ADVANCED ANALYTICS SPECIALIST - PERSONALIZATION

Stockholm
50000kr - 800000kr per annum

ADVANCED ANALYTICS SPECIALIST - PERSONALIZATION

STOCKHOLM

If you are an Advanced Analytics wizard that's ready to work for one of the most famous brands that is recognized across the world, it's time for you to apply to this once in a lifetime position! My globally renowned client is looking for solutions and data driven leaders that can both work collaboratively across multiple verticals as well as build statistical models in SQL, R and Python to optimize personalization efforts across the platform.

THE COMPANY:

This groundbreaking company is beloved by millions across the world and has established its brand as the number one provider of accessible and personalized products.

THE ROLE:

As an Advanced Analytics Specialist, you will be highly self-sufficient and have generous experience with building out predictive models. Your quantitative insights will be used to optimize both the personalization and listening experience for customers who use their products every day. You will be:

  • Able to use tools like SQL, R and Python for high level predictive model and multivariate testing hands on, ex: linear and logistic regression, time series, A/B testing, decision trees, forecasting models, etc.
  • Working cross functionally and collaboratively across multiple teams.
  • Leading large-scale projects from beginning to end for the personalization team.
  • Mentoring and developing other advanced analysts on your team.
  • A vivid data storyteller with strong attention to detail.

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Degree in a STEM subject.
  • Expert proficiency in tools like and in SQL, Python and R to build out predictive and statistical models.
  • Ability to work within a team of analysts to execute complex and high-level projects.
  • Experience with generating technical insights for digital products.
  • Experience working in an e-commerce, streaming and/or Internet environment, preferred!

HOW TO APPLY:

Please register your interest by sending your CV to Elise Myhren via the Apply link on this page.

KEYWORDS:

Internet, Advanced Analytics Specialist, streaming, data driven, statistical analysis, SQL, Python, R, predictive models, statistical models, A/B testing, time series, multivariate analysis, product, e-commerce, personalization, linear regression, logistic regression time series, decision trees, forecasting models, storyteller

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