Python Data Scientist

London
£90000 - £100000 per annum + benefits + bonus

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Python Data Scientist

London

£90,000 - £100,000 + benefits + bonus

This is a brand-new opportunity to be a part of a cool tech start up company founded by Cambridge Uni that is going through rapid growth! Join an R&D culture where experimenting with cutting-edge tools and techniques is the day to day and implementing advanced models is expected. As a Python Data Scientist in this team, your primary motivation will be to deliver state-of-the-art machine learning and deep learning solutions using Python.

THIS COMPANY:

This high-tech company owns huge financial data sets including historical and real time structured data that they host on their platform. With a clear vision and business plan, they understand that the only way for them to outcompete their rivals is by championing an advanced data-driven approach to better their product. This is why they're focusing on providing a focal point for their analytics and this will be started by this hire.

THE ROLE:

Taking a forward-thinking, R&D approach to initiating a custom tool that is a hybrid of machine learning and deep learning to automate trading signals in real-time and to scale.

  • Leading your own projects into the exploration of large and never used before, complex data sets using Python and Python libraries
  • Building your advanced machine learning and deep learning algorithms using Python and its libraries
  • Implementing your models, in Python and/or R, to increase revenue and provide a competitive edge for the company
  • An opportunity to learn from the Head of Research to develop strategy based on insights gained through innovating tools and techniques in Python and/or R

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

  • MS or PhD in a quantitative field or Linguistics (STEM, Econometrics, etc.)
  • Strong experience developing and implementing machine learning and NLP algorithms in a research setting
  • Experienced in statistical modelling, Bayesian modelling or other statistical methodologies
  • Expert in NLP methodologies: Word2Vec, sentiment analysis, entity extraction
  • Experience with NLTK, Gensim, SpaCy, CoreNLP; Machine Translation experience a plus
  • Comfortable using neural networks, RNN, CNN, ANN, etc
  • Proven leader having managed data science teams previously
  • Knowledge of Big Data packages a plus, Hadoop, Spark, Hive or others
  • Thorough communicator with technical team, clients and C level management

BENEFITS:

  • £90,000-£100,000 + benefits + bonus

HOW TO APPLY:

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

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