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Geospatial data analyst (SQL)

Belgium, Brussels

Job description

We are looking for a geospatial data analyst to help us maintaining and enriching our worldwide postal database.
GeoPostcodes is a fast growing Belgian tech company; our datasets are used around the globe by Fortune 500 companies and are essential to creators of geolocation products. Our customers include McKinsey&Company, Apple, Pinterest,, Nike, SAP, DHL and many others.

You will

  • Be part of our expert data team, keeping our datasets up to date and extending them with new information/features
  • Leverage your data processing knowledge to interact with millions of data records
  • Ask the team if we have a backup after you've messed up with data
  • Extend your geographical data processing knowledge, both on the programming (e.g., PostgreSQL) and visualization (e.g., QGIS) sides
  • Explore possible data sources and elaborate solutions to integrate them into our products
  • Contribute to the product development roadmap through the combination of customer's feedbacks with your expertise and ideas
  • Win all the geography Trivia in your family

Join a team of passionate industry experts. We care about results, we care about quality, we care about our families. You'll be working in a fun, informal environment with flexible hours and a focus on growing our products and company in a sustainable way.

Job requirements

  • You are passionate about data processing and eager to apply it in the world of master geographic data
  • You hold a Master's Degree in Computer Science, Bio-Engineering, Geography or related fields, with specifications in data processing or GIS
  • You consider SQL as a friend you would enjoy spending more time with (familiarity with PostGIS or programming languages such as Python, PHP or bash is a bonus)
  • You already know or want to discover GIS solutions (QGIS, ArcGIS, FME, etc.)
  • You have strong analytical skills and are a quick study
  • You are willing to constantly improve the solutions in place and to take ownership of some developments
  • You have at least an upper-intermediate level (B2) in English and either Spanish or Chinese