We offer a $2000 sign-on bonus to the specialist that will accept our offer and join DataArt in this position. $2000 will be included in the first salary.
Our client is a US-based investment management business of an American Fortune Global 500 and Fortune 500 company whose subsidiaries provide insurance, investment management, and other financial products and services to both retail and institutional customers throughout the United States and in over 40 other countries.
The client has recently started the development of a system that appeared to be in need of enhancements before its final implementation. The system is a warehouse consolidating data flows, and processing information so that it can be presented to the end user in a readable format.
Along with the optimization, the project is aimed at migration from on-premise software to cloud services (AWS). We are the only vendor working on this task, and we need to expand the team.
Now we are looking for an experienced BigData Engineer to join our team. So, what’s the work about? As the project is new, it provides a room for selecting the best technologies and stacks. Still, the client has certain set processes which include the following technologies:
We closely work with the Architecture team on the client’s side. The head of the Architecture team is our key stakeholder. The team is dedicated to searching and making decisions on best practices to be implemented in development, and you can contribute to the start of large-scale development and proceed with the implementation of suggested approaches.
We hire people not for a project but for the company. If the project (or your work on it) is over you go to another project or to a paid “Idle”.
• Professional Development:
— Experienced colleagues who are ready to share knowledge;
— The ability to switch projects, technology stacks, try yourself in different roles;
— More than 150 workplaces for advanced training;
— Study and practice of English: courses and communication with colleagues and clients from different countries;
— Support of speakers who make presentations at conferences and meetings of technology communities.
• The ability to focus on your work: a lack of bureaucracy and micromanagement, and convenient corporate services;
• Friendly atmosphere, concern for the comfort of specialists;
• Flexible schedule (there are core mandatory hours), the ability to work remotely upon agreement with colleagues;
• The ability to work in any of our development centers.