Senior Data Scientist

Barcelona
Up to €70000 per annum

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Senior Data Scientist

Barcelona

€ 50.000- 70.000

One of the fastest growing technology brands in Europe are looking for an experienced data scientist to join their Barcelona team. You will lead several projects focused on providing valuable insights on their new product line development and enhancing customer experience.

THE COMPANY:

Pioneers in the tech game, this top Fortune 500 global organisation has their eyes on the future, constantly developing new and exciting technologies, they have set up an ambitious project to combine in-depth data analysis with their latest hardware developments to provide the ultimate user experience.

THE ROLE:

  • You'll be applying data mining techniques, doing statistical analysis, and building high-quality prediction systems integrated with their range of products.
  • Working with complex data sets in order to understand, define and monitor business KPIs.
  • Using advanced analytical techniques (statistics and machine learning) to source data and create insights.
  • Proactively driving business strategy through identifying new opportunities provided by data.
  • Producing bespoke visualisations to present insight to senior stakeholders

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Proven track record as a Data scientist or similar role.
  • An excellent academic background preferably including PhD, MS, and MBA or equivalent.
  • An analytical thinking, analysis, and problem-solving skills.
  • A natural leader with the ability to mentor and develop others.
  • Excellent project management skills, project structuring and tactics.

HOW TO APPLY:

To apply for this position, please click the "apply here" link on this web page. Do not hesitate to get in touch with Marie at Harnham to learn more about this position.

KEYWORDS:

R, SQL, Python, Research, Data Science, Spain, insights, predictive analytics, Random Forests, Multivariate statistics, Quantitative methods, Data Modelling

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Barcelona
Up to €70000 per annum
  1. Permanent
  2. Data Science

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