€80000 - €100000 per annum|
NB: For this position we are only considering candidates already located inside of the Netherlands, and we cannot provide visa sponsorships or relocation services.
An international fin-tech player is looking to revolutionize the insurance market is searching for a Data Engineer to design and improve their big-data infrastructure in the AWS cloud.
You will be designing and implementing data pipelines and data models to improve the cloud infrastructure, delivering high quality code and focusing and improve existing data models ensuring a high quality and performance.
I'm looking for someone who:
- Has 5+ years' experience in building data pipelines with the use of S3, Lambda, Glue
- Is an expert in programming in Python, Java or Scala
- Strong experience with SQL/NoSQL
- Has attention to detail yet thrives in a fast-paced environment
- Is a good communicator, security-minded and a team player.
The benefits are on par with your responsibilities:
- Highly competitive salary of 80-100.000 annually
- 13th month salary
- 25 days annual leave and parental leave
- Great pension fund and insurance
- Travel allowance
- Agile / hybrid way of working
- Focus on health, wellbeing, inclusion and diversity
What are you waiting for? APPLY NOW!
You can also call me on 020 305 8540 or send an email at Andreea.Albu@darwinrecruitment.com
Darwin Recruitment is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.Andreea Albu
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