Tech Lead DWH/BI at sustainable mobility Start-up – München, Germany. €75k – 95k

Tech Lead DWH/BI at sustainable mobility Start-up. About this job

Job type: Full-time
Experience level: Senior, Lead
Industry: Agile Software Development, Automotive, Mobility
Company size: 11–50 people
Company type: VC Funded

Technologies

Tech Lead DWH/BI at sustainable mobility Start-up. Job description

Join finn to make mobility fun & sustainable.  Play a key role to fulfill our mission to build the most popular mobility provider in the world. We launched, in 2019 offering an all-inclusive car-subscription in Europe.

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Objectives

At finn we create software that will manage thousands of vehicles and customers on a daily basis. You have the chance to join this team early on and work independently on our product. If your coding skills are known around the globe, and you love to contribute your ideas and engineering skills to a growing company in the heart of Munich then apply now.

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We strongly believe in:

  • Best software to support business: Together with your team, you ship new features for our cloud platform. Thereby you actively participate in delivering the best software possible for our customers and business units
  • Strive for excellence: You strive to deliver the best possible experience for our users by empowering them through an effective software.
  • You build it, you run it: You build features with an “you build it, you run it” mindset and are responsible for testing, deployment and monitoring of your code. Yes, we believe in Serverless

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Tech Lead DWH/BI at sustainable mobility Start-up. Your profile

  • You have a Master’s degree (or equivalent) in Computer Science or similar
  • 3+ years experience with traditional DWH, ETL, API integrations and SQL is a must
  • 3+ years experience with Pipeline-Tools
  • 1+ year experience with Snowflake or similar
  • 1+ year experience with Fivetran, Stitch or similar
  • Experience (3+ years)  in (multi-) team lead role. Managing people is just as exciting as managing software
  • Experience in building and working in high-performance, strong cross functional DWH/BI development teams (Coding skills is a must)
  • Passion for shipping CI/CD is a must. Putting code live every day is a given
  • “Never-stop-learning” attitude and a desire to develop and grow
  • Passionate about people, and improving the environment in which they work
  • You are fluent in English

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Our profile

  • Founders who understand the importance of tech and DWH / BI needs
  • We strive to make mobility fun & sustainable and build the most popular mobility provider
  • We are a dynamic team with great ambitions in the heart of Munich (Marienplatz)
  • We live in a culture of trust and personal responsibility. Every idea and every opinion is welcome
  • We love and live an agile work environment. We work as a SCRUM team, with open boards, regular retros and daily stand ups
  • We value our joint lunches and team activities
  • We believe in DevOps, continuous integration and testing
  • An open-minded tech organization with a “best tool for the job” attitude. Freedom to choose your tools and technology given plenty of room for learning and experimentation
  • Choose your work equipment, accessories, editors and tools which make you the most comfortable
  • Excellent fixed salary
  • 2,000€ yearly personal development budget: We constantly motivate and fund you to learn, grow and advance your potential

Interested in joining?

We’re looking forward to your application. #Tech Lead DWH/BI at sustainable mobility Start-up

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