Tech position in Gdańsk
As Airhelp continues to grow rapidly and is currently dominating the air compensation scene (following San Francisco’s Y Combinator), we are looking for a Data Engineer to join our Tech Team on a full-time basis.
Who we are looking for:
- Are you a kung-fu data wrangler who dreams in SQL?
- Are you a Kimball evangelist, ready to get your hands dirty with ETL?
- Do you have an insatiable appetite for growth and self development?
- Would you like to make a difference in the air passenger rights industry?
What you will do:
- Create and maintain company metrics, KPI’s and executive dashboards
- Build ETL pipelines that feed a data warehouse
- Deliver periodic reports to partners and third party vendors
- Support ah-hoc data requests from Finance, Legal and Marketing
- Be the superhero, unafraid of chaos, undefined requirements and ever-changing database structures
- Expect the CEO to ping you on Skype from time to time
- Learn, learn, learn
What we offer:
- At Airhelp, you will get a Mac and use cutting edge tools and state of the art, ultra fast, columnar data stores. We want your job to be cool!
- You will be compensated fairly and offered meaningful, annual salary reviews.
- We work and play hard; our summer and winter party is a special time when Airhelpers from all over the world fly to Gdansk for a night of fun.
- We create a friendly and flexible environment with unlimited potential for growth, because your success is our success!
More on AirHelp:
- BusinessInsider – 25 hottest New York startups
- FOX News – The AirHelp app helps passengers get their rightful compensation
- Disrupt – Winners of Disrupt 2014
- NBC – Company helps turn delays into cash for flight passengers
- CNBC – Bumped from a flight, app helps fliers collect airline fees
- TechCrunch – When airlines screw up your flight, AirHelp gets you paid
- Wired – Bumped From a Flight? This Startup Wants to Get You Paid
- Fast Company – How to make money when airlines ruin your trip
- Mashable – Top Y combinator startups to watch
- VentureBeat – Here are the 5 best startups from Y Combinator’s demo day
- Yahoo – Flight delayed for hours, This website can help