JUNIOR DATA SCIENTIST

Brussels
€37000 - €42000 per annum

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Junior Data Scientist
Brussels, Belgium
37-42K€

You will be part of one of the largest eCommerce brands in their Brussels office, helping to produce effective insight and analysis into an array of customer engagements, primarily using R and Python.

THE COMPANY

The company has a proud history of catering for all ranges of customer, effectively targeting and retaining them through innovative statistical techniques. Their brand is continuously growing and is now one of the main players within the industry through its innovative product offerings and focus on customer experience within its online channels.

THE ROLE

The role involves providing analysis on customer engagement and evaluating the engagement to the brands commercial and business propositions, giving you exposure to strategic insights. Primarily using Python or R, you will provide data driven insight which will be directly translated at a strategic level, meaning stakeholder engagement will be a prominent feature within the role. The data science team there is known for its innovative and real-time data sets, making it a great opportunity to gain a pathway into Data Science.

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

Your skills and experience will ideally include the following:

  • Proficient in Python or R
  • SQL (desired)
  • Comfortable engaging and presenting to stakeholders
  • Customer centric approach

THE BENEFITS

  • Eur 37,000 to 42,000 salary
  • Discretionary bonus
  • Defined Contribution Pension plan

How to Apply

Please register your interest by sending your CV to Renan Lesaffre at Harnham via the link on this page.

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