Big Data Job of the Day: Big Data Solutions Development Engineer

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expby Angela Guess

Expedia is looking for a Big Data Solutions Development Engineer in Bellevue, WA. According to the post, “The Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW) team is currently looking for talented individuals that can deliver high quality BigData solutions. As part of this team, you will be working with both sides of our platform, a massive RDBMS platform, and a petabyte scale open source/Hadoop platform. You will bring a solid track record of highly scalable solutions in the RDBMS arena, and demonstrated experience with BigData technologies. Our BigData Solution Development Engineers not only drive the full development/QA lifecycle of solutions day to day for our business partners, but they have an active voice in how we execute on our strategy at all levels.”

Qualifications for the position include: “Strong Background in Data warehousing principles, architecture and its implementation in large multi-terabyte environments. Exposure to no-sql technologies and BigData platforms such as Hadoop, HBASE or Cassandra. Hands-on experience using procedural languages in DB2, Oracle or Teradata. Strong scripting skills to perform data/file manipulation (e.g., PERL). Ability to create and interpret data models using ERWIN, PowerDesigner, etc. Exceptional ETL Design/Development knowledge. Report Development using Business Objects, Tableau, and/or QlikView. Experience working in an Agile/SCRUM model. Experience with testing practices, processes and artifact creation, and user acceptance testing.”

Learn more and apply here.

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