Associate Data Engineer - 2022 

Boston, MA  

C Space is looking for an Associate Data Engineer with good working knowledge of SQL Server, Excel, database fundamentals, scripting language to create automation processes, data visualization techniques, and 1-3 years of experience. This is a full-time hybrid position based in our C Space headquarters in Boston, MA. 

Who You  Are 

You love technology. Self-taught or degree-bearing, you have a passion for data quality and creating automated processes and staying current with industry trends. You have 1-3 years of experience and you’re ready to work towards taking a larger ownership stake in a company’s systems and platforms. You are looking for a role where you’re growing your responsibilities as an engineer and as you grow your career: you want to build efficiencies/integrations, create beautiful dashboards while working with cross-functional teams across the business to join teams together and simplify data. Most importantly, you want to work in a collaborative environment where you can grow without pulling late nights and working weekends.   

What You’ll Do 

Your average day at C Space might consist of building automations/dashboards, new integrations, working with cross-functional teams to create efficiencies and simpler, better ways of working with company data. This is a role where your voice and opinion will matter: if you have an idea, we want to hear it – help us improve our processes and how we work with data!  

About the Business Operations Team 

Our business operations team is critical to the successful operation of C Space. This team ensures continuity of data from source to display for many business-critical systems. This includes business logic and translation to ensure an excellent user experience. The team also handles special projects providing unique deliverables aligned with important business outcomes.  

About the Role 

  • Act as a partner across the data team to support ongoing data quality and reporting 
  • Partner with data scientists and engineers to develop reliable and consistent data products for end-users 
  • Take pride in reliability and up-time of data feeds 
  • Manage company-wide Business Intelligence reporting (dashboarding, ad-hoc reporting)  
  • Develop and maintain data pipelines 
  • Identify and implement process improvements across all pipelines 
  • Administer databases and/or data management systems that allow for the secure storage, query, protection, and utilization of data 
  • Comfortable troubleshooting complex problems 

Desired Skills and Qualifications 

  • 1-3 years of related experience  
  • SQL (understand sub-queries, various join types, query efficiency, etc.) 
  • Excel (Advanced) 
  • Database fundamentals (keys, UID, caching strategies, etc.) 
  • PowerShell/Python or equivalent scripting language (think process automation) 
  • Data Visualization (Graphing, dashboarding, dynamic filtering, etc.) 
  • Tableau/Periscope BI/Looker or equivalent 
  • Familiarity with SFTP’s and data transfer processes 

We are focused on building a diverse and inclusive business and we welcome applications from people from diverse backgrounds, abilities, and walks of life – talented, creative people with their own voice, ideas and perspectives. So if you think you have the right skills and mindset for this position, whether through education, work or life experience, please apply.

In 2021, C Space has won awards for Best Career Growth and Best CEOs for Women by Comparably. Comparably Awards are provided yearly to top performing company cultures based on real feedback from our employees.

 

Comparably Award  Comparably Award 2

 

About C Space

Our clients call us their customer agency.

We create rapid insight and business change, putting customers at the heart of companies and solving problems from the customer’s perspective. We keep our clients relevant by building real, ongoing relationships with customers that in turn help them deliver superior experiences, launch successful products and build loyalty. Our customized approaches are tailored to specific business needs and include online insight communities, immersive storytelling, data and analytics, activation events, innovation projects and business consulting. We do this for many of the world’s best-known brands – like Bose, Walmart, Jaguar Land Rover, Mars, Samsung, IKEA and more – to create “Customer Inspired Growth”.

We are passionate about our people and proud of our culture. We co-created a set of values to ensure that we are delivering fantastic work, continuing to learn and developing and building a high-performance culture which creates opportunities for those who work here:

  • I’ve got this: taking the initiative; doing what we say we will
  • Only accept awesome: taking pride in your work; creating value for our clients and company
  • Show the love: being kind to others; taking care of yourself too
  • Do what scares you: challenging ourselves, taking risks and embracing opportunities for personal growth
  • Tell it like it is: caring enough about people and the work to provide meaningful feedback; speaking up when you have a different perspective
  • Open up and listen: embracing feedback from others; working hard to understand different points of view
  • Find what fascinates: being relentlessly curious; having a learning mindset
  • We before me: remembering we succeed or fail as a team
  • Leave your mark: driving results through your work; shaping our culture

C Space is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment at C Space without regard to race; creed; color; religion; national origin; sex; age; disability; sexual orientation; gender identity or expression; genetic predisposition or carrier status; veteran, marital, or citizenship status; or any other status protected by law.

C Space is a part of the Brand Consulting Group, a division of Omnicom Group Inc. We are headquartered in Boston, with offices in London, New York and San Francisco.  To learn more, visit www.cspace.com or follow us on Twitter @CSpaceGlobal and Instagram @c_spaceglobal.

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