Associate Director of Data Science

Boston, Massachusetts
US$170000 - US$180000 per annum

Associate Director of Data Science

Boston, MA

$200,000

An ecommerce powerhouse worth over $4bn is growing out a Data Science and Econometrics team

THE COMPANY

This ecommerce company has dominated its niche industry and grown exponentially over the past 7 years. They are a direct to consumer giant that sells everything from food to toys to clothes!

THE ROLE

As the Associate Director of Data Science, you will:

· Partner with internal and external stakeholders to drive the Healthcare analytics of the business

· Work with executives on data science strategy within the company

· Deliver data-driven insight to technical and non-technical team members

· Help grow and expand the team

THE BENEFITS

Working for a well-established company that is growing extremely quickly. Being able to help shape a new data science function. Very competitive salary package

YOUR QUALIFICATIONS

· Extensive experience developing analytics in an e-commerce environment

· Experience working in the marketing analytics space including pricing and fulfillment

· Stakeholder-facing experience

· Experience working with C-suite on company and team growth plans

· Technical proficiency in SQL

HOW TO APPLY

Please register your interest by sending your CV to Elizabeth Sobel via the Apply link on this page.

KEYWORDS

E-Commerce, Customer, Causal Inference, Experimentation, Machine Learning, Boston, Cambridge, Data Scientist, Marketing, Ecommerce


  • Seniority Level

    Director

  • Industry

    • Market Research
    • Marketing and Advertising
    • Health, Wellness and Fitness
  • Employment Type

    Full-time

  • Job Functions

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