Working Student Data Engineering (m/f/d)

We are looking for a Working Student Data Engineering (m/f/d) for the next possible date.

City: Frankfurt a.M.

Employment: Part

Your Tasks:

 

As a working student in our Data Team:

  • You will build micro services running on Kubernetes
  • You will interact with new technologies and concepts
  • You will be contributing to our international team as any other team member
  • You will have a fun time and develop yourself 

Requirements:

 

Must haves:

  • STEM major, at least in your second year at a University or a University of Applied Sciences (FH)
  • SQL experience (JOINs are in your comfort zone)
  • Good Python skills (relevant alternatives: Java)
  • Docker and building APIs
  • Very good English (written and spoken)
  • You are very reliable

Nice to have:

  • Previous experience handling data in a professional environment
  • ETL pipelines
  • Experience with AWS, specifically Kubernetes
  • Interest in statistics and machine learning
  • Good German skills


Benefits:

  • The chance to change the world of finance 
  • Room to grow: Become part of a fast-growing fintech company and help expand a rapidly growing business area within the company
  • Strong process involvement right from the start & encouragement through active task design
  • Continuous support for your development - we are experts in what we do and we want to share our knowledge!
  • Flat hierarchies & dynamic team structure (full member & pragmatic role allocation)
  • Real appreciation for your contribution - we believe in the value you create! 
  • Easy mobility through a job ticket
  • Employee conditions for the gym... and much more!

If you are interested in gaining experience within an exciting and diversified field and in working in a dynamic and growing FinTech environment, don’t hesitate to send us your CV and a motivational letter. We look forward to getting to know you!

Ansprechpartner
creditshelf_TheresePauli
Therese Pauli
+49-69-3487724-19
karriere@creditshelf.com
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