IT & Internet
£80,000 to £85,000 Per Annum
Senior Data Engineer (Publisher/Media) - London
£80k to £85k
My client, an award-winning Media Publisher is looking for a Snr Data Engineer, whos main purpose for this role is to lead their Engineering team ensuring the team is positioned to support their customer value strategy, editorial KPIs, commercial and audience.
The publishing house’s new customer value strategy puts their customers and their experience at the heart of everything they do
Reporting to the Head of Data, the Snr Data Engineer will be responsible for maintaining and building on exist systems around content recommendations, and coordinating technological work in line with the higher level strategies around customer experience and value
Obsessed with the customer and deepening customer loyalty
An expert at identifying ways to improve the customer experience
A fan of data and a believer in the opportunities it can unlock.
A confident and articulate communicator capable of inspiring strong collaboration within an organisation and between teams.
Confident at managing multiple projects and deadlines simultaneously.
A self-starter with a can-do, will-do attitude
Qualifications and Experience needed
An advanced degree in computer science, mathematics, statistics, physics, psychology, operations research, or related area
Great communication skills, and ability to Get Stuff Done
Experience applying quantitative methods to real world problems
Experience with Python, and libraries like scipy, scikit-learn, pandas
Experience with relational databases such as MySql or PostgreSQL (experience with NoSQL databases, Redshift or BigQuery is a plus)
Experience with modern data processing frameworks like Hadoop / MapReduce & Scala
We use AWS so experience with its core data products will be highly advantageous
Dataflow or equivalent is a plus
Experience with NLP is a plus
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