Omlet Arcade is the community for mobile game streamers and e-sports. Every month we bring millions of gamers together to show off their gameplay and make new friends. We hatched up Omlet Arcade to serve the next generation of gamers; those who no longer need PCs or consoles due to the overwhelming power of the phones at their fingertips. This year has shown we’re on the right path as AAA games like Fortnite and PUBG light up our mobile screens. In 2019, Omlet is taking it to the next level, bringing mobile e-sports to the world by empowering players with the tools they need to strut their skills, build amazing teams, and have a blast competing with each other.

We are looking for a Senior Data Engineer to join our Engineering ream, this person will be responsible for turning data into information, information into insights and insights into key business decisions, that steer the strategic direction of the company. 
• Independently design, maintain, and enhance big data pipeline, including ETL and data analytics.
• Build and scale systems that orchestrate and execute complex workflows in big-data pipelines
• Support team members to proactively anticipate and resolve issues
• Work with marketing and dev teams to build data-driven business
  • A Bachelors or Masters in Computer Science, MIS, Statistics, Economics, Mathematics, etc
  • 5+ years of experience in a data engineering role
  • Must be a problem solver
  • Must thrive in a fast-paced working environment
  • Excellent communicator
  • Self motivated


  • Big data tools (Spark, Hadoop)
  • Relational and NoSQL Databases (Postgres and Mysql)
  • AWS Cloud Services (EMR, RDS, Redshift, Kinesis, SQS, S3, Glue etc.)
  • Workflow management tools (Airflow, AWS Data pipeline)
  • Language Skills (Python o R)
  • Ability to do analysis by SparkSQL, Athena, Redshift in Zeppelin or Jupyter notebook or Tableau 


Perks & Benefits:
  • Competitive Salary
  • Medical, Dental, Vision
  • Unlimited PTO
  • Free catered lunch through Door Dash 5 days per week
  • Friendly working environment

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