Senior Data Engineer – AdTech

Data

This client is a data driven travel advertising platform, with a platform that connects the leading performance-oriented advertisers with the biggest network of publishers, reaching millions of travellers. To join the team in Berlin, they are looking for a Senior Data Engineer. Please contact Kirsty for more information! 🙂

Responsibilities: 
1. Be part of the team responsible for the design, development, and maintenance of the data processing streaming pipelines in Google Cloud Dataflow developed using Spark
2. Use industry proven tools such as Git, and practices such as CI/CD in an Agile setup
3. Work closely with data scientists and data analysts, providing them with access to the data and support they need to analyse, train, and deploy machine learning models
4. Join a cross functional team
5. Own the full development and operations cycle of a product, whilst helping to ensure the systems run correctly and efficiently

Requirements:
1. Have practical experience with one or more distributed data processing frameworks such as Spark, Apache Beam, Flink, Storm, or similar
2. Understand the theory behind different database technologies and data storage practices enough to make informed choices and match appropriate technologies to a given use case
3. Love Scala- either as a Scala developer of Python/Java developer willing to self-learn a new language
4. Experience using a pub/sub or message queue technology such as Kafka
5. Fluent in English, with good communication skills
6. Care for software best practices and are dedicated to ensure quality via testing, benchmarking, and peer reviews
7. Keen to understand the business logic of the company
8. Work well in a team

Benefits:
1. Work in a highly motivated environment with equal opportunities and flat hierarchies
2. Freedom to contribute your own ideas and implement them
3. A fast paced industry where you will handle new problems every day
4. An opportunity to drive business growth and have an impact on the business
5. Great work/life balance in an open and dynamic start up culture

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