Data Engineer required by a genuine North West success story to join an established Data function that has developed exponentially over the years. Join the team as they embark on this exciting greenfield project to further drive the success of the business.
A North West success story who have gone from strength to strength over the last few years with year on year growth. They have built an excellent reputation for treating their staff well and providing first class customer service.
The team are focused on delivering projects the "right way" and are looking for people that enjoy being part of the wider community to join this delivery focused team - following Agile methodologies and keen to deploy software often with a DevOps focused approach.
Working within an exciting team you will enjoy building scalable data pipelines for the Data Lake. If you're keen to have some more input in terms of strategy and governance this is an awesome fit, your boss wants you to give your opinion and see them as a genuine peer in outlining this. The role will require you to automate existing data collection tasks so a good chance to really build it from the ground up.
You'll be a Senior or Experienced Data Engineer who is keen to contribute and become a key member of this team on day one.
You'll work closely with the Head of Engineering as well as the wider team so you will have to be comfortable explaining Data Engineering principles to colleagues who potentially don't have your experience so communication is king.
** Beam, Cloud Storage, Hadoop, Spark, Big Query and Redshift
** Kafka, Google Pub/Sub, AWS Kinesis, AWS SNS
** SQL Server, Postgre SQL
** Google Cloud, AWS, Azure
Benefits & Package:
Salary on offer for this one is circa £60,000
They also offer monthly R&D days to continue your personal and professional development
Private Health-care Plan, Life Assurance
Regular social events and a day off per year to volunteer at a charity of your choice
If it sounds good, give Greg a call on 0161 672 5419 and I'd be more than happy to shed a bit more light.