- San Francisco
- Ruby on Rails
One of Branch’s core values is ‘driven by data’. We believe in the power of data to drive product and operational decisions. As a Data Engineer you will build the platform and run data pipelines that manage data for both internal and external users. You will collaborate with team members across Engineering, as well as with our business and operations teams to help them solve their data needs. Your work will give teams visibility into how Branch’s financial products are being used and where we can improve to serve our customers better.
- You will work with teams to build and evolve data models and data flows to enable data-driven decision making.
- You will design alerting and testing to ensure accuracy and timeliness of Branch’s data pipelines.
- You will build and maintain our core data infrastructure systems (Redshift, Airflow)
- You will work with engineers across the company to identify key areas for data infrastructure improvement. You will identify the shared data across Branch, and build efficient and scalable data pipelines to meet the various needs across the teams at Branch.
- Strong engineering background and experience working with big data systems.
- Have experience developing and maintaining distributed systems.
- Have experience optimizing end to end performance of data pipelines.
- Have experience in writing and debugging ETL jobs.
- Have experience managing and designing big data pipelines.
About Branch International
Branch is a machine-learning provider of mobile financial services to emerging markets with the purpose of unlocking financial access to billions of underserved people around the world. Unlike traditional institutions, Branch gives people an opportunity to build credit despite limited banking history by assessing creditworthiness based on the data captured from customers’ smartphones.
At Branch, we are passionate about our customers, fearless in the face of barriers and driven by data.
- Ruby on Rails
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