Senior Data Engineer - Handshakes

Job ID: 3965

Senior Data Engineer

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

The role

Handshakes is an award-winning DataTech company. We enable our clients to make safer, more informed decisions by delivering meaningful insights, harnessed from reliable data.

We are looking to hire an experienced Senior Data Engineer to be part of our Data Engineering team in our Kuala Lumpur office.  The Senior Data Engineer will be part of our highly talented and motivated Data and AI Team.

As a Senior Data Engineer, you will be responsible for designing and implementing resilient and scalable data pipelines.  With your years of experience, you will partner with the different pillars of the Data and AI, Engineering, and Product teams to meet their data engineering needs.

The Senior Data Engineer will have responsibilities such as, but not limited to:

  • Building, deploying and managing data solutions that are scalable and efficient for a growing data driven company
  • Build out scalable and reliable ETL pipelines and processes for data injection of a large number of data from various data sources
  • Architect and design data infrastructure on cloud
  • Mentor more junior engineers

As an experienced Senior Data Engineer, you would have:

  • A proven track record of designing, building, monitoring and managing large-scale data products, pipelines, tooling and platforms
  • Demonstrable experience in building data processing pipelines in Scala, Python, SQL, Spark, HDFS
  • Understanding and exposure with large scale distributed systems such as Hadoop and Kubernetes
  • Knowledge of at least one programming language, e.g. Scala, Python, Java


We are not engaging with recruitment agencies.  If interested, apply here or send your profile or inquiries directly to [email protected]

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