The BI Data Engineering team has a wide range of tasks it has to cater for and in order to do so, we are expanding our team. Initially, in charge of developing the ETLs, our missions have grown in all directions as more and more departments came to rely on the data it provides. Our members had to develop their own infrastructure, in many ways distinct from the rest of IT, and we need to make it evolve at a really fast pace. This is where you, either a Dev with very strong systems experience, or a SysOps wanting to write loads of code, come in.Competitive salary and contribution to your pension planYour job
This position requires quite a bit of experience, but you can also learn as you go, getting help from some very knowledgeable colleagues. You will never ever stop learning, and rarely get bored anyway, there's simply too much to do for that.
You will get the keys to the castle, meaning you'll work very closely with the rest of the team, because we break things all the time, this is how we learn and move fast. Break, repair twice as fast, fail better next time, and communicate so the learnings are profitable to everyone.
You will have to be creative every day, to listen to the users and figure out what they really need to do, in order to cut the right corners and sometimes implement things that work today instead of better things that may work tomorrow.
You will work in a young multi-national team, so excellent spoken and written English is absolutely mandatory. You won't stay isolated behind a screen, the most important part of the job is done in relation to others, so you have to like interacting with people and listening to them.
You're both curious and daring, willing to learn and share, with a cool head when things go wrong? You are already based in or around Amsterdam? You're the one we need.
What you would ideally know:
Uren per week: Full time