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Oseberg is a young company that’s growing fast because we offer a compelling new approach to leveraging oil & gas data. Hundreds of geologists, engineers, landmen and business people in the oil & gas industry use our software and data sets. Oseberg enables these users to discover new opportunities, scout their peers and competitors, and execute their own strategies at an precedented scale and speed.
Software Engineer, DATA Team
At Oseberg our data are our lifeblood. The DATA (Data, Acquisition, Transformation, and API Development) Team ensures that our data are the industry standard. The team and the organization hinge on effective software systems for processing those data and your job will be ensuring that we are up to the challenge. As a software engineer on the DATA Team at Oseberg you will work within a cross-functional team of product managers, engineers, and analysts to build and improve systems for acquiring, analyzing, and processing disparate sources of data.
You will gain expertise with leading processing techniques, technologies, and programming languages.
Who We’re Looking For
We’re looking for inspired engineers who satisfy our core requirements:
- Has demonstrable experience designing and building data pipelines.
- Takes pride in their work and derives joy from the value it provides.
- Is not intimidated by lack of present knowledge because they have confidence in their ability to learn, i.e. you live to grok not the other way around.
- Has excellent communication skills. Candidates should be comfortable explaining their decisions as well as actively listening to input from their teammates.
- Is respectful of their teammates and their unique perspectives on life and code.
More specifically, a successful candidate will have the following competencies:
- Scala (or other strong Functional Programming experience)
- Postgres (or other strong SQL experience)
- Linux (or other strong *nix experience)
Experience with the following technologies is a plus:
- Atlassian Products (Jira, Confluence, Stash)
Bonus point if you can provide a comprehensible reply to the question, “What is a monad?”
Email Jordan Parmer (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more details.