Senior Data Engineer - Python, SQL, AWS, Big Data


£500 - £600 a day

CONTRACT OPPORTUNITY: Senior Data Engineer - Python, SQL, AWS, Big Data - London - Initial 3-6 month contract - £500-£600 per day (Dependent on experience)

One of my leading clients, a growing FinTech company with substantial investment from large companies are looking for a Senior Data Engineer. You will be based on site in London for an initial 3-6 month contract and must have data engineering experience in Python, SQL and AWS.

What you'll be working on:

As a (full stack) Senior Data Engineer, you will be responsible for working on the data structure, ingestion and pipelines, including designing and architecting many of its components.

You will be working alongside our analysts, data scientists, machine learning engineers amongst other stakeholders to identify and implement the best possible solutions for our analytical data needs.

You will need to contribute to architectural decisions and engage in technical discussions and present solutions to product challenges. This is not a role where you will only focus in one small part of the process (however important that might be), you need to be able to see the big picture and work on whatever needs to be done. We also do not have the answer to everything, so your opinion will be important.

What we're looking for:

Experience working with data, especially with large, complex datasets

Experience with Python and SQL

Happy to learn new technologies

Happy to work on different technologies and projects at the same time, from data analysis, coding to architecture and DevOps

Solid software engineering background

Nice to have's:

Not required, but any experience around this will be a big plus


Hadoop / Hive / Presto


AWS or Azure


Experience with best practices in data warehousing

Experience with creating data ETL processes

Is this exciting opportunity of interest to you? If so, please apply and I will be in touch ASAP.

Lawrence Harvey is acting as an Employment Business in regards to this position.

Posted by Lawrence Harvey, 09 Feb