About Us
We are a full stack data science company and a wholly owned subsidiary of The Kroger Company.  We own 10 Petabytes of data, and collect 35+ Terabytes of new data each week sourced from 62 Million households.  As a member of our engineering team you will use various cutting-edge technologies to develop applications that turn our data into actionable insights used to personalize the customer experience for shoppers at Kroger. We use agile development methodology, bringing everyone into the planning process to build scalable enterprise applications.

What you’ll do

Take ownership of features and drive them to completion through all phases of the SDLC.  Activities include:

  • Participate in design of and development of a proprietary BI application related to customer insights and purchasing patterns
  • Meet with internal clients, business analysts, testers, UX (user experience) designers and data developers to drive design and issues to resolution
  • Perform ad-hoc analysis on data using complex SQL queries to solve all application and reporting issues/questions
  • Perform unit and integration testing and conduct code walkthroughs and reviews
  • Conduct the estimation process for new work and releases.

Requirements:
Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Management Information Systems, Mathematics, Business Analytics or another STEM degree.

2+ years experience and proven ability in the following areas:

  • Creating BI applications using at least one of the following products: MicroStrategy Developer, Tableau, Cognos or Business Objects
  • Creating Data Semantic Layers to map physical data models to logical views using BI tools
  • Performing data mining and data analysis to create interactive graphics and data visualizations within BI tools
  • Building data visualization frameworks with user experience (UX) in mind leveraging knowledge of BI application interfaces
  • Analyzing current data structures and recommending changes to improve the data model to enable efficient data capture for analysis purposes.
  • Ability to interpret and write complex SQL queries
  • Exposure to VCS (Git, SVN)
  • Strong understanding of Agile Principles (Scrum)

Preferred Skills – Experience in the following

  • Exposure to Hadoop (HDFS)
  • Proficient with relational data modeling
  • Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery
  • Experience with various sources of market research shopper data, such as consumer indicators and trends.

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