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Data Engineer / Scientist

  • Location

    Groningen, Netherlands

  • Sector:

    BI, Big Data & Analytics

  • Job type:

    Contract

  • Salary:

    Negotiable

  • Contact:

    Harry Glover

  • Contact email:

    HarryG@montash.com

  • Salary high:

    0

  • Salary low:

    0

  • Job ref:

    DaDra2018#6_1528968641

  • Published:

    6 days ago

  • Duration:

    9 Months

  • Expiry date:

    2018-06-21

  • Startdate:

    ASAP

  • Consultant:

    #

Data Engineer / Scientist - Freelance/Contract - Groningen, The Netherlands

Montash are engaged with an innovative client situated on the outskirts of Groningen, to secure a Data Engineer / Scientist to join an already established team.

The Role: Data Engineer / Scientist

As a Data Engineer / Scientist you will be working in a team which are accountable for applying data mining methods, statistical analysis and building models to test efficiency in real production environments. This is a fantastic opportunity to be working for an award winning innovative company and be a part of Cloud, IoT, Big Data and Advanced Analytics solutions.

Skills and experience required for this Data Engineer / Scientist position:

  • Python experience
  • Big Data: Kafka / R / Spark / Hadoop
  • ​Cloud Exposure: AWS / Google / Azure
  • NoSQL - MongoDB / Redis

If you feel you have the above Data Engineering / Science expertise and experience, please apply with your most recent CV.

With Brexit looming and tax benefits increasing for non-Dutch nationals, our Netherlands based Clients are finding an increase in applications from UK IT resources looking to further their international experience. Amsterdam is one of the hottest cities for IT development and more global organisations are opening development centres and/or nearshoring resources to this dominant location. Montash offer not just top tier requirements for IT resources but can also offer guidance through our partners on relocating and tax systems if you're considering a move but maybe unsure on the implications this has.