Advanced Analytics Manager

London
£60000 - £75000 per annum + Benefits

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Advanced Analytics Manager

London

Up to £75,000 + benefits + bonus

If you're looking for a way to develop your existing skill set into a more data science focused space, this is a rare opportunity to do so. A leading online brand are looking for talented analysts and programmers to join their technology practice and delivery advanced analytics and data science solutions. If you've got existing commercial experience within SAS, R, Python, SQL or C++ and a strong educational background - this could be the chance for you.

THE ROLE

  • You will join the advanced analytics team at an exciting point in their growth, having already established themselves as leaders in their field for data and analytics solutions.
  • They have spent the past year investing and growing their data science and advanced analytics function and are open to bright and passionate analysts joining and developing on this.
  • To start, you would be utilising your current skill-set in projects and will be trained up in their technology centre of excellence before being exposed to more traditional data science projects that will include a range of machine learning and algorithmically focused problems to solve.
  • This is a rare but exciting opportunity to be given the chance to move into a competitive and highly sought after industry.

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

The successful Consultant will likely have the following skills and experience:

  • Educated to a degree level within a numerate or computer focused discipline from a leading university
  • Proven commercial experience in a data focused or analytically driven role
  • Strong technical skills in one of the following tools - R, SAS, Python, Matlab, SQL, C++
  • Proven ability to translate technical into non technical for a variety of stakeholders

APPLY

Hit the apply button to hear more today, or contact Talitha now!

VAC-42815/TBG
London
£60000 - £75000 per annum + Benefits

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