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Big Data Developer
Florida
JN -072018-7984

Job Description
ARC is looking for several strong big data developers to work on a major implementation we are currently engaged on in Jacksonville, FL. This is a long term (6 -12 months) position.  Preference would be to be onsite in Jacksonville, but remote work with periodic site visits will be considered.
Responsibilities include: 

  • Build Big Data pipelines using Apache Spark, NiFi and/or Oozie
  • Write code in one or more programming languages such as Python, Java and Scala
  • Adhere to approved life cycle methodologies, create design documents, and support testing
  • Resolves technical issues through debugging, research, and investigation.
  • Adhere to designs supporting business requirements as documented in agile user stories / tasks
  • Contribute to the design and develop high quality software for large scale Hadoop distributed systems
  • Loading and processing from disparate data sets using appropriate technologies including but not limited to, Hive, Pig, MapReduce, HBase, Spark, Storm and Kafka.
 
Qualifications 
  • Requires a bachelor's degree in area of specialty and 3 - 5 years of demonstrated development experience
  • Strong experience in MR, Hive and HBase technologies.
  • Experience in one or more programming languages like Python, Scala and Java
  • Strong communication skills
  • Experience in Agile methodology
  • Experience with HBase, Kafka and Spark.
  • Expert in Hive SQL and ANSI SQL - Great hands on in Data Analysis using SQL.
  • Ability to write simple to complicated SQL in addition to having ability to comprehend and support data questions/analysis using already written existing complicated queries
  • Familiarity in Dev/Ops using Chef, Jenkins or equivalent
  • Understanding of Big Data concepts and common components including YARN, Queues, Hive, Kafka
  • Experience with AWS preferred
  • Experience in Healthcare preferred
  • Experience with Denodo and/or AtScale a plus


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