Senior Data Scientist

€65000 - €85000 per annum + BENEFITS

Senior Data Scientist
Utrecht - Nederland
€65.000 - €85.000 + benefits

Dit is een interessante kans om tewerken voor een extreem innovatief bedrijf. In dit bedrijf werken Data Scientists en Data Engineers met een oprechte passie voor het oplossen van technische problemen.

Als Senior Data Scientist zul je intensief samen werken in een team van 5 ervaren Data Scientists. Je zult gebruik maken van de meest geavanceerde data instrumenten and technieken.


Dit bedrijf groeit hard en hecht veel waarde aan het binden van haar werknemers. Je gaat werken in multicultureel team waar iedereen open staat om elkaar te helpen. Het success is te danken aan gemotiveerde medewerkers met een passie voor engineering.


  • Het verhelderen van vraagstukken met business partners
  • Verantwoordelijk voor de ontwikkeling van kennis en innovaties
  • Je bent de verbinder in de ontwikkeling van Analytics expertise en Analytics toepassingen
  • Gebruik maken van de meest moderne technologien om uitdagingen om te lossen
  • Het management adviseren over verbeteringen in het Analytics landschap
  • Het gebruik van o.a. Python, R en Hadoop


  • MSc in informatica of wiskunde
  • Professionele ervaring met Python, R and SQL
  • Goede kennis van Hadoop of Spark
  • Sterke communicatie vaardigheden
  • Ambitieus en energiek


  • Flexibele werktijden
  • 29 vakantiedagen
  • Zorgverzekering
  • Zeer goede pensioenregeling


Registreer je interesse door je CV te sturen naar: Sophie ten Berge via de Apply link op deze pagina


Python, R, SQL, Spark, Hadoop, Medior, Senior, Science, Computer Science, Engineering, Machine learning, Utrecht, Data Scientist

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