Eagle Ray is currently seeking a Data Engineer to help support the Department of Defense, intelligence community, and federal civilian agencies.
Develop data flow diagrams depicting data movement through data centric architecture.
Provide recommendation to senior leadership to simplify end user processes and create better efficiencies.
Translates customer requirements into formal agreements and plans to culminate in customer acceptance or results.
Execute a wide range of process activities beginning with the request for proposal through development, test and final delivery. Anticipates future customer, industry and business trends.
Challenges the validity of given procedures and processes with a view toward enhancements or improvement. Creates innovative solutions to problems involving finance, scheduling, technology, methodology, tools and solution components. Leads team on large complex projects.
Provide capability to ingest and extract data.
Create repeatable, reusable procedures.
Deliver common services in support of architecture roadmap and Agency direction.
Work with a team to design, implement, and maintain new systems.
Provide guidance to the customer on best-practices.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Must have an active/current TS/SCI and be able to pass a CI Poly.
Must have at least five years' experience in technology consulting.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent training and experience. Master's degree preferred with advanced training in information technology.
Experience and knowledge of tools associated with counterintelligence and HUMINT collectors.
Experience in cloud technologies, data layers, microservices.
Experience with the following tools:
AWS, AWS Cloud and C2S
Database experience in SQL/NSQL
Experience and knowledge in software coding and unit level testing including:
Java, python, Ruby R
Knowledge of web services feeds.
Must be a diverse thinker and be able to work in a large group setting.
Write and edit technical documents and reports.
Write, edit, and produce contents for contract deliverables: reports, training materials, presentation slides, letters, fact sheets, diagrams, and capability.
Effectively communicate project expectations to team members and stakeholders in a timely and clear fashion.
Communicate formally and informally through existing forums to stakeholders at all levels, including senior leadership.
Travel may be required both inside and outside the Washington National Capital Region (NCR) and worldwide.