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21st Aug

Data Engineer (Junior/Mid-level)

— FinTech

Location:
Portsmouth
Type:
Salary:
Up to £40k
  • Join a global technology firm. 
  • Real-time Big Data platforms.
  • Remote working, small team, progression opportunities.

This client requires a Data Engineer to bolster it's data capabilities by supporting the development and integration of various products.

What you'll be doing

As a Data Engineer, you will support the development of several applications requiring you to work with a combination of serverless technologies.

This role requires a range of data engineering activities including; prototyping, ETL pipelines, API integration, process automation and more. 

What experience you'll need to apply

  • Minimum of 2 years' experience in data engineering
  • Scala or Java development experience essential
  • Experience with data streams e.g Kafka, Kinesis, MQs essential
  • Experience with Big Data systems e.g Spark, Hadoop or similar
  • High-performing graduates with evidence of personal projects outside of academia considered

What you'll get in return for your experience

A base salary of up to £40,000 DOE plus bonus and benefits.

What's next?

Please get in touch with Scott with an up to date CV today. 

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