Software Engineer, Backend Analytics

Seattle

Join the team that is helping users, creators and advertisers gain a deeper understanding of their audience and effectiveness within Pinterest. We process billions of signals per day to provide detailed insight using the latest technology at scale. As a engineer on the pinternet analytics team you will help us define, shape and deliver the next set of features and insights to enable our partners to be successful.

What you’ll do :
  • Design and build robust data workflows and services that power analytics.pinterest.com
  • Develop solutions to ensure we meet our data scalability needs
  • Collaborate with many teams - product, marketing, design and engineering to build better products for our customers
What we’re looking for :
  • 2+ years of software engineering industry experience
  • Proficient in Java or similar language
  • Experience with data workflow systems

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