We are looking for an experienced Data Engineer to join our rapidly scaling team. The ideal candidate will use various methods to transform raw data into useful data systems. Overall, the Data Engineer will strive for efficiency by aligning data systems with business goals and needs to build a data-driven culture and foundation for a scaling company.

To succeed in this data engineering position, you should have strong analytical skills and the ability to combine data from different sources. Data engineer skills also include familiarity with several programming languages and knowledge of learning machine methods. The ideal candidate will be passionate about helping to create the data infrastructure for a rapidly scaling Web3 company!

Responsibilities: 

  • Maintaining, optimizing, and automating data delivery and extraction from multiple data sources
  • Analyze and organize raw data
  • Build data systems and pipelines: building and maintaining data systems, ensuring data quality and efficiency, and constructing datasets that are easy to analyze for business users across the company
  • Evaluate business needs and objectives to create the right solutions
  • Conduct complex data analysis and report on results
  • Prepare data for prescriptive and predictive modeling
  • Build algorithms and prototypes
  • Combine raw information from different sources
  • Explore ways to enhance data quality and reliability
  • Identify opportunities for data acquisition
  • Develop analytical tools and programs
  • Collaborate with data scientists and architects on several projects
  • Collaborate with and across the engineering team to design, develop, test, and support technical solution on Tableau
  • Understand reporting database schema/model, identify joins/tables, and perform data analysis
  • Uses SQL programming code to develop required reports

Requirements

  • Minimum four (4) years of experience in Data Engineering
  • Minimum two (2) years of hands-on experience designing and architecting reporting dashboards using an advanced reporting tool such as Tableau
  • Technical expertise with data models, data mining, and segmentation techniques
  • Knowledge of programming languages  (e.g. Java and Python)
  • Hands-on experience with SQL database design
  • Great numerical and analytical skills
  • Data engineering certification (e.g IBM Certified Data Engineer) is a plus
  • Strong understanding of data warehousing concepts, relational data models and the data flow process end-to-end from ingestion to consumption
  • Advanced programming skills in Python and/or SQL (and their related data science, machine learning, and visualization libraries
  • Strong verbal and written business communication skills
  • Ability to be nimble in a startup culture and have the ability to thrive quickly. 

Our Commitment to You

Reach is committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

Our Perks

  • Employee stock-options
  • Competitive salary
  • Flexible work schedule
  • Unlimited PTO
  • Health and dental insurance

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