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Senior Data Engineer
Confirmed live in the last 24 hours
Locations
Toronto, ON, Canada
Experience Level
Entry
Junior
Mid
Senior
Expert
Desired Skills
MySQL
Oracle
Postgres
Research
Snowflake
SQL
Tableau
Looker
Requirements
  • 6+ years of software engineering experience
  • Professional experience with relational databases that speak SQL (Postgres, MySql, MSSql, Oracle, Snowflake, etc)
  • An understanding of Business Intelligence tools, like Tableau or Looker, and the problems they solve
  • A desire to teach others with the communication skills needed to effectively share knowledge
  • A healthy appetite for being a technical mentor for other engineers
  • Empathy for users of the Lever product and internal users that work at Lever
  • Help the data analysts improve performance of pre-built Looker dashboards with optimizations and pre-calculated aggregations
  • Improve the experience of data analysts by providing them with better data environments to use for development
  • Automate continuous data quality and end-to-end service testing of data pipelines
  • Incorporate custom access control rules into the data available to end users of Lever
Desired Qualifications
  • Experience with data pipelines and both the common pitfalls and best practices for maintaining them is a plus
  • Knowledge of Looker is a plus, a desire to learn Looker is a must
  • This role includes a lot of technical freedom, so the ability to research technical solutions beyond those that already exist in our code base is a plus
Lever

201-500 employees

Talent acquisition suite platform
Company Overview
Lever's mission is to connect human potential to meaningful work. The company has the only platform that provides all talent acquisition leaders with complete ATS and robust CRM capabilities in one product, LeverTRM.
Benefits
  • Health, vision, &
  • dental insurance
  • Flexible time-off
  • Personal development stipend
  • Personal environment allowance
Company Core Values
  • Understand the why
  • Raise the bar
  • Don't trust comfortable
  • Choose reality
  • Support cross-functional empathy