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Simon Tunmore

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Data Engineer

Manchester, UK

£50,000 - £75,000 per annum

GBP

Published

11-Jan-21

Type

Permanent

Ref No

BBBH13836

Contact

Simon Tunmore

Telephone

0203 206 1902

Data Engineer - Manchester - £50,000 - £75,000 (with additional bonus)

Our client, one of the leading tech consultancies in the UK is looking for a new Data Engineer to join their team.

This award-winning consultancy works with some of the most recognised names in UK business across retail, health, energy and finance, to provide world-class data solutions. Now, as they continue to find success and growth even during CV19, they are looking to expand their data teams with a technically-excellent and business-minded Data Engineer. In particular, they are looking for strong Data Engineering foundations, in additions to newer technologies such as Python, Spark or Kafka, and an exposure to cloud.

So, if you're looking for a Data Engineer role within a forward-thinking, ambitious industry leader, we need to see experience in several (but not necessarily all) of these areas:

  • Python coding/scripting for ETL
  • AWS or Azure data services exposure
  • Spark/Databricks for real-time data processing
  • Kafka and/or experience of events-driven architecture
  • Experience of the Hadoop ecosystem

A successful candidate may also have:

  • Experience within AGILE teams
  • Previous experience within consultancy

*Unfortunately, sponsorship cannot be offered for this role.

So, if this sounds like the Data Engineer role for you, then don't hesitate to get in touch!

Key Skills: Data Engineering, Data Engineer, SQL, Python, Spark, Kafka, Databricks, AWS, Azure, GCP, ETL, Data Warehouse, Warehousing

Either click apply of send any questions to danb@burnssheehan.co.uk

Burns Sheehan Ltd will consider applications based only on skills and ability and will not discriminate on any grounds.

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