- years of professional experience
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Experience building tools as part of a high-quality data system
- Working knowledge of Sqoop, Hive, Impala, and HDFS.
- Fluency with at least one dialect of SQL (MySQL and Hive preferred)
- Ability to develop software, whether scripts for shuffling data around, batch tasks, or stream processing units.
- Level of English Upper-Intermediate
The important soft-skills: active listening and verifying a shared understanding of the problem, asking clarifying questions, and providing explanations for decisions (technical/etc).
As a plus
- Streaming platform experience, typically based around Kafka / Spark, Storm, Beam/ - Strong understanding of AWS data platform services and their strengths/weaknesses
- Scala/spark some ruby some python
- Competitive compensation according to your skills
- working week, working day, flexible schedule
- Democratic management style & friendly environment
- WFH option (Possibility to work from home)
- Annual Paid vacation - 15 b/days + unpaid vacation
- Paid sick leaves - 6 b/days per year
- Ukrainian official holidays
- Corporate Perks (external training, English courses, corporate events/team buildings)
- Cozy office in the center of the city
- Coffee, cookies and other goodies
- Professional and personal growth
Data quality and integrity are two areas of focus for your work in our existing, organically-grown data infrastructure. You would be responsible for building tools and technology to ensure that downstream customers can trust the data they're consuming. Depending on the project, this might involve collaboration with the Data Science and Content Engineering teams to repartition or optimize business-critical Hive tables, or working with Core Platform to implement better processing jobs for scaling our consumption of streaming data sets. Almost everything you would be working on would be to increase the "customer satisfaction" for internal customers of Scribd data.
The project with Ruby on Rails main tech stack, changing the way of reading in the world. A product gives users/customers access to the world's largest online library of books, audiobooks, sheet music, news, and magazines.
The team is responsible for keeping the product, responsive, and secure. All duties include configuration management with Chef, coordinating Kubernetes, big-data cluster wrangling with Hadoop, mitigating the logo-branded vulnerability du jour, wearing a DBA hat to the InnoDB rodeo, bomb-proofing the mad science lab that is our codebase and, very occasionally, sweeping up the pieces when everything blows up (the team doesn't let that last happen often).
The team works on almost every part of our application stack, from the servers and storage through the databases and caches to the application itself. Members of the team write the code ourselves, and developers also come to us for technical guidance. You'll not simply operate the systems, but be part of the system-building process from the start.
KitRUM is a one-stop custom software development company headquartered in sunny Florida with development centers in Ukraine and Poland.
With a pool of 300+ top-notch engineering resources, we help CxOs of startups and fast-growing tech companies in the US, EU and Australia to custom build software engineering teams packed with top-tier talent.
We realize that one of the most crucial things for developers - adequate client and fascinating project. So we qualify our clients to make sure that they:
have an idea that they believe will make the world a better place;
think long-term and looking for a trusted-tech partner;
want to rely on and avoid micromanaging;
are not f$%$ing jackasses :-)
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