Job: #2459 Do you want the opportunity to work with an innovative company that values collaboration? Do you want to work with massive amounts of data? If you answered yes to these questions, then read on….. The amount of data available has exploded in recent years and our client is looking for a seasoned developer that can build systems that help create services and pipelines to deliver those insights, but also to help define new insights by analyzing patterns, distributions as well as find new ways to use that data effectively. The tech stack in mainly using Java within AWS with either leveraging Spark or our own service pipeline with Kafka to move data around.
This is a full-time/direct hire role located on the Eastside. The role will be remote initially, with lots of flexibility. Our client is more focused on productivity rather than people punching in 9-5. So work the schedule that is most fitting form you and from the environment that fits you best! This company is also Ranked as one of the top places to work in the Seattle area for multiple years and offers some of the best benefits and perks we’ve seen.
- Develop Java, primarily, and Scala services within off-line and on-line production pipelines that calculates the core data used across company
- Utilize AWS services such as S3, Athena, Aurora, EMR, Postgres, Redis, ECS, ECR, Fargate, EC2 and other managed services as well as open source frameworks and tools such as Kafka and Zabbix
- Automate and run processes, build and design new processes and pipelines
- Deal with heterogenous data from multiple data providers
- Analyze data for investigations, validation, optimizations, and new product opportunities
- Visualize data which tells a story. Communicate complicated details in a way that helps build decisions and understanding
- Make suggestions on and implement improvements in how we build products, systems, and customer deliverables.
- An experienced developer with at least 3 years of production coding exp.
- A curious mindset is required; curious about why and how things work
- An eye for patterns, anomalies, connections that can tease out salient information from massive amounts of data
- Have experience with graphing, visualizing, and using other mechanism to communicate