Hello. Corporate forced us to publish this ad as is, even though it’s the most generic job description you'll ever see. Luckily, they did not mention anything about adding stuff to it (or maybe they did and we just don't care). So we, your helpful friends and soon to be co-workers from Engineering decided to help you out.
Hitachi Vantara combines technology, intellectual property and industry knowledge to deliver data-managing solutions that help enterprises improve their customers experiences, develop new revenue streams, and lower the costs of business.
What we love about the beautiful piece of text above is that it has so many words and it still fails spectacularly at giving you the slightest clue of what we do. Here's our take:
Hitachi Vantara builds products and platforms that power solutions in Big Data, IoT and more generically Data Management, Analysis and Visualization space. Some quick examples:
This position will work as a member of the Software Engineering team to develop and maintain parts of the Pentaho Community and Lumada software suite.
As we said before, Pentaho is an Open Source Big Data Analytics platform. We help build it. By joining us, you'll work as part of a lean, agile organization and will be able to leverage your tech skills to build awesome User Interfaces for our product lines
yeah, I know, shocker, right? Who would’ve thought we’d want that from a developer?
We actually expect you to document the stuff you code. I know… another shocker
You'll have to talk to people and people will have to understand what you say - pretty low bar, we're sure you've got it!
Your profile: Reliable, self-motivated, and focused on high-quality delivery of work products; Skilled in navigating the dynamics of working as part of a team; Excellent written and verbal communication skills in a team environment; Personal drive to be the best at their job**Main requirements**
We managed to get the geek requirement in. That’s mandatory. You should know why Christmas = Halloween and find it funny even after you heard it 25 times.
Because that’s what a developer does and that’s why we pay you.
This would be nice, because it means someone has taught you (or at least tried to) some SW Engineering concepts which might be useful.
We work a lot with the other engineering groups in the organization, so being able to speak, write and understand English is pretty important. And for the record, just because you can order beers in English while you’re on vacations doesn’t mean you can engage in a technical conversation. Sometimes the technical conversation is followed by beers, but that’s a different situation.
We don’t feel like teaching you everything
Nice to have
We use agile, mainly SCRUM, sometimes Kanban when that is a better solution. Knowing
the process will help
As you know or should know, knowing several languages and paradigms leads to better problem-solving
We had to ask for this one since we have a tradition of people bringing in cakes to celebrate pretty much everything. We’re the fittest, most handsome engineering team around. Trust us!
If you ever get to retire, then the company will pay you something for as long as you live
Because sometimes the code wins, but at least your family will get good money
We are an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability
This is true. The only valid reason to discriminate against someone is if that person persists on not using brackets when the then clause only has one statement.
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