Data Scientist

Eindhoven, North Brabant
€55000 - €75000 per annum + BENEFITS

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Data Scientist- Telecommunications
Eindhoven- the Netherlands
€55000 - €75000 + Benefits

This is an exciting opportunity to work for one of the biggest telecommunication companies in the Netherlands. The company is growing rapidly and are expanding their Data Science team.


The core of this business is a desire to put customers first and offer high quality products. The company is growing rapidly and everyone likes the challenge to do things different than others and think out of the box. You will be welcomed in an international and driven team!


  • Solve complex problems and develop algorithms that can process large amounts of data
  • Advise colleagues on best practice Big Data Analytics methodology
  • Advise colleagues on processes for analytics insight generation, data and technology
  • Identify new data sources and evaluate emerging technologies for data discovery usage
  • You will be the expert in Big Data Analytics, advising on the suitability of Big Data products
  • Translating complex datasets into key strategy insight and powerful capabilities


  • Master's degree preferably in Computer Science or Mathematics
  • Experience with data visualisation tools such as Tableau
  • Extensive experience with R, Python, SQL or C
  • Excellent communication skills and fluent in English (Dutch is a bonus)
  • Knowledge and interest in machine learning and artificial intelligence


Flexible working hours, 30 days' leave and lease car


Please register your interest by sending your CV to Sophie ten Berge via the Apply link on this page


R, Python, NoSQL, SQL, Matlab, Tableau, Telecom, Information Technology and Services, Computer Software, Eindhoven, Data Scientist

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