(Senior) Software Engineer
(Python and Java) (m/f/d) -
Remote (Germany)

As soon as possible we are looking for a (Senior) Software Engineer (Python and Java) (m/f/d) - Remote (Germany).

City: Frankfurt a.M.

Employment: Full time



Must haves:

  • University degree in computer science, other STEM major, or equivalent professional experience
  • 3+ years of experience as Data Engineer/ Data Analyst/ Developer or similar job
  • Very good knowledge of programming languages: Python and SQL.
  • Experience with relational databases (e.g. MySQL, PostgreSQL)
  • DevOps skills

Nice to have:

  • Knowledge in the AWS ecosystem and Kubernetes
  • Experience with AI or ML projects
  • Knowledge with programming languages Java, Scala and R
  • Experience with Neo4j and the query language Cypher
  • Experience with ElasticSearch / ELK
  • Experience in designing modern data architectures
  • Experience managing the data lifecycle and data quality
  • Experience with NoSQL databases and big data systems
  • Experience with Tableau or other BI tools


Your tasks

  • You will join the data team and shape data and technology driven solutions across creditshelf’s various teams (Risk, Sales, Marketing, etc).
  • You are instrumental in building and evolving our data architecture, which underpins our credit risk analysis as well as the analysis / business intelligence of the entire company.


What we offer

  • The possibility to work remotely within Germany
  • Support with Relocation
  • Flexible hours according to your needs
  • Various employee benefits and a flexible mobility budget
  • Regular team events
  • Working from abroad for 30 days per year
  • Paid Sabbatical after five years of being employed with creditshelf

    If you are interested in an exciting and innovative job and would like to work in a dynamic and growing FinTech environment, then you are the perfect talent for creditshelf. We are looking forward to your application! Please send us your resume and a letter of motivation.
Contact person
Therese Pauli
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