Data Engineer

  • Engineering
  • Berlin, Germany

Data Engineer

Job description

Data Engineer


Grover is a fresh alternative to buying

Through us, you can subscribe to the latest tech instead of buying, and give things back at any time. We're on a mission to reinvent consumption, go easier on the world's resources, and make innovative tech products accessible to everyone. As our community is growing every day, we're now looking for a Data Engineer.



Your Role:


  • You will be member of our strong Data team of data engineers and data scientists
  • You will participate in design of Company wide Data Models
  • Together with team you will enhance our Operational Data Store, Data Warehouse and Data Marts
  • You will develop new and maintain existing ETL processes for external and internal data sources
  • You will be able to participate in development of our Machine Learning algorithms and learn about Artificial Intelligence systems


    Your Profile:

    • 3+ years experience in RDMS management and development
    • Experience with web-tracking and stream processing technologies
    • Team work
    • Proficient level in SQL
    • Good level in Python
    • Knowledge of No-SQL and Big Data is plus
    • Nice to have: Jenkins, GTM, ETL tools like Pentaho, Talend, Javascript

    What we offer you:

    • Entrepreneurial responsibility and flat-hierarchies
    • Ownership of your work
    • Fun at work
    • Modern, spacious office located in central Berlin
    • A fun workplace
    • Fresh Fruit & Drinks
    • Team Events


    About us

    Want to work with a small but very effective team, and help us change the world of consumption? Then you're in the right place. At Grover, we value entrepreneurship, intelligence, and speed in everything we do. We're a team of over 40 creative minds, from more than 16 countries – which means our aims, beliefs, and ways of working are influenced by many different perspectives. In our HQ, in Berlin Mitte, there's no room for hierarchy, and plenty of space for fun, collaboration, and rethinking the way the world does things.