Data Scientist - Consultancy

London
£55000 - £85000 per annum + Benefits

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OVERVIEW

This is an opportunity to join a leading global consultancy as a Data Scientist in their advanced analytics team.

You will join a UK team of 150 Data Scientists, Machine Learning Analysts and Artificial Intelligence Engineers (AI), working with some of the biggest brands worldwide, spanning across finance, technology, cyber, retail and public sector.

There are many roles on offer with this consutlancy ranging from "hands-on" technical positions to client-facing/project management positions. You will work closely with clients to help them better understand their data, ultimately helping them to overcome some of the toughest challenges posed by their data.

If you want to be part of a growing Data Science team with massive investment for 2018, as well as work on some of the most complex problems across a number of industries this is the role for you!

SKILLS AND EXPERTISE

To be considered for this position you must have the following:

  • A proven experience with Python or R
  • Experience working with large data sets
  • A breadth and depth of machine learning techniques
  • An ability to communicate complex projects to non-technical audiences
  • Strong communication skills

BENEFITS

As a Data Scientist you could earn up to £55,000 + benefits.

HOW TO APPLY

To be considered for this exciting opportunity, please submit your details using the Apply button on this page. Or for more information about other Data Scientist positions, please contact Nick Mandella at Harnham.

KEYWORDS

Python, R, Machine Learning, Hadoop, Hive, Spark, AWS, SQL, Modelling, Algorithm, MongoDB, Data Scientist, Data Science, Big Data.

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