Build from ground up to migrate the current architecture to cloud using modern technologies and best practices. Create and maintain optimal data pipelines, architecture and workloads.
Conduct technical audits of Infrastructure, Performance, Security, Scalability and more. Document best practices and recommendations.
Identify, design, and implement internal process improvements for optimizing data delivery and evolving business needs.
Work with stakeholders and teams to assist with data-related technical issues and support their data warehouse needs.
Stay abreast of new technologies and best practices.
7+ years of experience building end-to-end scalable enterprise data warehouse solutions with solid knowledge of data architectures, modeling and pipelines.
Expertise with data transformation, data structures, metadata, dependency and workload management.
Expertise with relational SQL and NoSQL databases, like Postgres, SQL Server and cloud solutions like Snowflake/AWS/Azure/GCP.
Expertise with data pipeline and workflow management tools like: SSIS, Airflow, Spark, Flink, kafka, Beam etc.
Expertise in writing, understanding and tuning PL/SQL and/or T-SQL.
Experience with object-oriented/object function scripting languages like: Python, Java, C++, Scala, etc.
Experience supporting and working with cross-functional teams in a dynamic environment with strong project management and organizational skills.
Drive modern data engineering culture at the firm
BS/BA degree in Computer Science, Engineering or related fields or equivalent experience.
Experience and knowledge with various Business Intelligence reporting tools (Power BI, Looker, Tableau)
Prior experience working as/with Machine Learning Engineers or Data Scientists.
Knowledge of Data Governance and Data Stewardship principles and processes.
Knowledge and experience with Data Quality concepts and tools.
Experience Architecting Big Data platforms using Apache Hadoop, Cloudera.
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