SENIOR DATA SCIENTIST - Finance

Paris, Île-de-France
€60000 - €80000 per annum

Senior Data Scientist - startup
Paris, France
60-80K€

En tant que leader mondial dans son domaine niche des medias sur Internet (vous reconnaîtrez certainement certaines de leurs chaînes de contenu...), la société renforce son pôle Finance et recherche aujourd'hui un Senior Data Scientist qui va compléter une équipe de 3 Data Scientists basée entre Paris et New-York. Ce poste offrira la possibilité de travailler sur des sujets divers en relation avec les problématiques du département finance de la société. Il y aura des problématiques transverses qui impacteront les divers bureaux de la sociétés en France et aux Etats-Unis. La société est une scale-up très solide sur le plan financier, leader dans son domaine, les projets data science interne seront riches et divers.

LE POSTE:

  • Encadré par le CFO de la société, vous travaillerez avec une petite équipe de Data Scientists finance, mais aussi en parallèle avec l'équipe Data globale sur certains sujets.
  • Votre background technique vous permettra d'apporter votre expertise du côté Data Science, Machine Learning et Intelligence Artificielle - utilisation de SQL et Python
  • Votre seniorité technique vous permettra de diffuser vos idées pour continuer à développer et optimiser les processus et mécanismes lié à l'environnement financier de la société (on peut donc penser à divers projets Machine Learning, de la prédiction, des Algos poussés qui automatisent les process, du NLP ...)
  • Vous jouerez un véritable rôle d'évangélisateur data science sur les sujets business et finance de la société


VOTRE PROFIL:

  • Un background académique (bac+5 et plus) orienté Stats/Maths/Finance/business ou domaine relié
  • Expérience de plusieurs années en tant que Data Scientist
  • Expertise sur Python, SQL, et expérience avancée en machine learning
  • Capacité à industrialiser un POC
  • Anglais courant obligatoire

COMMENT POSTULER:

Merci de me faire part de votre CV à jour et je vous recontacterai au plus vite.



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