Tech Lead (Data Platform)
Tech Lead (Data Platform) | Dunstable | Permanent
We have an exciting opportunity for a Tech Lead to work on our Data Platform, which is the centre of all insights and used for business and customer decision-making. Are you a technical visionary? Would you like to lead the technical work on a product that underpins the success of a FTSE100? If so, we’d love to hear from you!
About the role:
Acting as the technical lead for Whitbread Data Platform, the ideal candidate will be the technical visionary to make our Data Platform an exemplary, state of the art platform enabling our vision to be a data-driven organisation. The purpose of this role will be act as our Data SME, and architect Data Platform transformation using our tech stack, comprising mainly of Microsoft Azure Data products. This will be to enable self-service for widespread use of data and analytics capability by analysts, data scientists and users across organisation in an easy and user-friendly way, by design.
What you’ll be doing:
What you’ll need:
Common Data and Solution design approaches including;
Familiarity with Azure Cloud PaaS capabilities:
Demonstrable experience with automated build and container tools preferably Azure based, i.e., DevOps and Kubernetes.
Lambda Architecture and Big data processing techniques
Software Engineering patterns & standards
Real-time data processing
Cloud infrastructure designs for setup using ARM templates, terraform scripting
Programming experience with Python, Scala, Java or R.
Whitbread is an inclusive employer. We believe that everyone is unique and there should be no barriers to entry and no limits to ambition. We welcome your application whatever your background or situation. Under-represented groups such as women, ethnic minorities, people with disabilities & members of the LGBTQ+ community (those who identify as gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, trans sexual, non binary or use another term), are strongly encouraged to build a career with us. We are open to part-time and flexible working and, where possible, will try to support this.
07 Sep 2021