Senior Data Scientist - Life Science (m/f/d)

Düsseldorf, Nordrhein-Westfalen
€75000 - €85000 per annum + BENEFITS

SENIOR DATA SCIENTIST - LS (m/f/d)

Düsseldorf

75.000 - 85.000 €

Are you passionate, driven and like to work in a truly international team? One of the leading German life-science companies is looking for a tech/data science-enthusiast who loves to innovate and work on high impact projects. If this applies to you and you are ready to utilise your skills in a fast paced, collaborative environment that will allow you to develop and advance your skills - this role is well suited for you.

THE COMPANY

As a Senior Data Scientist, you will be working with one of the leading companies in the life-science sector in Germany. The company established a digital transformation division in order to challenge innovation and growth. They offer the fantastic opportunity to work on life-changing cases which impact human lives and will determine the future. Supporting growth is key at this company hence, the candidate will benefit from individual mentoring and training. They are located in modern and open offices supporting a very welcoming work atmosphere. Additionally they offer flexible work from home solutions.

THE ROLE

As a Senior Data Scientist in this fast-paced and international team, you will be working on large, diverse data sets alongside your colleagues to create innovative and forward-thinking data driven solutions for different departments within the company. The projects are solved in small teams consisting of highly motivated colleagues who like to push forward and learn from each other. The company puts great value that everyone can learn from each other hence, communication and willingness to learn is of great importance.

In specific you can expect to be involved in the following:

  • Design, test and implement different algorithms, machine learning models and scalable frameworks in the life-science field
  • Close collaboration with the Engineering, Marketing and Sales team in order to work business oriented and identify new opportunities on how data can support/improve the company
  • Constantly changing projects ranging from supporting i.e. cancer research to product recommendation
  • Support of the digital transformation of the company as well as continuously improving its solutions
  • Have an entrepreneurial mindset, work independently and creatively on data driven solutions in order to ensure better relationships to the customers and building new digital capabilities

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Master's degree in Bioinformatics, Computer Science, Mathematics or Physics (PhD is not required but an advantage)
  • Relevant industry experience in a pharma or biotech
  • Ability to work in interdisciplinary teams and a fast-paced environment
  • Excellent knowledge in Python to be used for machine learning
  • Experience with data visualisation tools like Tableau or PowerBI
  • Fluency in English, German is not required

THE BENEFITS

  • Salary ranging from 85.000€ to 95.000 € + Bonus & Benefits
  • A great team and company atmosphere with people from all over the world
  • Work with cutting-edge technology in a modern and open offices
  • A unique benefits scheme including an on-site gym, on-site kindergarten, company pensions scheme and flexible working hours
  • Small teams who work efficiently on challenging and very innovative projects in the life-science sector
  • A motivated and forward-thinking team who love experimenting and pushing forward
  • Strong mentoring to learn from each other and grow

HOW TO APPLY

Please register your interest by applying through this page or get in touch with Judith to ask further questions.

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