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Data Engineer- Java

Location: Los Angeles

The company is the first ad management platform dedicated to video. It gives brands and agencies a single solution to serve, track, measure, and buy all of their digital video ad actively. The company sits at the center of the digital video ad eco-system, delivering more than one-third of all digital video ads. With the launch of Adtricity, a quality ranking system that evaluates publishers and online video advertisers, the company addressed the overall quality problem in the digital video advertising industry based on two pillars of measurement: viewability and verification.

The company is an end-to-end digital ad management platform enabling advertisers to create, transact, verify, and manage their digital video advertising in quality environments.  


  • Design and implement Big Data systems for batch and stream processing and fast analytics

  • Design and implement dimensional data models that scales

  • Partner with data scientists and analysts to explore structured and unstructured data to leverage business insights

  • Define and build scalable ETL workflows for reporting and analytics


  • Solid experience in Java

  • Deep understanding of crunching/SQL over very large data sets, as well as related technologies (Hadoop, HIVE/PIG, mapreduce-like systems)

  • Experience working in a fast-paced environment

  • Experience with ETL tools or working on ETL processes

  • Good sense of humor

Desirable Skills:

  • Experience with cloud computing or AWS technologies

  • NoSQL databases (like HBASE, Cassandra, MongoDb)

  • Infrastructure tools like fabric/Capistrano/Puppet/Chef and monitoring tools like Splunk / Nagios


  • Bachelor's and/or Master's degree in computer science. PhD is a plus (or equivalent industry experience)



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