- West Chester, PA, USA
- Permanent, Full time
Database Engineer 1 – Quantitative Research Group
Location: West Chester, PA, USA
The Quantitative Research Group is a fast-growing, hands-on development and operations team responsible for data estimation, algorithmic analytics, data management and process improvement. The group conceives, designs, implements, and operates algorithms to produce unique client-facing data sets. The team also engineers tools and processes to achieve leaps forward in productivity and quality.
The Database Engineer 1 role manages and develops client-facing estimated, analytical, and value-added data sets. Tasks include developing estimation algorithms, programmatic implementation, continuous improvement, data management, and documentation. The Database Engineer 1 also seeks to improve the productivity and quality of processes and analytical programs. The role also serves as a subject matter expert for their datasets, supporting clients, sales, and colleagues on their use, methodology, and interpretation.
- Develop innovative data products from large data sets
- Design and implement data processing operations
- Identify opportunities and execute programmatic solutions to improve productivity
- Applying analytical skills to interpret business functions, understand functional requirements, and research and resolve system problems.
- Contribute to the ongoing development of standards and best practices
Required Minimum education and work experience required for this position include:
- BA or BS degree with course work in economics, finance, statistics, or related fields
- Excellent academic record
- Numerical or statistical programming experience
- Knowledge of foreign languages is preferred, but not required
Preferred To be successful, a candidate must possess
- Superior analytical skills problem solving ability
- Structured reasoning, balancing attention to detail with effective execution
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to work effectively with clients and colleagues
- Motivation and initiative to take responsibility and make independent, well-reasoned decisions
- Judgment and capability to manage uncertainty
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