Graduate Data Engineer - Fully remote

25000.00 - 32000.00 GBP Annual
10 Jun 2021
08 Jul 2021
Contract Type
Full Time
Are you a graduate looking to start a career within data engineering? Looking for a company who are also just starting to focus on data and the benefits it can bring?

Well we are working with a leading company in the UK who are ranked the 2nd largest software provider of it's kind and this could be the perfect start to your career.

After going through both a digital transformation and recent company acquisitions, they are looking to grow a newly formed data team that will be responsible for finding actionable insight that will enable the business to change historic perceptions that could be holding the business back from improving.

Your role will see you working with the small data team in house to work with raw data and 3rd party data from leading companies, such as; DVLA, TransUnion and Experian, to build out data that can be used to make a real difference. You will be using Python and SQL daily in this role as you and the team look to move into the world of machine learning and AI technology to help create predictive models, LSTM models and more.

The most important part of your role will be the ability to land these insights into the wider business. You will use the insights you find to tell a story on how this will impact the business and convince domain leads across the company to take on-board this insight. Part of the challenge of this role will be to change some preconceived thoughts within the business that the data is showing something different to what they initially thought.

It's a role that has endless potential with the plans for the team going forward. They have exciting plans that will see you getting hands on with some truly cutting edge technologies and ideas. So if you want to join a company that can offer you training and the opportunity to get involved with all areas of data engineering, then hit apply below or give me a call on (phone number removed)

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