Vacature in het kort - Short job description
A data engineer would be the linking pin connecting established data structures directly to CoE databases and applications, making data available to be used for predictive analytics initiatives faster and in a secure way. In addition, predictive analytics products are also able to always utilize the most up to data, since data is pulled directly from the databases ( e.g. SAP, Horizon, etc).
Hoe ziet jouw rol eruit? - What will your job look like?
To strengthen our Client IT organization for Business Group Dairy Essentials, FrieslandCampina seeks an experienced, hands-on Data Engineer for our Centre of Excellence on Predictive Analytics. As a Data Engineer you will act as the linking pin between the enterprise global data platform team and the predictive analytics team, being responsible for design, development and expansion of data assets that support machine learning, AI initiatives & reporting. You will be instrumental in enabling digital transformation in the company by building data pipelines that make data accessible for Machine Learning and AI initiatives, while also designing and building scalable solutions that output the results of these initiatives for business use.
As part of your role, you will be working in partnership with data scientists to understand use cases, data needs and objectives in order to reengineer legacy technology or manual approaches and build new solutions. You will be instrumental in automating and productionizing data science models, having the opportunity to grow a data science DevOps team for continuous improvement. To be set-up for success you should have prior experience with data architecture, ETL concepts and business data modeling, being able to make connections between events in the business and the effects of those in the data.
To be a successful in this position, you are/have:
Your salary is based on the weighting of your job, your experience and your training. FrieslandCampina offers not only a competitive salary but also training and education on the job because it’s important for our people to continue to grow. After all, your development is not only good for your career; our products also benefit from it. The mutual exchange of knowledge between colleagues is also evident on the work floor. It is, after all, the most effective way to learn.