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Hadoop Developer

Job Title: Hadoop Developer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Netherlands,
Industry:
Salary: €60 - €80 per hour
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3 Months
REF: J5563
Contact Name: Sadiye Booker
Contact Email: sadiyeb@montash.com
Job Published: 4 months ago

Job Description

Hadoop Developer - Netherlands - Contract/Freelance - 3 Months - €60 - €80 Euros Per Hour - IT

Please Note: You can either be based near Amsterdam or Eindhoven.

Montash have been engaged by a young and dynamic organisation based in the Netherlands who are looking to expand their Infrastructure & Development teams.

As an Hadoop Developer you will be responsible for assisting the development of a security product for a large internet service provider. You will need to be hands-on as you will be using the latest technology to develop an innovative new product.

Key Skills

  • Extensive experience and specific background in Hive, Storm/Spark and Pig.

This is an extremely urgent position so if you have relevant experience and interested, please contact me on +44(0) 207 014 0231 or sadiyeb@montash.com for more info.

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