ROLE: Data Engineer
SALARY: £50,000 - £60,000
INTERVIEWING NOW - APPLY TODAY!
We are looking for a highly talented individual to join one of the biggest IT Services and IT Consulting firms, operating out of both N. America and Europe. It is their innovative software, and solutions that empower companies to achieve cutting edge results from their risk, insurance, and claims programs. Through their software solutions, global capabilities, and domain expertise, they're the proven leader in supporting virtually every type of industry and the largest and most complex companies in the world.
They are now looking for a Data Scientist, to join their rapidly growing team. They have offices based all over the world so are happy for a candidate to work remotely in the UK or out of their modern offices in London.
In this role you will be supporting several externally facing technical solutions within the Risk Management and Claims Administration sectors. You will be responsible for the continued development of the company's analytic platform, designing, developing and maintaining internal data process and delivery to support data science / analytics teams.
🚀We're excited if you have Some of the following qualifications / skills / experience:
- BSc in STEM subject
- 3+ years' experience with Relational Databases and Data Integration
- Fantastic working knowledge of SQL, Data Warehouse, Data Lake, ETL, Talend, Data Mapping, etc
- 3+ years' experience with Data Science Programming (Python, R) for data engineering purposes
🏄What if you're a partial fit?
We prioritise grit, positivity, and drive for growth, and encourage you to apply even if your experience doesn't exactly match this job description
If this company sounds like a great fit for you, please APPLY and get in touch immediately with Ciaran Conway @ ITECCO on 01908 738 781 or email ciaran . conway @ itecco . co . uk to discuss interview availability.
Established in Didsbury, ITECCO has grown to become one of the UK's most successful and fastest growing IT recruitment companies in the UK