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An award winning legal start up is looking for a Data Engineer to work in a new team building a Greenfield product based on machine learning, especially natural language processing.

About the role

The COVID-19 crisis has hit the legal sector hard, despite this the company has continued to grow, securing its seed funding in April and allowing the business to continue their extraordinary growth plan. Their vision is to build products that revolutionise the way that land and property transactions are accomplished, using technology to pinpoint the legal risks involved.

As the Data Engineer you will be involved in every stage of the product development life-cycle, developing data pipelines and building a new data warehouse. The role would allow you to have a large influence on the company’s growth and give you the opportunity to work collaboratively with a cross functional team of data scientists, software engineers and product owners to deliver high impact services.

What skills do you need?

  • A Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science/Engineering , equivalent technical field or equivalent technical experience
  • Proven experience with Python and SQL
  • Worked on Apache Airflow based data warehousing and ETL systems

What can they offer you?

In addition to a competitive salary, an excellent benefits package includes a £1000 learning and development budget and flexibility on working from home a few days a week. They have a great Central London location in a fantastic modern office space although the majority are currently working from home.

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