About Revel:

Revel is a Brooklyn-born transportation company that’s electrifying cities through charging infrastructure and shared electric vehicle fleets. Through the Revel app, users can rent electric mopeds, sign up for monthly eBike subscriptions, or find fast-charging stations compatible with any brand of EV. Revel prides itself on its total rejection of the gig economy and its collaborative approach with local governments. Founded in 2018, we now operate in four New York City boroughs, Washington, D.C., Miami, Florida, and the California Bay Area cities of Oakland, Berkeley and San Francisco.

Mobility is the lifeblood of urban environments and cities need affordable, emissions-free transportation options, particularly as the world comes out of a post-COVID-19 world. Electric vehicles will become an integral part of transportation networks, and Revel is here to lead the way.

 

About the Role:

  • Work in a small cross-functional data engineering team
  • Make foundational architecture decisions and have huge impact on the future of our data infrastructure
  • Work directly with lots of other teams including data science/analytics, product, marketing, and the wider engineering team
  • Opportunity to grow into an ownership role of data engineering at Revel if desired  

Technical Requirements

  • 2+ years experience as a Data Engineer
  • Strong Python and SQL
  • Strong warehouse data modeling skills
  • Experience with Airflow or another similar tool

Non-Technical Requirements

  • You want to work in a small team and take on a foundational role in establishing data engineering practices
  • You are highly collaborative and able to work in cross-functional teams
  • You are pragmatic and prefer simple solutions. You build for the problem.
  • You're Product-oriented - You care about the value we deliver rather than just the tech we build
  • You like to work in agile(ish) environments
  • You strive towards continuous integration and delivery

Our Tech Stack

  • Python
  • Airflow
  • Snowflake
  • PostgreSQL
  • Kubernetes

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