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  • Experience building scalable REST APIs using Python or similar technologies.
  • Strong programming and architectural experience, ideally in Python, Java and SQL.
Talent Crew
£80,000 - £95,000 a year
  • A skilled Python Data Engineer.
  • You are experienced in building complex ETL pipelines using Python.
  • You’ll be using multiple services from the AWS stack, Python…
  • 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,…
  • Software development experience with Cloudera’s distribution of Apache Hadoop and with Python.
  • Job title: Lead Data Engineer.
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£75,000 - £100,000 a year
  • Experience with either Scala, Python or Java.
  • Programme perfectly in Java, Scala or Python and go on to implement this in cloud technologies e.g. AWS.
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  • You’ll lead a team of Data & Analytics Engineers and work closely with our Director of Data to help shape our data architecture and self-serve analytics…
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…
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  • AWS, GCP, Kubernetes, Talend, Airflow, Kafka, BigQuery, Postgres, Python and more...
  • Utility Warehouse is seeking a Data Engineer who will play a key role in…

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