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Hadoop Developer

Job Title: Hadoop Developer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Den Haag, South Holland
Salary: €0.00 per day + Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: J8269_1497017105
Contact Name: Roddy Coltart
Contact Email:
Job Published: 4 months ago

Job Description

Hadoop Developer - The Hague

Hadoop Developer required. A Hadoop Developer with experience of working in a DevOps environment is required by Montash's global client in The Hague. This is an initial six month freelance contract and the Hadoop Developer will work on data solutions that support and enable product and business teams to make data driven decisions.

The Hadoop Developer will be supporting the migration over to the cloud so experience with AWS will be an advantage. You will have strong skills in HDFS and Impala, while experience with Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment and Automated Testing/Automated Deployment will be a big plus.

To summarise, the Hadoop Developer will have experience in:

  • Big Data
  • Hadoop
  • HDFS
  • Impala

Nice to haves:

  • AWS
  • Continuous Integration
  • Continuous Deployment
  • Automated Testing
  • Automated Deployment

Further to possessing the appropriate hands on technical experience, you will also be a strong communicator with the ability to liaise with business people and stakeholders at all levels.

If you are available and fit the above profile, please get in touch ASAP with your most recent CV.

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