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\nData Processing Engineer– Emphasis on Elasticsearch / MongoDB / JSON / XML\n\nThe Opportunity:\n\nWe are looking for a Data Processing Engineer based in Phoenix Az with 2-3 years software engineering experience. For the right candidate remote work is a possibility with travel to Arizona several times per year.\n\nYou'll be developing and deploying tools for the processing and import/export of data into and out of large scale Elasticsearch and Hadoop environments.\n\nThe Day to Day:\n\n\n * Work to customer requirements for the import and export of data into various formats \n\n * Develop tools to automate this processing on a regular basis \n\n * Participate as a member of the application development team \n\n * Build back-end frameworks that are maintainable, flexible and scaleable\n\n\n\n\nRequirements:\n\n\n * 2-3 years of programming experience in Javascript (Node.js), Python, Ruby or Go\n\n * Experience working with any of Elasticsearch, MongoDB, MySQL, PostgreSQL or Hadoop\n\n * Strong preference for Elasticsearch experience with Logstash and Kibana\n\n * Experience working with data in JSON, XML and CSV data formats\n\n * Comfort doing development work on the Linux platform\n\n * Exposure to compute clusters and working with many terabytes of data \n\n * US Citizenship / Work Authorization\n\n\n\n\nBonus Points:\n\n \n * Operational experience with Hadoop, MongoDB, Redis, Cassandra, or other distributed big data systems\n\n * Mac OS X familiarity \n\n * BS or MS in a technology or scientific field of study\n\n * High energy level and pleasant, positive attitude!\n\n * Evidence of working well within a diverse team\n\n\n\n\nCompensation:\n\n\n * Salary commensurate with experience, generally higher than competitive industries\n\n * Comprehensive benefits package\n\n * Opportunities for advancement and a clear career path\n\n\n\n\nAbout Us:\n\nTerascope provides hosting and technical services for multi-terabyte scale Elasticsearch clusters. We assist customers with design and development and are building an Open Source tool suite to assist customers in building large scale applications. \n You can learn more on our web site.   \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to JavaScript, Elasticsearch, Python, Node, Ruby, Admin, Engineer, Linux, Sys Admin, Cassandra, Design, Digital Nomad and Travel jobs that are similar:\n\n $70,000 — $120,000/year\n
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