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Data Engineer II

Job Group: Research
Job Subgroup: Data Analysis Services
Salary Range (Annual): 64: $60,184 (Minimum)
Employee Category: Academic Staff
Job Code: RE065
  • Job Summary:
    Contributes to a research agenda set by a lead researcher by creating automated processes for preparing and analyzing data at scale. Plays a leadership role and may lead a team and/or personnel.
  • Job Responsibilities:
    • Prepares data sets for current and future analysis including cleaning/quality assurance, transformations, restructuring, and integration of multiple data sources and may use technologies that support data at scale
    • Implements data analysis steps in collaboration with data scientists, statisticians, and/or other researchers and may use technologies that support data at scale
    • Organizes both data preparation and analysis steps into reproducible pipelines that can process similar data sets automatically
    • Selects appropriate technologies and optimizes pipelines for performance
    • Develops, constructs, tests, and maintains architectures for large-scale data management and analysis
    • Serves as an institutional subject matter expert and liaison to key internal and external stakeholders regarding automated data management and analysis at scale for research and represents the interests of large-scale data management and analysis for research
    • May supervise the data-to-day activities of staff and resolves routine personnel issues
  • Education:
    Bachelor's Degree Preferred Minimum
  • FLSA Status:
    Exempt
  • Institution Job:
    No
  • Required Supervisory Duty of at Least 2.0 Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) Employees:
    No
  • Employee Category:
    Academic Staff
  • Scaled Job:
    No
  • Salary Range (Annual):
    64: $60,184 (Minimum)
  • Job Code:
    RE065: Data Engineer II
  • Link directly to this job title: https://hr.wisc.edu/standard-job-descriptions/?q=RE065

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