LEAD DATA SCIENTIST - FinTech

Paris, Île-de-France
€50000 - €70000 per annum

Lead Data Scientist - FinTech
Paris, France
50-70K€

Fort d'une (énorme!) levée de fonds, cette start-up d'une trentaine de personnes entame aujourd'hui sa croissance avec un focus clair sur la data science. Pionnière et leader dans son domaine de la FinTech (je vous en dit plus au téléphone ;) ), ils ont crée une plateforme qui tourne, mais qui pourra tourner encore plus efficacement grâce aux apport d'un Lead Data Scientist!

Véritable couteau-suisse, vous aurez nécessairement une première expérience de quelques année au sein d'une équipe Data et pourrez amener votre savoir faire data science. A terme, vous aurez l'occasion de recruter une équipe autours de vous.

LE POSTE

  • Hiérarchiquement directement en dessous des fondateurs, vous avez un rôle stratégique avec de l'impact!
  • Faire un état des lieux des solutions techniques en internes, de la plateforme, et amorcer la roadmap data science
  • Tirer profil de la grande volumétrie de donnée (la société opère sur un modèle B2B et travaille avec des grosse volumétrie de données interne et externe
  • Vous travaillerez sur la création d'algos du côté Machine Learning, qui appuieront le business sur tous les pans (Marketing, Opération, Plateforme tech..)
  • Travail sur des problématiques de visualisation pour mettre en avant vos efforts et résultats data

VOTRE PROFIL:

  • Background académique sur un sujet pertinent (Stats, Data Science, Computer Science, Maths..)
  • Un doctorat, ou une sensibilité recherche et POCs sera un plus, car vous pourrez être amené à travailler sur des sujets de recherche
  • Une ou des expériences sur des problématiques Data Science au sein d'une équipe data dans l'industrie (non académique)

COMMENT POSTULER:

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

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