Come Build the Future of Investing

NDVR builds and analyzes sophisticated custom portfolios, optimized by advanced algorithms to boost expected return and efficiency. These sophisticated portfolios are delivered within an exceptional client experience that leverages elegant client-facing applications. Our tight-knit team is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts with a sizable presence in Budapest, Hungary, and is spearheaded by a tech industry veteran CEO who has led multiple companies from foundation through IPO. 

About the Role

We are looking for a Data Operations Engineer to join our Platform Team. The team is made up of DevOps, Security and Data experts whose goal is to build a scalable, secure, self-service platform for the Backend and Frontend teams. We work with cutting-edge cloud-based and open-source technologies to build a word-class financial platform and are constantly re-evaluating our tech stack to stay up to date with the latest trends. Experience with infrastructure-related topics for this role is a plus, but not required.

What you’ll do

  • Develop and maintain data tools to support other teams.
  • Contribute to the cloud-based infrastructure of our databases and data services.
  • Maintain and improve our ETL framework, occasionally write some data processing applications.
  • Collaborate with our financial experts to support their data-related projects.

You may be a fit for this role if you

  • Have experience working as a data engineer.
  • Know your way around OOP Python and SQL and worked in a cloud-based environment before.
  • Are familiar with classic relational database technologies like MySql and PostgreSql.
  • Can design simple but performant database schemas.
  • Are open to learn new technologies and you’re not afraid to manage infrastructure with code.
  • Are enthusiastic about data quality, data security and a performant, scalable data infrastructure.
  • Are curious about finance and believe that good financial decisions can make real differences in people’s lives.

What we take as a plus

  • Experience with Java
  • Experience with Apache Airflow
  • Experience with Kafka and real-time data processing
  • If you have infrastructure-related knowledge, preferably with AWS, Terraform, Docker, Kubernetes, Prometheus
  • If you understand why we’re so enthusiastic about Data Governance

This is a unique opportunity to join a well-funded early-stage US-based fintech startup without the need to relocate from Hungary. As such, you can expect from us: 

  • Smart and motivated colleagues 
  • Equity compensation
  • Cutting-edge technology
  • High velocity, great engineering culture 
  • Autonomy, ownership 
  • Flexible working hours and work-from-home availability (beyond current quarantine arrangement)

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