Who we are:

Grabango is the leading provider of checkout-free shopper technology for existing stores. Founded by Will Glaser (former founder & CTO of Pandora Media), the Grabango team has developed the only enterprise class solution for large store chains in the market today.
 
Grabango has raised over $75 million in funding since 2017, with $39 million in Series B announced in June 2021. The round was led by Commerce Ventures with participation from Founders Fund, Unilever Ventures, Honeywell Ventures, Rich Products Ventures, and WIND Ventures. Grabango has signed five retail partners, each over $1 billion in revenue, including a global top-10 grocer and a Fortune-25 multinational. Several multi-store deployments are underway. The company has filed 40 patents, and the earliest ones that predate most prior art in the category have already been awarded.
 
We’re a growing group of curious, self-directed people working towards a common goal. We delight in taking risks and testing hypotheses in a collaborative environment. Our ability to celebrate both our successes and failures as milestones of progress opens the door to tremendous breakthroughs.
 

About The Role

Grabango is looking for a Data Engineer to join our growing team of analytics experts. The hire will join a small team responsible for expanding and optimizing our data pipeline architecture and managing our data warehouse, as well as optimizing data accessibility for cross functional teams. The ideal candidate is an experienced data pipeline builder and data wrangler who enjoys optimizing data systems and building them from the ground up. The Data Engineer will support our software developers, database architects, data analysts, and data scientists on data initiatives and will ensure optimal data delivery architecture is consistent throughout ongoing projects. They must be self-directed and comfortable supporting the data needs of multiple teams, systems and products. The right candidate will be excited by the prospect of optimizing or even re-designing our company’s data architecture to support our next generation of products and data initiatives.

This full-time role reports to the Platform Integrations Manager and is based in Berkeley.

What You’ll be Doing:

  • Create and maintain ETL pipelines that can robustly ingest, transform, and store both external customer data and internally generated data
  • Build out our data warehouse and own the data flow of external data into our system, and between production databases and our data warehouse
  • Collaborate with computer vision and machine learning teams to create data pipelines for iteration of cutting edge computer vision models
  • Implement best practices to ensure data quality and integrity in our pipelines

What  You Should Have:

  • 4-7 years of experience as a data engineer
  • Excellent SQL and Python skills
  • Experience with both SQL and NoSQL databases, such as Cassandra and MongoDB
  • Experience with data pipelining tools such as dbt, airflow, luigi or Dagster
  • Comfort working within systems running Kubernetes, Docker, Linux, Git
  • Strong communication skills to collaborate with cross-functional stakeholders
  • You can rapidly become familiar with and apply new tools and technologies

Education & Certifications:

  • BS in Computer Science, Engineering, or related field
 
 
 
Grabango Values:
Integrity: Do the right thing, particularly when you don’t have to.
Bold Innovation: Think recklessly, but temper your actions with pragmatism.
People Matter: Hire the best, and treasure them.
Don’t Live with Broken: Have the courage to admit mistakes, and the urgency to correct them.
Customer Focus: Deliver beyond expectations, both internally and externally.
Inclusion: Foster an environment that welcomes all.
Simplify: Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.
 
 
Grabango is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and is committed to developing a workplace where diversity and inclusion are an essential part of who we are.  We strive to hire and support a workforce as diverse as our shopper base, so we can develop products and services that best suit our customers.  We do not make employment decisions based on race, color, religion, ethnic or national origin, nationality, sex, gender, gender-identity, sexual orientation, disability, age, military or veteran status and we comply with all local, state and federal employment laws.    
 
Grabango participates in the E-Verify Program, an internet-based system operated by the Department of Homeland Security and the Social Security Administration. It allows employers to confirm an individual’s employment eligibility to work in the United States.

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