Data Scientist

Stockholm
582768kr - 701480kr per annum

Data Scientist

550 000 - 660 000 SEK

Stockholm, Sweden

An exciting opportunity for a Data Scientist, with a strong element of Natural Language Processing and Recommender Engines.

THE COMPANY

Join an exciting publisher that are using technology to disrupt how readers experience their product. This role will involve machine learning and natural language processing within a small but strong analytics team. Their mission is to move away from the norm and disrupt PR and journalism.

THE ROLE

As a data scientist at this innovative company, you will be working on a number of interesting use cases geared towards improving client experience.

  • Develop machine learning algorithms for content recommendation.
  • Machine learning and natural language processing for categorization.
  • Collaborate with analysts to extract advanced insights on effect of content.
  • Collaborate with data engineers to deploy machine learning algorithms

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Extensive knowledge and use of Python, SQL and AWS.
  • Proven experience building machine learning models.
  • Experience with Natural Language Processing and Text analytics.
  • MSc in Applied Mathematics, Mathematics, Computer Science or any other related subject.

THE BENEFITS

  • This is an opportunity to join a company which is backed by one of the world's largest media groups.
  • Strong knowledge sharing culture.

HOW TO APPLY

Please register your interest by sending your CV to Sabine Odfjell via the Apply link on this page. For more information about similar roles, please get in touch!

KEYWORDS

Data Scientist, Data Science, NLP, Natural Language Processing, Machine Learning, NLTK, Recommenders, Recommender enginges, Jouralism, PR, Python, SQL, AWS


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582768kr - 701480kr per annum
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  2. Natural Language Processing

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