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Big Data Engineer, Mid in Herndon, VA at Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.

Date Posted: 3/27/2019

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Job Number: R0039022

Big Data Engineer, Mid

Key Role:

Ingest data from various structured and unstructured data sources into Hadoop and other distributed Big Data systems. Apply expertise in Big Data to supporting the sustainment and delivery of an automated extract, transform, and load (ETL) pipeline using a suite of COTS, GOTS, Java, and other tools. Validate data that is extracted from structured and unstructured data input, databases, and other repositories using scripts and other automated capabilities, logs, and queries and perform data extractions, data purges, or data fixes in accordance with current internal procedures and policies.

Basic Qualifications:

-3 years of experience with Big Data, systems, including Hadoop, Hive, and Pig
-Experience with ETL tools, including NiFi and StreamSets
-Experience with Java
-Experience with using Cloud services, including Amazon Web Services (AWS), Azure, or Google Cloud
-Ability to obtain a security clearance

-BA or BS degree

Additional Qualifications:

-Experience with Agile software development
-Possession of excellent oral and written communication skills
-BS degree in CS, Computer Information Systems, Information Systems, or a related field


Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information

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