Big Data Engineer
Develop and maintain internal tools used by the department.
Designing, implementing and maintaining a business facing data warehouse that will support the company's commitment to analytics and a data-driven business philosophy.
Designing, implementing and maintaining batch, near-time and real-time data processing pipelines and analytical workflows.
Communicating with different teams regarding coding consistency and data availability.
ETL and data sync processes for cleaning and structuring data.
Extracting data from various 3rd party tools and APIs.
Write documentation for your scripts as well as for internal knowledge sharing.
Proactively make suggestions on how the team can leverage new technologies and architectures to improve the performance of their data platform.
Your heroic skills:
3+ years data engineering.
You have at least a Bachelor’s degree in a quantitative subject, e.g. computer science, physics, mathematics, economics, engineering.
Expert knowledge of SQL and NoSQL databases.
Good knowledge of Python (Scala is a bonus).
Good knowledge of Linux platforms and scripting capabilities (bash/zsh).
Experience with database administration.
Experience with data pipeline and workflow management tools: Airflow, Azkaban, Luigi, etc.
Good knowledge of AWS or Google Cloud big-data technologies (Athena, BigQuery).
Good English communication skills.
Creative problem solving abilities and an eye for detail.
Independent and rigorous working style.
You are a team player and love to think outside the box.
Experience with big data tools as Hadoop, Spark, Kafka would be a major bonus.
They offer you:
English is the working language, colleagues at this company come from every corner of the globe providing an incredibly diverse, international working atmosphere with cross-cultural teams.
A modern, recently refurbished office in the heart of Berlin.
They offer flexible working hours to fit around your personal or family life in case you have to drop off your kids at kita or perhaps you just want to come in to work a little later.
Great career opportunities following the company’s development career plan.
Moving can be stressful so to help you settle in they provide a relocation package including visa help, temporary accommodation and a budget to applicants from abroad.
The company’s building has several kitchens where you’ll find fresh fruit, cereals, juice/ drinks, tea, coffee, etc.
On nearly every floor you’ll find a kicker or table tennis (or a lounge, and even a nap room) for when you need to take a break.
Being a food-ordering company, in between playing and working hard, they provide a generous number of monthly vouchers to use for ordering food on their platforms when you get the munchies.
Sprichst du kein Deutsch? No worries, the company provide German classes for those expats who want to expedite their integration.
They know that experience at the office with interesting and diverse problems, colleagues and technologies isn’t the only way to learn, so their employees get an education budget to attend conferences or trainings locally or around Europe to satisfy their pursuit of knowledge.