Platform Engineer

Global Fintech Powerhouse

We havepartnered with an industry-leading financial services firm. With more than 5000global employees and almost $2 billion in revenue, they are one of the top 3 financialservices platforms.  

The Platform Engineer will be part of a team supporting all business and support functions for a wide range of cloud-based big data solutions. This is a formative opportunity to influence and innovate as part of the new CDO function. In this role, the platform engineer will partner with the platform architect and various IT engineers and architects to design and engineer a new cutting edge cloud data platform.


  • Partner with AWS and IT teams to design and deploy a cloud big data platform that is fit for purpose and in line with business goals and objectives
  • Develop and support features for platforms such as AWS S3 and Redshift
  • Contribute towards the definition and SDLC adoption of strategic enterprise platform architecture standards including partnering with Data Architecture on naming and modelling standards supporting data at rest (logical and physical models) and data in motion (messaging, API’s)
  • Provide design and technical support for application teams that are re-architecting legacy/batch data solutions into more modern, event-based technical solutions for on-prem and the public cloud (AWS)

Required Skills:

  • 5+ years experience as a cloud database engineer with a proven track record of delivery
  • Expertise with AWS infrastructure such as S3, Redshift, Glue, and Athena required
  • Working experience with python or ansible for the purposes of developing a software defined infrastructure
  • Experience engineering and supporting enterprise-level big data platforms is required
  • Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Systems Engineering, Computer Science or similar technical discipline
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