Java Engineer – Data Analytics Platform – London Startup

Greater London Permanent £70000 - £84000.00 per annum

If you have an interest in data engineering & startups, read on!

Salt are recruiting a Java Engineer for a startup that was originally formed in San Francisco and has just opened an office in London.

Backed by world class investment firms including the likes of Y Combinator, their mission is to make data analytics teams more productive.

As a Java Engineer working here you will building the next generation of ETL software as well as improving the scalability, performance, and robustness of their data processing systems.

They are looking for Java Engineers with 1-3 years commercial experience who have a real interest in data engineering, and like the idea of working in a small startup environment where you can make a real impact.

Bonus points for knowledge of any of the following: Cascading, Docker, AWS, big data frameworks (Hadoop, spark, flink).

For this Java Engineer are paying between £54,000 to £83,000 + unlimited holiday – they are based in Central London and operate a hybrid working model where half the time they’re in the office, and the other half you’re free to work from anywhere in Europe.

Get in touch for more details by messaging me, Reuben Jenkins – rjenkins @ welovesalt.com

Job Information

Job Reference: JO-2211-328314
Salary: £70000 - £84000.00 per annum
Salary per: annum
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Job Start Date: asap
Job Industries: Software Engineering Jobs
Job Locations: Greater London
Job Types: Permanent

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