Sr. Data Engineer at Bright Health
- Leverage Cloud PaaS and IaaS offerings to build data pipelines services in support of data liquidity, data governance and stewardship, enterprise analytics, including, and master data management, leveraging both traditional and big data ETL and streaming platforms
- Write traditional code and server-less functions using the language best suited for the task, which include C#, T-SQL, Spark SQL PowerShell, Data Factory, Python, Spark, and related technologies.
- Leverage best practice cloud and data lake architecture patterns
- Provide subject matter expertise on performance tuning and query optimization to full-stack peers and data analysts
- Participate in building and leading a culture of DevOps, CI/CD, quality, and end to end ownership.
- Continuously document your code, framework standards, and team processes.
- Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
- Five (5) or more years of experience in an enterprise or commercial software development environment. Healthcare IT background is highly preferred.
- Extensive experience developing data-intensive solutions in a Cloud environment.
- Highly skilled in writing SQL queries, DML, DDL, CDC/change tracking, index and performance tuning.
- Enterprise development experience coding in at least one, but preferably more than one, procedural/OO language, including C#, Java, Python, PowerShell.
- Enterprise experience developing solutions that use event sourcing and/or Big Data architectures.
- Experience with at least once traditional ETL platform including SSIS, Informatics and Talend, or with cloud ETL platforms like Azure Data Factory.
- MUST HAVE THE RIGHT TO WORK IN THE US WITHOUT VISA SPONSORSHIP
- Team player who is not afraid to ask questions, take risks, share in owning team victories as well as team failures
- Good communicator – both written and verbal – with high emotional intelligence
- Ability to focus on MVP and shipping software while remaining cognizant of the long-term costs of technical debt