Prototype & Solution Engineer

Location: Denver, CO

Department: Solutions

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Experienced

The Role

Work on the Solutions team as Senior Developer to prototype new data services and build tools and creative data solutions for big enterprises. The job traverses the realms of raw data ingest, ETL, storage, services, and on through the front-end where it may call for the construction of tools for non-developers to visualize, extract, and even manage data themselves.

The Solutions team is primarily focused on complex deal architectures with custom combinations of data and services. We work on the most pivotal Enterprise partnerships at FullContact, but they often require some extra creativity and technical stitching to make them successful. We develop point solutions for many of the clients, often acting at once as a ‘last-mile’ mechanism to enable them when they don’t have the resources or time, but also as a leading edge for new product development.

What You’ll Do

  • Take feedback from Solutions team on technical problems and architect solutions
  • Leverage your knowledge of data systems and applications to prototype these new point solutions
  • Meet with clients and prospects on calls and in person to scope problems and present solutions
  • Creatively build out prototypes and craft novel ideas to solve the problems at hand
  • Train engineers across the organization, and handoff point solutions for productization
  • Act as a “data handyman” building audiences, ingesting data, ETL-ing schemas, and ultimately producing data files for delivery to customers
  • Be scrappy, resourceful, and able to own a problem end to end

Your Traits

  • You are creative and enjoy solving problems
  • You are curious. You look for the root cause of issues and are a life learner
  • You are collaborative and love working with people, whiteboarding and designing hard problems
  • You have got grit and recognize that the harder things in life are more rewarding
  • You are empathetic for both customers and team members

Necessary Skills

  • 5+ years of experience building large scale software
  • Good understanding and experience of computer algorithms
  • Solid foundation of what APIs are, how they should operate and how to integrate
  • Some frontend experience
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Experience with multiple types of database (SQL, NoSQL, Memory, etc)
  • Familiar with several AWS offerings
  • Git experience
  • Solid Linux foundation
  • Customer focused
  • Authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis

 

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