Head of Data and Insight

Oslo
850000kr - 1000000kr per annum

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Chief Data Scientist

Oslo, Norway

Salary Negotiable

The company

Harnham have been retained on the search for a Chief Data Scientist for a leading agricultural companyThis opportunity is for a data literate evangelist who has experience with scaling solutions for predictive maintenance and sensor analytics. The business is a well known player in agriculture and invested in a large digitisation project.

The role

As the Chief Data Scientist, you will lead a multidisciplinary team and projects relating to advanced analytics. Combining domain data expertise and leadership skills, you will drive business value together with a small but high performing data team. You will:

  • You will lead the data science cohort through hiring, coaching, mentoring, career development and, when needed, hands-on data science Coordinate multidisciplinary excellence in providing solutions to business needs
  • Take part in the data strategy of the business and align data science practice with commercial objectives of the company.
  • Translate complex business problems into projects which you then will scope and implement with your team.
  • There will be a strong machine learning component to this role, and despite being a head of you will be expected to get your hands dirty and contribute to the development of robust machine learning products.

The benefits

  • Offices in the heart of Oslo
  • Competitive salary

Your qualifications

You will have:

  • Minimum 5 years commercial experience.
  • PhD or MSc in relevant field (Computer Science, Machine Learning etc).
  • Experience leading projects of a similar scope.
  • Stakeholder management skills.
  • Creative spirit.
  • Business language is Noregian so it is important that you master a Nordic language.
  • Experience within Supply Chain Optimization, Personalization, Recommender Engines and Operations Research is meritable.

How to apply

Please apply via the "apply here" link on this web page. For any further questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch with Sabine at Harnham.

Keywords

Chief Data Scientist, Senior Data Scientist, Data scientist, Head of Data, Machine Learning, Supply Chain Optimization, Failure detection, predictive maintenance, sensor analytics, agriculture, Python, Big data, backend big data, machine learning, artificial intelligence, recommendation systems, algorithms, tensorflow, theano, python, scikitlearn, numpy, scipy, advanced predictive analysis,

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850000kr - 1000000kr per annum

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