Transform an Industry. Transform Your Career.
We’re constantly innovating the mortgage industry, so we’re constantly looking for flexible, curious minds that thrive when collaborating to solve complex problems.
And once those problems are solved, they’re ready for whatever’s next.
On the Technology team, when you’re not busy revolutionizing the mortgage industry with the technology that you create, you’ll get personal time each week to work on whatever tech projects you want.
If you’re ready to transform an industry and transform your career, we want to hear from you.
The Data Warehouse Engineer for Big Data (DWE) is responsible for the full life cycle of the back-end development of a Hadoop data warehouse. Responsibilities include developing ETL processes, designing structured data models from unstructured datasets, and integrating data in Hadoop with an SQL Server data warehousing environment. Projects range from bringing in structured, semi-structured, and unstructured data to provide analytics and new insights that allow the business to make data-driven decisions. The DWE works closely with Business Analysts to work through business requirements and develop processes necessary to provide visibility into the data that is stored in Hadoop. The DWE helps ensure that Hadoop and MapReduce jobs are running optimally.
What’ll Make You Special
Why We're Different
Corporate politics not your strong suit? The anti-corporate culture of Quicken Loans gives our team members the initiative to build solutions together and grow both personally and professionally. At Quicken Loans, we’re in the business of putting roofs over our clients’ heads, but we certainly aren’t putting ceilings on our team members’ careers. If you’re interested in working in a place with a philosophy that’s truly different, apply today.
Quicken Loans is an equal opportunity employer.
Quicken Loans received the highest numerical score in the proprietary J.D. Power 2010 – 2016 Primary Mortgage Origination studies and the 2014 – 2016 Primary Mortgage Servicer studies. 2016 Origination (or Sales) based on 5,182 total responses and measures experiences and perceptions of consumers who originated a new mortgage, surveyed in July – August 2016. 2016 Servicing based on 7,542 total responses and measures experiences and perceptions of consumers with their current mortgage servicer, surveyed in March – April 2016. Your experiences may vary. Visit JDPower.com.