Rise Interactive (http://www.riseinteractive.com), a rapidly growing full-service interactive advertising agency, is looking to hire a Senior Data Engineer for our Innovation team in our Mexico City office! We are looking for a self-directed, detail-oriented individual who thrives in an entrepreneurial culture as we grow our quickly expanding client base.

Summary and Scope

Tired working on the same thing each day and then trapped by red tape when an opportunity to use a new technology comes along? As a Senior Data Engineer at Rise, you will be part of a team of talented engineers that builds and maintains Connex which is our industry leading, multi-channel media optimization platform. Help turn high-level business missions into fully architected end-to-end solutions involving heterogeneous sources, performant ETL application, integrated schema designs, and efficient data access patterns. Are you up for the challenge of being part of a company that continues to lead and disrupt the digital marketing landscape with its technology and innovation?


We operate a cross-functional team that specializes when needed but aims to have everyone able to contribute. Duties of the Senior Data Engineer include:

  • Contribute to the production code base and provide ongoing maintenance and support
  • Champion good team practices such as unit testing and build/test automation by mentoring and performing code reviews
  • Stay abreast of new and innovative trends in software development and the web and data software product space
  • Participate in technical discovery while collaborating with product managers, scrum masters, project managers, engineers, testers and designers throughout the product lifecycle

Required Skills: 

  • Bachelor's degree in a computer science or equivalent professional experience
  • Previous Experience in agile/scrum environments
  • 3+ years of relevant professional experience in a similar position
  • Smart, high aptitude to learn new things and sense of urgency to get things done.
  • Practical-minded – chooses stability/reliability/maintainability over shiny new objects
  • Passionate about technology – ideally you build things outside of work for fun 
  • Significant real-world experience developing real products at large scale
  • Previous hands-on experience with some or all of our tech stack
    • Python
    • Spark using PySpark
    • AWS Cloud (EMR, Lambda, EC2, Docker, S3, API Gateway, DynamoDB)
    • Microsoft SQL Server
  • Possess a positive and professional attitude as the Innovation team continues to help Rise grow as a company and industry leader


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