Spokeo’s is looking for a Data Architect to join us in Pasadena, CA.

Spokeo is at a transformative inflection point, creating breakthrough solutions that simplify the lives of consumers and businesses. Through our products, we reconnect friends, reunite families, uncover catfishers, prevent fraud, stop criminals, and ultimately make your world more transparent.

With over 12 billion records and 18 million monthly visitors, our team of only 200 tackles Facebook-sized challenges and pushes the limit of Amazon's cloud. Our teams believe in collaborating and building a support system together to solve problems and improve our product. We’re looking for people who can bring diverse perspectives and have a passion for learning.

We are looking for someone who is curious and passionate about data and can own data deliverables such as models, mappings, glossaries and dictionaries.  You will work closely with technology and product teams to develop data-centric solutions.

Your Responsibilities Will Include:

  • Creating data dictionaries and business glossaries, documenting data lineages, data definitions and metadata
  • Assisting in the definition, direction, and development of the data-lake and data-warehousing platform
  • Generating data profiling statistics
  • Working collaboratively with cross-functional engineering teams to design solutions involving complex data and reporting requirements
  • Providing knowledge and input into data warehouse design and architecture
  • Supporting evaluation of new data sources
  • Creating and maintaining data standardization and cleansing
  • ETL and other job related duties as required

Experiences/Qualifications:

  • A Bachelor's degree in Computer Science
  • 5-10 years of relevant work experience
  • Experience with AWS data management (S3, Redshift) and related tools (Athena, EMR, Glue) in an enterprise environment
  • Experience developing Extract, Transform, and Load (ETL) specifications and mappings to support data conversion and integration
  • Experience in Agile Development methodologies
  • Strong customer service and communication skills (verbal and written) to effectively interact with a diverse team of people across business and engineering
  • Prior experience in the public records space is a plus

We Provide The Following Benefits:

  • Competitive salary
  • Medical, Dental, and Vision benefits
  • Stock Options
  • 401(k)

We Provide The Following Perks:

  • Flexible Hours
  • Casual Dress Code
  • Free Lunch Catering Every Day
  • Wellness Classes
  • Gym Reimbursement
  • Fully Stocked Fridge and Snacks
  • Ping Pong, Foosball, and Pool Table
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