MORSE is looking for a Data Engineer to work with our multidisciplinary team of scientists, engineers, and software developers on a variety of programs related to machine learning and artificial intelligence. You will be expected to rapidly define, develop, implement, and exercise ETL pipelines for complex systems that use data to help produce actionable insights in operational systems. This role will be based in the DC-area and have the opportunity to interact and work closely with customers.

 

Skills and Requirements

 

A successful candidate will be working with data scientists, software engineers, and data providers to maintain data and transforms on that data. The candidate will be creating and maintaining novel pipelines for on premises hardware, externally hosted hardware, cloud-computing systems. The pipelines include data primarily from computer vision systems and human generated label data. All data and pipelines are used for machine learning and artificial intelligence. As this is a hybrid position with time sitting at a customer site, the candidate will need to be a self-starter with strong communication skills.

 

  • Active Top Secret (TS) Clearance with SCI eligibility is required and willingness to do a CI Poly 

  • BS, MS, or PhD in computer science, database management, data engineering, or equivalent

  • At least 5 years of experience as a data engineer

  • Proficiency in Python

  • Proficiency in Spark or PySpark

  • Experience with Docker

  • Experience with cloud computing, especially AWS

  • Experience with software engineering best practices such as testable code, version control systems, code reviews and CI/CD

 

Desired Skills:

 

  • Familiarity with the latest data engineering trends

  • Experience with Docker-compose

  • Experience with Microservices

  • Proficiency in one or more programming languages

  • Demonstrated experience with large data sets in one or more of the following areas: parsing, cleaning, storage strategies, provenance tracking, database formats, and parallelized data transformations

 

MORSE is an innovative, employee-owned, tech company located in Kendall Square in Cambridge, MA specializing in solving multi-disciplinary problems faced by the US National Security Ecosystem. Our specially selected team of engineers, software developers and scientists develop algorithms, software integrated prototypes and solutions for Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Manned and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, Mission Planning, and Situational Awareness.

The team at MORSE takes pride in being the smart team that is easy to work with. We focus on steady, long-term success while maintaining a collaborative, enjoyable work experience for its employees. Our team values work-life balance through flexibility and other programs, along with a comprehensible benefits package for employees and families. For more information, please visit www.morsecorp.com.

 

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