- Budapest, Hungary
About the project:
Our client provides integrated, data-driven solutions that helps inspire, attract and win ideal visitors for any destination (DMO=Destination Marketing Organization) from any predefined origin market. Our client helps to DMO-s to spend their marketing/ad budget on the "most" effective manner, applying campaigns, targeting the most promising users.
Our client receives several types of data from the partners directly/nondirectly related to the campaigns. It is a very important requirement for any DMO to see these kind of data during the campaign and also the count of visitors attributed to the ad campaigns.
As a Developer on this particular project You will develop an infrastructure to monitor the quality and availability of data sources, track data-lineage, and provide consistent data. You’ll be dealing with data volumes up to 100k events/second, which should be processed in near real-time. You will also be responsible for the design, development and maintenance of data processing pipelines.
- GCP, Azure, AWS, Snowflake
- Data processing frameworks (such as Spark, Beam, Flink)
- Tableau for reporting purposes
- Atlassian products for process management and knowledge sharing
If you have worked with the above mentioned technologies and you have big data experience working with petabytes of data on a daily basis, do not hesitate to apply!
- Lots and lots of fruit
- Free massage in the office (20-minute sessions)
- Interactive internal professional training, taught in-person by one of our experts
- Online English classes with a native English speaker teacher in small teams
- Online yoga once a week
- Unlimited Life1 gym pass (for every Life1 gym in Budapest) or All-Inclusive Gym and Pool Pass in Szeged
- Hiking community who goes on hiking trips almost every weekend
- Wellbeing presentations about topics such as healthy eating or how to maintain work-life balance
- Online board gaming nights
Some Further Practical Details:
Start date: As soon as possible, but if you currently work somewhere and have a notice period, it’s still fine, we will wait for the right person!
Home office now: Right now, we are working from home, going to the office is optional. Probably, in the beginning, it would make sense for you to come at least a couple of days per week, but this is up to discussion once we get started.
1. Short conversation with HR - We will briefly talk about your motivation and experience.
2. Online test via Hackerrank
3. Professional Interview: Based on your preference it can be an in-person or a video interview.