The Amazon Advertising Yield team is looking for a talented Senior Data Engineer to play a key role in implementing our next generation datamart solution and making use of latest machine learning and big data technologies to provide deeper insights on the efficacy of our ad products and proprietary targeting solutions, delighting our customers with highly relevant marketing efforts.
As a Sr. Data Engineer on the Yield team, you will have the opportunity to work on one of the world's largest consumer and Advertising datasets, as well as influence the long-term evolution of our analytical capability. You should be able to develop, implement, test, document, and operate large-scale, high-volume, high-performance data structures for the Amazon Media organization.
The ideal candidate will have extensive experience with traditional Data Warehouse (DW) concepts and have the aptitude to incorporate new approaches and methodologies while dealing with big data. The candidate should be enthusiastic about learning new technologies and be able to implement solutions using these technologies to empower internal customers and scale the existing platform. You should have excellent business and communication skills and be able to work with business owners to develop and define key business questions, then build the data sets that answer those questions. You should be expert at designing, implementing, and operating stable, scalable, low cost solutions to flow data from production systems into the data warehouse and into end-user facing reporting applications.
* Full ownership of the Advertising Yield infrastructure building controls and mechanisms to ensure data availability and fidelity. * Partner with internal tech teams to identify process and system improvement opportunities. * Translate complex or ambiguous business problem statements into analysis and reporting requirements. * Adopt AWS tools to enable faster read/write capabilities in our infrastructure.
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