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Senior Data Engineer

  • Goodwin Recruiting
  • Seattle, WA
  • Full Time

Premise is a worldwide network and predictive analytics platform bringing visibility to the world’s hardest-to-see places. We enable global decision-makers to move faster and make smarter decisions by employing local, on-the-ground contributors to observe and collect real-time data. Our current clients include The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and The United States Department of State (DOS). We are looking for passionate, driven, team-first senior data engineers to join our growing data engineering team.

Premise looks for engineers who are passionate technologists with a hunger for learning. You will take highly complex problems, design solutions and build simple, secure, lightweight systems and services with an eye toward future scalability. You are a champion of agile development processes, continually seeking to improve yourself and your team.

What you get to do:

  • Create innovative on-demand and subscription data products using information collected by Premise’s worldwide network of contributors
  • Collaborate with data scientists to productize algorithmic prototypes for statistical analysis and machine learning for prediction and clustering
  • Implement data pipelines for data transformation and integration (streaming and batch)
  • Develop and improve the current data architecture with an emphasis on data quality, improved monitoring, and high availability
  • Analyze trade-offs involving latency, throughput, and transactions for distributed systems
  • Champion data governance, security, privacy, quality and retention policies

Your background likely includes:

  • Expertise designing, building and maintaining databases (object, columnar, in-memory, relational)
  • Proven track record of successful communication of data infrastructure, data models, and data engineering solutions
  • Advanced SQL skills and proficiency in Python
  • Experience with relational data stores (e.g. BigQuery, Postgres, MySQL) as well as one or more NoSQL data stores (e.g. DataStore, Mongo, Cassandra)
  • Prior experience in data warehouse modernization building complete data warehouse solutions, star/snowflake schema designs, infrastructure components, ETL/ELT pipelines, and reporting/analytic tools
  • Experience building production-grade data backup/restore, and disaster recovery solutions
  • Hands-on experience with batch and streaming data (e.g. Apache Airflow, Cloud Dataflow, Spark, Cloud Pub/Sub)

The following traits probably describe you:

  • Obsessed with improving the customer experience, strong sense of ownership, and focused on delivering results
  • Passion for learning and sharing knowledge with the team around you

Bonus Points:

  • Knowledge of geospatial processing with PostgreSQL and PostGIS
  • Experience using ArcGIS or other similar GIS systems

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