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  • Have a good understanding and experience with the Hadoop big data appliance and a broad range of associated technologies, such as Python, R, Spark, HIVE, Scala,…
£85,000 a year
  • Lead Data Engineer/ London/ Consultancy/ Spark/ Python/ AWS.
  • Lead Data Engineer/ London/ Consultancy/ Spark/ Python/ AWS.
  • AWS, Spark, Kafka, Hadoop etc…..
  • Software development experience with Cloudera’s distribution of Apache Hadoop and with Python.
  • Our people love the exciting and meaningful work they do, the…
£60,000 - £75,000 a year
  • Proven ability to build solutions in Python and Spark.
  • Build test and refine data pipelines using Python and Spark.
  • ETL development in AWS or Snowflake.
NP Group
£70,000 - £75,000 a year
  • Experienced in Python ( 4 years +).
  • You'd also be making decisions around scaling or rebuilding our Data Warehouse, optimizing processes and migrating from…
Metrica Recruitment
£55,000 - £70,000 a year
  • Experience working with Data Lakes, SQL, Python, and ETL pipelines.
  • Expect to be working with a broad range of tech skills such as U-SQL, Azure, and Python, as…
  • Data integration/processing technologies e.g. Glue, Lambda, EMR, Spark, Python, Athena, etc.
  • As part of our specialised Data offering were looking for a Lead…
  • Leading Data-Driven Organisation | Cloud Platform Environment | Fantastic Work Environment | Share Options.
  • We are currently partnered with a start-up finance…
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