Tittle: Senior Data Engineer - Spark/Flink/Scala

Location: Mountain View, CA or Irvine, CA

Lab Summary:

Samsung is the world’s largest consumer electronics company and the leading provider for smart phones and smart TVs. Samsung smart TVs connect homes to the Internet, providing a full range of intelligence capabilities such as speech recognition, gesture recognition, advanced video processing and personalized recommendation.

The VD intelligence lab at Samsung Research America is building a next-generation data platform to support Smart TV products and services. We have two office locations in California: Irvine and Mountain View.  Our research and development include TV analytics, ads targeting, and personalized services.

General Description

We are looking for Scala Engineers with experience with batch and/or streaming jobs. We utilize Spark for batch jobs and Flink for real-time streaming jobs. Experience with Hadoop, Hive, AWS S3 is also an asset.

Responsibilities

  • Create new, and maintain existing, Spark jobs written is Scala
  • Create new, and maintain existing, Flink jobs written in Scala
  • Produce unit and system tests for all code
  • Participate in design discussions to improve our existing frameworks
  • Define scalable calculation logic for interactive and batch use cases
  • Interact with infrastructure and data teams to produce complex analysis across data

Required Qualifications:

  • A minimum of 2 years of experience with Scala and/or Java
  • A minimum of 5 years of programming experience
  • Required experience with Hadoop, Spark
  • Knowledge and experience with cloud-based technologies
  • Experience in batch or real-time data streaming
  • Ability to dynamically adapt to conventional big-data frameworks and open source tools if project demands
  • Knowledge of design strategies for developing scalable, resilient, always-on data lake
  • Strong development/automation skills
  • Must be very comfortable with reading and writing Scala code
  • An aptitude for analytical problem solving
  • Deep knowledge of troubleshooting and tuning Spark applications and Hive scripts to achieve optimal performance
  • Good understanding/knowledge of HDFS architecture and various components such as Job Tracker, Task Tracker, Name Node, Data Node, HDFS high availability (HA) and Map Reduce programming paradigm.
  • Experienced working with various Hadoop Distributions (Cloudera, Hortonworks, MapR, Amazon EMR) to fully implement and leverage new Hadoop features
  • Experience in developing Spark Applications using Spark RDD, Spark-SQL, Spark -Yarn, Spark Mlib and Data frame APIs
  • Experience with real-time data processing and streaming techniques using Spark streaming and Kafka, moving data in and out HDFS and RDBMS.
  • Familiarity with open source configuration management and development tools  

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Hands on experience and production use of Hadoop/Cassandra, Spark, Flink and other distributed technologies would be a plus
  • Other Technologies
    • Scalatest
    • Gradle/Maven
    • Airflow
    • SQL
    • AWS

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