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Hadoop Developer

Sector: Development / Testing

Location: International

Type: Contract

Ref: BBBH62757_1631779859

Salary: Negotiable

Our customer, a global consultancy, is currently seeking a Hadoop Developer. This role can operate remotely.

The successful applicant will be acquainted with Software Development Life Cycle and demonstrated mastery in requirement analysis, designing, development, customisation, implementation, and Quality Assurance. Demonstrable experience designing technological solutions to complex data problems, developing & testing modular, reusable, efficient, and scalable code to implement those solutions

Applicants must have at least 6 years in the industry and at least 3 years in Hadoop and Java development. Understanding the integration of Spark (streaming and Batch), Flink, HBase, SQL and Kafka streaming. Working on IOT projects within the Logistics of Manufacturing sectors will be advantageous.



Our customer, a global consultancy, is currently seeking a Hadoop Developer. This role can operate remotely.


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