Python Developer (with Snowflake) at Lingaro

Posted 6 months ago
Application deadline closed.

Job Description

Python Developer (with Snowflake)


• Being member of Data Lakes and Data Warehouses team (Big Data area)
• Acting as an independent Snowflake expert & developer on BigData/Data Lakes projects
• Communication with business clients during entire project (from gather requirements to delivery phase
• Supporting or Implementing data ingestion pipelines from multiple sources using ETL Tools
• Integrating the end to end data pipeline to take data from source systems to target data repositories ensuring the quality and consistency of data

• At least 3+ year hands-on experience as independent Snowflake developer
• Experience in building ETL / data warehouse transformation processes
• Knowledge and hands-on experience in Python
• Knowledge and hands-on experience in Azure Cloud (Azure Data Factory, Apache Spark [preferably Databricks], Azure Synapse)
• Background in Business Intelligence, Data Lakes, Data Warehouses and ETL processing is appreciated advantage
• Experience working both independently and in a… team-oriented, collaborative, cross-functional and cross-cultural environment.
• Strong ability to adapt to challenging problems in a fast-paced world and a desire to work as part of a geographically dispersed team.
• Proactive and independent personality with ability to manage multiple tasks with attention to details
• Curiosity, courage, open mind and can-do attitude to challenge the status quo
• Strong communication skills and team cooperation
• Fluent written and spoken English

• Innovative and challenging projects,
• Freedom of action in the field entrusted,
• Contributing to the rapidly expanding company,
• International work environment standards,
• Working for prestigious Fortune Global 500 brands,
• Selection of forms of cooperation and benefits,
• Flexible working hours,
• Remote work,
• Friendly, non-corporate atmosphere.
• The #2 Best IT Workplace in Poland according to the 2019 and 2020 AudIT survey by Computerworld