Senior Data Engineer
Coventry Building Society
1st October 2019
£45000 - £50000
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About The Role
As the technical development lead for the Data Engineering team, you'll be responsible for developing and delivering the core functionality of the SAS Analytics Platform, owning the release process and ensuring that development, testing and documentation adhere to Data Engineering standards of best practice.
With overall responsibility for the delivery of data warehouse ETL, Credit Risk model implementation and web tools/scripts, the Senior Data Engineer coordinates the Data Engineering Scrum and release process, acting both as a developer and a coordinator of the development team's output.
You'll be technically adept, with a track record of taking on new tools and technologies. You'll have excellent attention to detail and an ability to logically break down complicated requirements into deliverable components.
Motivated to learn and empower others, you'll be accustomed to working as part of a team to deliver complex requirements and also possess the ability to communicate complex ideas to a non-technical audience.
Excellent programming ability in SAS and SQL are essential, and SAS DI Studio experience would be preferred. Ideally you will have data warehousing experience (Kimball) and be used to working in an Agile (Scrum) environment.
Additionally any web development experience would be a bonus, alongside Python and Linux/UNIX experience.
About the Company
IT at the Coventry is changing; we are currently undertaking an exciting transformation project that will shape the future of the organisation. As we progress on our journey we are seeking talented individuals who are passionate about delivering an outstanding experience for both members and colleagues in an environment where you will have the opportunity to be partof the future success of the organisation and work in an environment where personal and professional development is taken seriously.