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We are looking for a Senior Python Engineer – Recommendations (f/m/d) to join our Search and Discovery team to create world class recommendations and ranking systems.. If you’re a creative problem solver who is eager to deliver solutions and hungry for a new adventure, an international workplace is waiting for you in the heart of Berlin!
Build end-to-end data batch pipelines to enable training and running of machine learning models preferably using apache airflow.
Build streaming data pipelines to process real time data for our recommendation models.
Work with structured and semi-structured data from different heterogeneous data sources/sinks (BigQuery, PostgreSQL, PubSub, SQS, Redis, Elasticsearch …).
Develop measures of data and model quality, and automated tests of the quality of data powered features.
Integrate the code, produced by data scientists into data pipelines.
Understand REST principles and build apis in python (preferably in fast-api) to serve our machine learning and data from our databases.
Communicating with different teams regarding coding consistency and data availability.
Taking care of data infrastructure and delivering highly available services to production.
Your heroic skills:
You are a python ninja with proven experience (3+ years)
Expert knowledge of SQL and NoSQL databases, especially bigquery.
Practical knowledge designing and building software applications in cloud environments.
You have proven experience (3+ years) for working with batch and streaming data pipelines.
You have experience with building for scale with millions of requests per hour.
Good understanding of the distributed data processing.
Proven experience developing software in an agile environment (Scrum).
You are a team player and love to think outside the box
Nice to have:
General Data Science knowledge: basic AI and Machine learning concepts.
Experience with the following tools: Git, Docker, Jenkins, Terraform, Airflow, Spark, BigQuery, Kubernetes, Helm
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