Your Responsibilities:

As a Senior Data Engineer at John Deere ISG, you will develop & support high-quality data products by harmonizing data into suitable formats in data lake.  As an expert in designing data products for analytics, you will curate datasets for generating actionable insights to grow sales, personalize the customer experience, and make better & faster decisions.

 

In addition, you will: 

  • Collaborate with a team of analytics professionals to design, build, and continuously improve business intelligence and analytics products
  • Analyze and organize raw data, both structured and unstructured, and determine feasibility for inclusion in models
  • Design data pipelines to operate with cloud provider services
  • Build data pipelines to support research & development and partner with MLOps Engineers to productionize data pipelines as appropriate
  • Identify opportunities to acquire and integrate new data
  • Write and support code in a variety of languages, including but not limited to Python, Scala, and SQL
  • Support processes to load data at scale

 

What Skills You Need

  • 5 or more years of advanced technical experience designing and building data products
  • Demonstrated mastery of Spark and SQL
  • Ability to craft solutions to complex problems leveraging data and analytics tools
  • Extensive Experience with Continuous Integration (CI), and Continuous Deployment (CD)
  • Experience training and mentoring other developers in growing their skills
  • Excellent communication skills (written, verbal, comprehension, and presentation)

 

What Makes You Stand Out

  • AWS Certification or over 3 years of equivalent AWS experience
  • Understanding of Agriculture Domain or experience in Precision Ag technologies
  • Competency with data visualization and communications with business users
  • Experience in Scala, Databricks, Delta Lake, Jenkins, Linux/Unix shell scripting, and/or Git
  • Extensive experience working with a team using agile practices
  • Work experience in data science or a related field

 

Education

Ideally, you will have a degree or equivalent related work experience in the following:

Bachelor’s and/or master’s degree in degree in Computer Science or equivalent proven experience

 

Working at Deere

At John Deere, you are empowered to build the career of your dreams. Here, you'll enjoy the freedom to explore new projects, the support to solve problems creatively, and the sophisticated tools and technology that cultivate innovation and achievement. We offer comprehensive relocation and reward packages to help you get started on your new career path. Click here to find out more about our Total Rewards Package.

The information contained herein is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and qualifications required of individuals performing the job. The qualifications detailed in this job description are not considered the minimum requirements necessary to perform the job, but rather as guidelines.

John Deere is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to, among other things, race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, status as a protected veteran, or status as a qualified individual with disability.

 

 

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