CONSULTANT DATA SCIENTIST SENIOR

Paris, Île-de-France
€45000 - €70000 per annum

Consultant Data Scientist Senior
Paris, France
45-75K€

Cette société de conseil Parisienne est en pleine croissance et se spécialise sur les métiers data&analytics. Elle recrute aujourd'hui de nouveaux profil de consultant Data Scientists Senior afin d'intervenir chez ses clients (industries variées : Retail, E-Commerce, Finance, Banque…) sur des projets stratégiques et a haute valeur ajoutée.

LE POSTE:

  • Orienté service, ce poste vous permettra de côtoyer différentes grandes sociétés dans des secteurs liés au monde du web, mais pas seulement. Vous interviendrez sur des missions de plus ou moins longue durée (de ,3 mois à plusieurs années) au sein des bureaux des clients et aurez un impact sur les décisions stratégiques des clients
  • Vous travaillerez sur des projets Data Science complet - de la réception des données, jusqu'à la mise en production d'algo et l'industrialisation de POCs
  • Votre panel de connaissance et votre relationnel vous permettra de concrétiser des projets de grande envergure
  • Acquisition, extraction, transformation, management, et manipulation de large quantité de données.
  • Environnement technologique: Machine Learning, Statistiques, Programmation (Python, R, Scala, Spark), outils Analytics.

VOTRE PROFIL:

  • Doté d'un bac+5 ou d'un doctorat, vous avez un bagages solide en Data Science et Machine Learning
  • Esprit Mathématique et excellente communication
  • Connaissances des outils principaux Data et Analytics sur le marché
  • Une experience du monde du conseil est un plus
  • Autonome ET team player


COMMENT POSTULER:

Merci de me faire part de votre CV à jour et je vous recontacterai au plus vite pour partager plus d'info avec vous.


MOTS-CLÉS:
Algorithme, Data Science, Machine Learning, design patterns, ElasticSearch, Hadoop, Spark, Paris, France, R, Visualisation, Python, Statistiques, stats

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