Principal Data Scientist

Portland, Oregon
US$170000 - US$200000 per year + additional benefits

PRINCIPAL DATA SCIENTIST

Principal Data Scientist - Personalization

Beaverton, Oregon $170,000 - $200,000 + Competitive Benefits

THE COMPANY

  • COMPANY: One of the top and most prestigious athletic brands with presence and stores all over the world.
  • TEAM: Be a part of a new digital initiative in the company and contribute to building digital solutions that work on a global scale using the newest technologies.
  • CULTURE: Casual work environment along with a diverse and inclusive culture

THE ROLE

As a Principal Data Scientist - Personalization you will…

  • Develop end-to-end algorithms main that drive consumer personalization through computer vision and machine learning techniques
  • Produce production level code for real time models that help to understand and describe customers
  • Design, develop, and deploy advanced models in experiments and for consumer facing products
  • Work alongside different product and engineering teams

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Advanced education in computer science, physics, mathematics, engineering or related fields
  • 3+ years of full time work experience in machine learning and deep learning
  • Experience in end to end development of machine learning models
  • Experience with neural networks and deep learning
  • Great communication skills
  • Experience with ETL processes is a plus
  • Tools: Hadoop (spark) and at least one of (java, python, scala, C++)

THE BENEFITS

As a Principal Data Scientist, you can expect a base salary between $170,000 to $200,000 (based on experience) plus competitive benefits including:

  • Healthcare, Vision, and Dental
  • 401k Plan
  • Stock options
  • Product discounts
  • Fitness and transportation allowance
  • Tuition assistance

HOW TO APPLY

Please register your interest by sending your CV to Kristianna Chung via the Apply link on this page

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US$170000 - US$200000 per year + additional benefits
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