Data Analyst (Contract)

Location:
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

Job Status:
Contract

Salary/Wages:
£350 - £400 /

Reference:
Ref J3432_1602670860

Skills:
  • Data Analyst, Data Engineer, Hadoop, AWS, Cloud, ETL

Industry:
  • IT

Title: Senior Data Analyst
Role: Contract
Duration: 12 Months
Location: Fully Remote – UK based (Essential)
Rate: £350-£400p/d+

We are looking for Data Analysts (on a contract basis) who have worked on a cloud migration projects, moving Data away from Hadoop. This is one of the most critical roles we have as it acts as bout a part of our development team and as a centre of growth. Therefore, it is essential that all contractors applying for this role have extensive experience working with Hadoop and AWS…

Main Duties and Responsibilities:

* Develop and promote a data-driven culture
* Generate hypotheses across many types of data
* Query and analyse big data
* Uncover high-value insights
* Guide decisions on product and feature roadmaps
* Present analysis conclusions to business stakeholders
* Partner with data engineering to manage data requirements such as schema requirements and data format to support high-quality deliverables
* Conduct effective analysis while adhering version control, documentation, and reproducibility

Key Skills/Background:

* “Must have” tech stack: AWS, Hadoop, SQL and Python
* Experience in Statistical Modelling & Data Cleansing Techniques
* Recent experience Migrating Data away from Hadoop

For more information, please contact Harry Calvert at TEC Partners and apply below.

Job Information

Job Reference: J3432_1602670860
Salary:
Salary From: £350
Salary To: £400
Job Industries: IT
Job Locations: Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Job Types: Contract
Job Skills: Data Analyst, Data Engineer, Hadoop, AWS, Cloud, ETL

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