Job descriptionData Engineer Employed-Owned Business Location Remote Type Permanent Salary Up to £65,000 Support the creation of an impactful data platform, shaping the future of the business. Work with a mix of advanced technologies in a hybrid data estate. Work remotely with an employee-owned company that encourages continuous learning with substantial training time and support for skill enhancement. A wonderful opportunity for a Data Engineer to join an industry-leading company that’s committed to making a difference. This role is perfect for those who want to make their mark in a well-established yet forward-thinking business. This employee-owned company is passionate about its work and offers an array of unique benefits. They believe in co-ownership, promoting work-life balance and giving back to their team members. Their goal is to provide the best service to our customers and improve their lives through their product offering. In this role, you will be vital to that mission, building the data foundation for their new customer platform, and enabling data-driven decisions across the organisation. What you’ll be doing As a Data Engineer, you’ll be a part of a driven and innovative engineering team. Your primary responsibility will be to help build and develop the new customer platform. You will work with a mix of software and data engineers, using Python, SQL and other tools, to construct and manage data pipelines. You will play a crucial role in getting data to the customer service teams, enabling them to serve their clients better. You’ll be at the forefront of defining a vision for their data estate, which is currently hybrid on-prem and Cloud, view a view to move to a data lakehouse architecture in the future. Your skills and expertise will contribute to debugging, defect correction, testing, and maintaining the highest quality throughout the development process. What experience you’ll need to apply Strong experience working with Python and SQL Experience working with ETL pipelines for analytical datasets. Excellent problem-solving skills and effective communication with both technical and non-technical stakeholders. Experience with Cloud technologies is preferred but not essential, training can be provided. Experience working with Data Warehouses and Data Lake technologies is a plus. What you’ll get in return for your experience As part of our team, you will enjoy a competitive salary of up to £65,000 and an array of unique benefits that truly set them apart. This role is offered remote, with the expectation to go in to the office 1 day p/quarter and comes with an annual profit share, a robust company pension scheme, along with some one-of-a-kind perks like discounted meals and produce. They support flexible working arrangements to promote a healthy work-life balance. They are committed to personal and professional development, offering mentorship and learning opportunities to fuel your growth too. What’s next? Are you eager to be a part of a company that values you not just as an employee, but as a co-owner? Are you ready to contribute to a mission that makes a tangible difference? Don’t wait – apply today to take your career to new heights!
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