Ready to make an impact?

If you want to see your data engineering prowess turned into action and results, consider joining IndeVets. The Business Data Engineer is positioned at the heart of our company as you will manage our proprietary shift management platform. Take your key insights and deep understanding of our business, operations, and data and translate them into new features and functionality of our scheduling platform and generate data modeling and flows and produce relevant business intelligence reporting. In partnership with our Product Manager, you will bridge the gap between internal staff and our third-party platform development firm to guide the systems and interface work.

You will be solely responsible for managing and documenting the data footprint across our scheduling, CRM, financial, and third-party platforms, and databases. In addition, you’ll help craft our Power BI tool for dashboard reporting and analytics.

You’re the right person for the position if you possess the following qualifications:

  • 4+ years of experience with SQL querying and schema design
  • Experience as a SQL developer
  • Experience implementing ETL flows
  • Experience with Power BI or other BI tools preferred
  • Experience with PostgreSQL a plus
  • Eager to contribute to a team-oriented environment
  • Able to work creatively and analytically in a problem-solving environment
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

Did we just describe you? Great! In addition to being a critical member of the team, you’ll earn competitive pay and the following benefits:

  • Medical Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Short-Term Disability Insurance
  • Long-Term Disability Insurance
  • Paid-Time Off
  • 401(k) contribution with 100% employer match up to the first 4% with no vesting period
  • Stock optionsplan available

Start seeing how your work translates into business results and submit your resume today!

ABOUT INDEVETS

IndeVets is a fast-paced, Philadelphia-based veterinarian staffing company that is disrupting the animal health services market by providing new solutions that allow doctors to take back control of their schedules and lives, while helping animal hospitals finally solve their staffing challenges.  In just our third year of business, we are growing by 100 percent per year.  IndeVets manages its business via a proprietary shift-management portal for our doctors and hospitals. Go to www.IndeVets.com to learn more about our fast-growing company!

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