Data Engineer/Scientist

Job Locations US-FL-Orlando
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(2/1/2018 1:43 PM)
Job ID
2018-1196
# of Openings
1
Category
Engineering

Overview

Topps Digital, is located in Orlando, FL and New York, NY and looking for Data Scientist/Engineers for its Orlando location. We have a fast-moving, highly collaborative team that works in concert with Engineering, Finance, Strategy, Product Design, and Quality Assurance teams. We are hiring an Engineer/Scientist that is a self-driven, analytical, and is passionate about learning! Our office space has an open floor plan that encourages collaboration. Team members get a benefits package, free coffee, snacks, and an incredibly talented team

Responsibilities

Requirements:

 

  • B.S. on Computer Science, Apply Math, Statistics, or Science
  • 1-4 years of experience of software development or data related tasks.
  • Code proficiency on at least one of the following languages: Scala, Python, C#, or F#
  • Interest in functional programming
  • High interest on Big Data processing
  • High interest in probabilistic modeling and statistical methods
  • Interest in machine learning
  • Experience on AWS is a plus
  • Experience with TDD is a plus
  • Familiarity with Spark/Databricks is highly valued
  • Familiarity with MongoDB is a plus
  • Analytical/mathematical mindset
  • Good communication skills
  • Intellectual curiosity. Passion for learning and exploring
  • Team player

Qualifications

Responsibilities:

  • Developing and maintaining a Big Data Analytics Platform based on Spark and AWS services
  • Integrating data from several internal and external sources
  • Implementing tooling to execute A/B testing for mobile apps
  • Developing production quality dashboards and machine learning solutions
  • Monitoring the health of the Analytics Framework
  • Contribute in the process of data modeling
  • Contribute in the design of probabilistic models

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