Elastic Search/Stack Developer

    Transportation Tracking
    West Sussex
    £45,000 to £50,000 (DoE) + Benefits
    21601 DCA

    Elasticsearch / Elastic Stack developer/engineer required to advance our client’s real-time and data analysis platform.

    The Position:

    Our client is currently transitioning to the Elastic stack and the successful candidate will therefore be responsible for turning its product into a real time reporting platform that can hold the company’s different datasets. You will produce innovative insights in public transport and create the platform to drive exciting visualizations – and even create those visualisations. This will involve:

    • Building and tuning Elastic instances, making effective use of clustering, replication and security
    • Reviewing and recommending solutions for data ingestion and developing appropriate data pipelines
    • Reviewing and developing reporting tools and dashboards for data presentation
    • Researching BI solutions
    • Pulling data from various sources and combining them into useful datasets

    The Candidate:

    Self-reliant, creative and ideally with an interest in or experience of transport or tracking projects, applicants will need to demonstrate proven experience with Elasticsearch or big data platforms for business intelligence/analytics plus knowledge of:

    • Elastic stack (Creating indexes, nodes clusters and use of the API)
    • Logstash and/or other pipeline integration tools
    • Kibana and custom scripting with for example painless
    • XPack
    • Linux and scripting (bash or Python)
    • GIT

    The Company:

    An exciting global technology company providing solutions for the public transport sector, our client combines the flexibility and creativity of a small company with the reach and stability of a large organization.  Its UK business develops a fully featured and successful real-time public transport information system involving everything from tracking vehicles to distributing information via web applications, mobile apps and big data reports.


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