We’re on a mission to help organizations contextualize the environment they operate in.
At Echo Analytics, we work with companies from all over the world. We create, combine, and convert thousands of public and private datasets into meaningful geospatial insights and provide the most accurate commercial Point of Interest (POI) product and mobility insights available in Europe.
What do we do?
We provide companies with fuel to power their products with high-quality geospatial-based datasets. We use data science, machine learning, and human feedback to build the most comprehensive geospatial datasets and insights available in Europe and rapidly expanding.
Echo partners with companies from multiple industries such as retail, mobility, smart cities, real estate, advertising, market research, and financial services.
Who are we looking for?
We are looking for an intermediate Data/Software Engineer to contribute to enhancing our Data Lake in designing and developing new data pipelines.
To be successful as a Data Engineer, you should have prior software development and big data experience, be able to collaborate with team members, be a strategic problem-solver and be an inspiring big data visionary.
As an intermediate Data/Software Engineer, you’ll be joining the R&D team.
Our stack runs on Google Cloud Platform. You will work in an environment made up of Data Lakes (BigQuery, etc.), data streaming platforms (Pub/Sub, Dataflow..), orchestration and scheduling platforms (Airflow), and modern deployment (Terraform), and management platforms (GCP). Moreover, you will participate in data modeling activities and design of data flows until their implementation and support in production.
This is a unique opportunity to join, build and grow a successful start-up leading its market, from the early stages.
Your Role at Echo
We’re currently scaling the team and hiring talents to grow faster. You will contribute to :
What we’re looking for:
What we offer:
The opportunity to join an early-stage fast-growing start-up and to scale with us
Echo uses Geospatial Data to provide a real picture of the world and its movement, helping companies and organisations answer complex business questions.