Priceloop helps e-commerce and retail companies to be more successful by using data-driven pricing decisions. Pricing is one of the most critical business challenges for our customers. However, today’s market standard is manual pricing or rule-based automation, which both are not truly data-driven. Our impact is enormous - our customers see revenue increases of up to 20%.
Our customers’ needs are diverse, and pricing software, like most data-intensive enterprise applications, can add the most value when it aligns with its end users’ workflows and business logic. To that end, we are building scalable foundational infrastructure software that enables customers to use data-intensive enterprise applications according to their specifications. We have big ambitions in changing how enterprise software is built and delivered, and we are seeking similarly ambitious professionals to join us in our journey.
This is an opportunity to be part of a new platform ecosystem in its early days. In this role, you will be part of the data engineering team where you will build and maintain our data platform which is the backbone for our pricing platform. You are also expected to collaborate with data scientists and software engineers for example on operationalizing machine learning models. You will also take an active part in shaping the company’s culture.
We are funded by one of Berlin's leading VCs and closed a funding round that enables us to quickly deliver towards our vision.
What we can offer to you:
What we expect from you:
You are a strong communicator, team player and like to bring in your ideas in a team discussion
You’re expected to move data from A to B in a smart and efficient way therefore you are expected to learn all the tools needed for this (e.g. Prefect, dbt, Pandas etc.)
You know how databases and SQL work
You have ideally gained experiences with modern agile software development practices like microservices, test-driven development, pair programming, CI/CD etc.
You ideally know how to write proper production code in one of the high-level languages such as Python, Go and/or Scala