Big Data Engineer (m/f)
ThoughtWorks Germany is looking for talented engineers passionate about building large scale data processing systems to help manage the ever-growing information needs of our clients.
We're seeking passionate technologists, regardless of background to work with us.
As a Big Data Engineer, here’s what you can do at ThoughtWorks:
- Work closely with data scientists when creating impactful insights from complex data
- Design appropriate techniques for operationalising analytical models
- Design and implement effective data processing architectures
- Work collaboratively with software developers and visualisation experts to deliver high quality custom solutions and powerful user experiences
Here’s what you’ll bring:
- You take pride in readable, well-designed, well-tested software
- experience building and deploying large scale data processing pipelines in a production environment
- hands-on experience working on HDFS, Java MapReduce, Hive, Apache Spark, Oozie etc.
- hands-on experience working on YARN, Mesos, MPP Databases, SQL-on-Hadoop solutions like Impala etc.
- strong communication and client-facing skills
- Desire to contribute to the wider technical community through collaboration, coaching, and mentoring of other technologists
- German language skills would be desirable
What are you waiting for?
So, can you see yourself as a Big Data Engineer at ThoughtWorks? Then tell us who you are and let us know why you want to join by submitting your CV today!
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