DATA SCIENTIST

Oslo
630000kr - 650000kr per annum

DATA SCIENTIST

MARKET RESEARCH

OSLO

OM SELSKAPET:

Harnham er engasjert i søket etter en Data Scientist til en global leder innen markedsundersøkelse. Organisasjonen spesialiserer seg innen å levere innsiktsrikt data basert på data og måling. Oppbemanningen skjer i forbindelse med noen nye, spennende prosjekter samtidig som et ønske om å forrike eksisterende prosjekter.

OM ROLLEN:

Som Data Scientist vil du:

  • Dypdukke i store datasettt og avsløre mønstre eller avvik som kan presentere forretningsmessig interressante innsikt.
  • Du vil samarbeide tverrfaglig med fageksperter for å kunne levere et helhetlig inntrykk til endebrukeren av din analyse.
  • Du vil presentere dine funn til faglige og ikke-faglige medarbeidere.
  • Du vil løse komplekse problemstillinger fra kunder, og velge passende fremgangsmetoder.

DINE KVALIFIKASJONER:

  • Du har MSc i et kvantitativt fag (Matematikk, Statistikk, Modellering & Data-analyse o.l.)
  • Du er fremoverlent, ydmyk og glad i å kommunisere
  • I karrieren har du brukt Machine Learning og Statistisk analyse
  • Du er «flytende» i Python eller R.
  • Du er ikke redd for å snakke din sak foran et publikum.

HVORDAN SØKE:

For å søke til denne rollen kan du melde din interesse via denne linken. Du kan også kontakte Elise på Harnham for å høre flere detaljer om rollen.

KEYWORDS:

Data Science, Data Scientist, R, Python, Statistics, Machine Learning, Complex Data Analysis, Signal processing, Market Research, Advanced analytics, Pattern recognition, Anomaly Detection

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