Sr. AWS Big Data Engineer - Brooklyn/Manhattan - 8 Months - 130/hr This opportunity will give you the chance to make an impact with your technical expertise and work with a growing team of forward-thinking, innovative colleagues. This is a thriving company, but also one that is positioned for exceptional growth in 2018 and beyond. The team is working with very large data sets and they are looking for a talented data engineer to drive forward their data and analytics strategy, and in turn the business as a whole. They are looking for an innovative Senior Data Engineer to maintain and architect the data systems and pipelines to support our efforts. The Senior Data Engineer would work alongside their existing Senior Data Engineer and use a variety of leading database technologies (AWS Redshift, MongoDB) and tools (AWS EC2, AWS S3, Python) to process and store their existing data. The role calls for expertise in managing AWS resources and maintaining and expanding their Python-based data ingestion pipelines. There is also the opportunity to architect new data stores for our ever-growing data needs, and so a creative, problem solving mindset is highly desirable.
Help maintain and enhance their robust data warehouse that houses data from partners, vendors and other data sources.
Manage and improve the data ingestion pipelines that service their data warehouse, which are currently built in Python.
Deploy and use AWS resources like Redshift and RDS clusters and EC2 instances to support their work, and manage the security around those resources through AWS Security Groups and VPCs
Collaborate with our Data Science team to help build out our data analytics automated pipeline in Python
Make recommendations and provide strategic support regarding ways to make data and database operations more efficient and effective
Experience managing large AWS database resources, either RDS, Redshift or DynamoDB, and the setup of VPCs and Security Groups to manage access to these resources
Excellent SQL skills, with experience in building and interpreting complex queries
Excellent Python programming skills, with a track record of well-designed and maintainable code.
Experience in database design and structure, with an emphasis on scalability
A strong desire to develop new and innovative ways to improve our data storage and processing.
Exposure to Big Data tools (Hadoop, Kafka, Spark, etc.)
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Associated topics: data manager, data quality, data warehouse, data warehousing, database, hbase, mongo database, mongo database administrator, sql, sybase
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