through original and unfiltered takes.

Job Description:

You will work on a small cross-functional team to grow the data warehouse to streamline what content, products, and features are developed based on what Barstool users want. You always strive to understand and advocate for our fans. You are enthusiastic about reaching truth through data and testing. You are a resourceful and creative problem solving partner. 

  • Own the data warehouse
  • Consume APIs from a multitude of sources to generate content for our platform
  • Perform analysis on captured data to communicate actionable insights to our team
  • Build automated reports for various content platforms
  • Execute on new feature and data functionalities needed to create business insights

  • Well rounded experience with database design and development; we use both RDBM and AWS EC2/Redshift for storage
  • Strong data visualization sensibility
  • Experience using tools like Looker or Tableau
  • Experience working with ETL and comfort with transforming data and normalizing it
  • Strong Python knowledge
  • Experience wearing many hats and working for a scrappy startup

Non-technical skills
  • Comfortable with autonomy
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Self-Starter
  • Thrive under pressure
  • Humble and enjoys building things

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