Data Engineer

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  • Amsterdam
  • Den Bosch
  • 32 - 40 hours
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Work on challenging technical assignments with various clients.

A job as a Data Engineer at Digital Power

If you are looking for challenging technical assignments, then Digital Power is the right place for you. In line with Data Science and Analytics, you will build and design platforms for big data. As part of this, you will work daily with modern techniques such as Airflow, Kubernetes, Docker, Python and Databricks.

You will take on Data Engineering challenges for organisations for commercial clients such as ASML and Philips, as well as start-ups, NGOs and government agencies. In addition to your assignment(s), you will be part of our in-house community. Learn from and with your colleagues and help each other to become even better! Are you not able to figure something out? Our entire team will be there for you.

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About you

Good to know

Currently, we are only hiring candidates who are authorized to work in The Netherlands at the time of their application. We are in the process of becoming a sponsor for non-EU citizens, however, we cannot make any promises at the moment. Also, you must live in the Netherlands during your employment at Digital Power.

Passionate about data

  • Setting up infrastructures, designing & realising data warehouses, programming and building APIs all sound like music to your ears!
  • You will also be involved in integrating many data sources and building data pipelines. This can be either in a data warehousing environment or in operational streaming environments.
  • Added value for the business and the performance of your processes are the focus of everything you come up with and do.

Required experience

  • You have 1-4 years of experience as a Data Engineer
  • You have experience working with Python
  • You have experience with analytical work environments similar to those that can be set up on AWS, Azure and Google Cloud
  • You are able to create data-driven processes from concept to implementation
  • You consider what the question is behind the question
  • You are eager to learn and always looking to develop yourself

What else?

  • You are fluent in the English language, both verbally and in writing
  • You value sharing your knowledge
  • You believe a good atmosphere at work is just as important as your profession
  • Our 'working at' page gives you positive energy

Do you not possess all the technical skills yet, but are strongly motivated to become a Data Engineer? Just apply! There are plenty of opportunities within Digital Power to provide you with training.

What we offer

We offer a starting salary of €3100 - €6800 gross per month, depending on your knowledge and experience.

You will get your own learning environment with us in AWS, Azure and GCP.

Unlimited training budget and arrange your own working hours: read here about all the other things we can offer you.

What does your day look like as a Data Engineer at Digital Power?

You start today with a workout, commence work a little later, and write another piece of code in the evening. Tomorrow, on the other hand, you start a little earlier so you can get to a dinner party on time. Or would you rather go for a walk in the woods with the dog at lunchtime? As long as you communicate clearly and are available for your clients and colleagues, you are free to allocate your time.

Where you work each week is a combination of being on-site at the client's premises, working from home, and, of course, an enjoyable day at one of our offices in Amsterdam and Den Bosch. You prefer to travel by public transport: great sustainability, flexibility and free for you, even on days you are not working. Is a (temporary) car more convenient for you? In consultation, many options are possible.

Organise your working week in a way that suits you. As long as you deliver excellent work, your clients are satisfied and your colleagues can rely on you, we are happy and proud to have you as our colleague!

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