Data collector

Job description

We are looking for a public transport timetable data collector and manager. The successful

candidate will collect open and publicly available data online, reach out to companies that
have not yet made their data public, maintain the database of sources and check their
quality and validity.




  • Manage, maintain and track electronic documents and data;
  • Collect data online and track data sources; 
  • Communicate with data providers; 
  • Check the quality of the collected data and track changes/expiration dates; 
  • Use independent judgment in the field to solve emergent problems that arise during data collection or quality assurance (QA);
  • Report problems and questions about data collection to appropriate supervisors.


What we offer


The salary offered matches your experience, educational background, and job skills. We offer employee stock options, gym subscription and remote working with a flexible schedule. We also provide any equipment you would need for work. All this is possible as long as you are okay to work from around 10/11 am to 18/19 in GMT+2 and attend daily 11 am online stand-up meetings. We also have team gatherings in Kaunas office up to 3 times a year.





Job requirements

Skills required


  • Fluent English (written and spoken);
  • Strong communication skills;
  • Ability to follow rigorous data collection protocols and procedures;
  • Ability to estimate work scope and complete tasks within deadlines.

Not required but a bonus

  • Familiarity with Linux and command line;
  • Experience with data input and collection;
  • Experience with software testing and QA;