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From analyst to engineers, from marketing to client services experts, we're hiring to support your growth and ours – Together We Rise.

Data Engineer

Coinme is hiring a Data Engineer to support our growing Data & Analytics team. As a Data Engineer, your main responsibility is to remain a step ahead of your fellow Data Scientists and Analysts. You will support them by providing tools and infrastructure needed to deliver deployable solutions to business problems. This is more than just building and maintaining ETL pipelines, this is about using your creativity and skillset to enable the team to drive best in class analytic solutions.

What You'll Be Working On:

  • Design, develop, and maintain data architecture and pipelines
  • Develop and deliver scalable unit-tested data assets and products that empowers analysts and drives business workflows
  • Evaluate and continuously improve existing data products and solutions
  • Work with engineers and product managers to analyze edge cases and plan for architectural scalability
  • Manage the deployment of multiple data solutions such as business dashboards and machine learning models
  • Be a staunch advocate for best in class data development and design
  • Participate in code reviews with meaningful comments
  • Participate in the team’s Agile process
  • Be a collaborative, helpful, and curious team member

What We're Looking For:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Computer Science or related field
  • 3 Years of experience with ETL, SQL, PowerBI, Tableau, or similar technologies
  • Understanding of data warehousing technologies and event driven architectures
  • Experience or desire to work in a fast-paced Agile development environment
  • Ability to work autonomously while interacting with multiple business teams and stakeholders
  • Experience delivering solutions on Snowflake
  • Hands-on experience with Python/R

Not Required, But Nice to Have:

  • Experience with Java or other backend technologies
  • Experience in fintech is a strong plus
  • Passion for cryptocurrency and blockchain technology
Why You’ll Want to Work Here:
  • 100% Coinme-paid health insurance options for employees and dependents
  • 401k or RRSP with up to 4% vested match
  • 160 hours of PTO
  • Stock Options
  • 8 weeks Paid Parental Leave
  • 16 Paid Volunteer Hours
  • 100% covered Employee Assistance Program
  • Professional development reimbursement
  • Paid Volunteer Hours
  • Diverse offering of supplemental insurances
  • 100% Remote Optional
If this sounds exciting, we'd love to hear from you! Not sure if you're a perfect fit? Reach out anyway. We're looking for awesome individuals, not people who perfectly match a job posting.
 
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