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Data Engineer

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Recruiter: Seasalt
Listed on: 10th January
Location: United Kingdom
Salary/Rate: £37000 - £43000
Type: Permanent
Start Date: ASAP

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Seasalt is a modern Cornish company with an ambitious vision. As a successful omnichannel retailer spanning over 70 shops, 400 wholesale stockists and online, we're always challenging ourselves to think creatively and innovate. We have an opportunity for an experienced D&A professional to join us within our multi-disciplinary D&A Delivery Teams at an exciting time as we continue to grow and develop our data strategy.
Working within our multi-disciplinary D&A Delivery Teams ("Crews") in collaboration with the business and Data & Analytics colleagues you develop and construct data products and services and integrate them into systems and business processes. You support the design and implementation of data flows to connect operational systems, data for analytics and business intelligence systems.
Please note this role is based remotely within the UK, with occasional travel to our Cornwall head offices.
You'll help us by:

Communicating between technical and non-technical stakeholders
Providing data profiling and source system analysis, presenting insights to colleagues to support the end use of data
Designing, building and testing data products and data integration services, including the data warehouse
Translating and integrating business requirements into the analytics architecture by working closely with Data & Analytics colleagues and the business
Developing ETL scripts and routines to facilitate movement of data across the business' full analytics architecture. Designing and implementing ETL procedures for intake of data from both internal and external sources, ensuring data exceptions/rejections are identified
Delivering appropriate technologies to deliver resilient, scalable and future-proofed data solutions, following guidance on good practice analytics architecture development and design
Producing and updating data models, applying industry recognised patterns and standards
Working with metadata repositories
Responding to and resolving problems in databases, data processes, data products and services as they occur
Creating and maintaining appropriate levels of documentation to enable knowledge share and future support of products created
Testing outputs and products to the appropriate quality level and where possible create automated, repeatable tests
Working with other data teams to understand our standards and best practice guidelines and provide inputs to enable their continuous improvement
Defining and using agreed standards and tools to design, code, test, correct and document simple and medium level programs and scripts
Providing end user support and training for the data products that your team creates
Continuously developing yourself and your team
Being able to work out of hours when required to suit the needs of the business

The skills you'll be sharing with the team:
With strong experience in data analysis, modelling, engineering and development processes, you'll have a track record of designing, developing and implementing Data Warehouse solutions using SQL, SSAS and SSIS. Previous time spent developing and maintaining SQL Server database code and ETL is a given, as is knowledge of self-serve BI tools.
A logical thinker with an eye for detail, you'll have excellent analytical, problem solving and communication skills. You will have awareness of agile techniques and metadata management. You'll be a flexible and proactive person, able to organise own work and work with end users to identify solutions to identify solutions and optimise processes.
Experience in development with cloud hosted data/integration architectures on Microsoft Azure, including Synapse Analytics, Data Lake, Azure Data Factory/Synapse Pipelines, Tabular SSAS, Power BI datasets is desirable but not essential.
Why we hope you'll love working with us:
The success of Seasalt is down to the skill and hard work of our team. We don't just want to attract the best and brightest people to come and work with us, we want you to stay and grow with us. From the moment your Seasalt journey begins, it's our pledge to support you by providing dedicated learning and development opportunities that will enhance your day-to-day working life and help you build your skills and knowledge.
As well as doing everything we can to boost your development professionally, we believe encouraging personal growth is just as important. So you can fulfil your passion and purpose, not just at work but in life, we offer a range of benefits that are designed to enhance your career and wellbeing:

Salary of £37,000 - £43,000 dependent on experience
33 days holiday (including bank holidays)
Long service enhanced holiday allowance
Generous 50% staff discount on all full priced items
Employer Contributory Pension
Exclusive discounts and offers through Seasalt Lifestyle
Life assurance programme
Learning and Development opportunities
Remote medical support partnerships
Paid volunteering opportunities

At Seasalt we believe in creating a positive environment where our differences are respected and each of us feels valued for our contribution. Treating people fairly is part of our values and at the core of our culture. As an inclusive employer, all qualified candidates will be considered regardless of race, ethnicity, religion or belief, age, socioeconomic background, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity and caring responsibilities, marital status, nationality and disability including invisible disabilities and neurodiversity.
As part of our application process, you will be prompted to provide details of any reasonable adjustments to our recruitment process that you need.