Microservices/Data Pipeline Engineer in Lehi, UT at ConsultNet

Date Posted: 7/24/2019

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Job Description

Microservices/Data pipeline Engineer

Location: Utah County

Contract to Hire or Direct Hire:

Target Pay: $60.00- $75.00 an hr. (120k-135k upon conversion)

Job Description:

We have a client who's looking for an Microservice architect who has development with big data and data pipeline technologies. The ideal candidate will be someone who can work with architects and technical management team to define the implementation of their data/communications infrastructure

Environment:

If you like to work for a world-wide known company that is an industry leader in the energy field this company is for you. They offer yearly bonuses based on performance up to 15% of your salary along with annual reviews with raises. They have a great 401k plan along with a great benefit package. There are some possible remote days working here also. Lunches along with snacks are always free in this laid-back environment.

Required Skills:

• 7+ years of web application experience

• 3+ years of Python Experience

• 3+ years of NodeJS Experience

• Microservices, DevOps, test automation

• Big data practices & tools

• Understand RESTful services

Bonus Skills:

• Communicates well, written and verbal






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