QinetiQ comprises teams of dedicated people; experts in defence, aerospace, security and related markets. We draw on our extensive technical knowledge and intellectual property to provide the know-how and support to solve some of the world’s most challenging problems. Our people make the critical difference to customers by providing unique approaches to problem solving. Why don’t you join some of the world’s finest scientific and technical minds and help us make tomorrow work today?
Job description/Person specification
Based in Farnborough and/or London we are looking for a an experienced Data Engineer to work in an established team of Data Analysts. The team has a portfolio of projects for Security, Defence and Commercial customers, and the team includes Data Science specialists, systems engineers and Human Science practitioners as well as software/system engineers. The team also supports projects across the whole company, that include producing solutions for leading-edge applications in Big Data, some DevOps projects, applications requiring models of complex systems and applications requiring Enterprise level integration of components. Increasingly these solutions exploit Agile development and Cloud based services.
Overall Purpose of the Job:
The successful candidate will have substantial experience of working with data-intensive projects, and a curiosity to work in a variety of domains, with a variety of technology stacks including different programming languages (Java, Python, R, Scala, or C++). You will be knowledgeable in Open Source techniques and tooling & have experience in design, development, test and integration of quality software.
Experience of technical supervision of less experienced staff would also be an advantage.
Experience working in a customer-facing role is desirable, as the role will require some time working on customer sites. The ability to think clearly and creatively, communicate openly, collaborate, and influence a range of stakeholders are all required.
Desirable Experience of some or all of the following would be useful: