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Posted: Thursday, September 21, 2017 11:16 AM

Job descriptionBankrate is a technology company committed to producing the most reliable, personalizable and highest quality content and data to serve the financial needs of consumers. We rely on a talented team of expert technologists who help Bankrate learn from a wide variety of data, both internal and external, as well as structured, semi structured and unstructured sources of data.Bankrate seeks a passionate Data Engineer to join its top notch Data Engineering team to help build out a world class data platform to enable reporting, data sciences, and analytics to meet its challenges. ResponsibilitiesCreate and manage data pipelines using methods such as stream processing.Author data services using a variety of programming languages.Work with a wide variety of data related technologies such as Elasticsearch, Kafka/Kinesis platforms, Spark, Snowflake, and others.Work in an Agile environmentEnsure data quality and help in achieving data governanceCommunicate results and impact to business stakeholders.Collaborate with other teams to tailor data products accordingly. Technical Qualifications:At least 2-3 years of data engineering experience.Working knowledge of cloud architecture, preferably AWS.Experience with an object oriented programming language. Python, Golang, Node, or Scala are preferred.Ability to communicate complex ideas in data to relevant stakeholders.Experience with SQLNoSQL architecture background is a plus. Non-TechnicalExcellent analytical and problem-solving skillsStrong oral and written communication skillsA passion for empirical research and for answering hard questions with data.Proven record of solving challenging problems in academia and/or industry.Eagerness to collaborate with both technical and non-technical colleagues across various organizations.


• Location: West Palm Beach

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