Valimail was founded to bring trust back to communications. Without trust, communications are ineffective, deceptive, and can lead to catastrophic losses. By centering around authenticating the sender, we’ve created automated, standards based solutions, starting with email. IoT is next. Our mission is to “Authenticate the World’s Communications, at Scale.”

Job Summary

We are looking for a Senior Data Engineer to work closely with all business and engineering teams to develop our strategy for long term data platform architecture. You will collaborate with analytics and business teams to build and improve data models that feed business intelligence tools, growing data accessibility and encouraging data-driven decision making across the organization.

What You'll Be Doing

  • Architect, design, implement and maintain our BI data infrastructure (Spark)
  • Build successful and scalable systems to support multiple data pipelines
  • Collaborate with team members to craft and implement business data models
  • Own the uptime, management and reliability of our data warehouse
  • Work with technical partners to optimize data flow across the systems
  • Serve as the platform team technical lead, assisting in code review and peer mentoring
  • Consult and collaborate on design and development of tools to aid our PS and Data teams
  • Implement processes and systems to monitor data quality, ensuring data is always accurate and available for key customers and business processes that depend on it
  • Perform data analysis to address data related issues and assist in the resolution
  • Partner with engineering, product management, and other stakeholders to design and optimize data models for our Production environment - web and cloud services
  • Work with software architects to craft our overall data strategy consistent with industry best practices
  • Define tooling strategy for engineer efficiency
  • Partner with TechOps to build tools for managing data operations and resolve data issues in production databases
  • Act as a consultant to engineering and product management in writing and optimizing complex SQL queries
  • Design of alerting and streaming workflowsJob Requirements

About You

  • 5+ years of proven ability in the following: Data warehouse solutions (Python if possible); Spark & Kafka (preferred), Hadoop, Hive, Airflow or similar; Schema design and dimensional data modeling; SQL experience (No-SQL and PostgreSQL experience is a plus)
  • Substantial experience with software engineering (Preferably in Go or Ruby)
  • Experience with Snowflake, Glue, Postgres, RDS and other AWS technologies
  • Experience with data quality and consistency monitoring
  • Ability to collaborate with teams across the company
  • Excellent problem solving and troubleshooting skills

Why Join Us?

  • Competitive pay + participation in employee stock option plan
  • Comprehensive health, dental, + vision coverage
  • Eight weeks of paid maternity leave & Four weeks of paid paternity leave (if the parent also qualifies for STD, this benefit is in addition)
  • Remote First Company, you can work anywhere within the US
  • Unlimited and flexible PTO. We believe balanced, happy, relaxed people do better work

 

Frequently cited statistics show that women and underrepresented minorities will only apply to roles if they feel they meet 100% of the qualifications. At Valimail, we encourage you to break through that statistic. Roles evolve over time, especially with innovation, and you may be just the person we need into the future. NO ONE ever meets 100% of the qualifications. We hope you're open to learning new skills in order to grow with us. Make our team, your team!

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