Principal Data Scientist - Remote

New York
US$170000 - US$190000 per annum + relocation, benefits, bonus

Principal Data Scientist

ABLE TO WORK REMOTE.

HQ in Washington, DC
$170,000-190,000 base salary + bonus + equity

Harnham is partnered exclusively with a YOUNG and INNOVATIVE data and software firm that is continuing to grow, having a product and business strategy currently unaffected by the uncertain COVID19 climate. They are an established business which is unique in their plethora of proprietary data which they provide to their clients as DaaS and also build into platforms as SaaS, contributing to a greater AI system. The concentration is largely focused on geospatial abilities, NLP, Deep learning, and concentrating on some of today's largest businesses. They have a blossoming data science team which is in need of a technical leader to be the right-hand person to their VP of Data Science.

THE ROLE

  • Responsible for machine learning, NLP and deep learning model development for support across different areas of the business
  • Role reports directly into the VP of Data Science and works closely on technical direction, strategy, and original model development
  • Leader will be implement and design code and build out to production using various advanced statistical techniques with access to proprietary data
  • Work closely with the Product/Marketing/Engineering teams building models from concept to production
  • Role will be responsible for production-grade level code, models, and research

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

The successful Principal Data Scientist will likely have the following skills and experience:

  • Multiple years of commercial experience building machine learning (supervised/unsupervised/reinforcement) models in a production setting
  • Experience leading projects is necessary
  • Experience mentoring junior team members highly desired, leadership experience PREFERRED!
  • History of thinking outside-the-box with minimal direction for project execution
  • Experience with analyzing large-scale datasets a must
  • MS/PhD in Computer Science, OR quantitative field -highly preferred!
  • Machine Learning expertise required
  • Deep Learning or Natural Language Processing experience required
  • Heavy experience using Python, R, Spark, Hadoop, Spark, and AWS for predictive modeling and data manipulation
  • Portfolio of projects (eg. github) will need to be purveyed

THE BENEFITS

A competitive base salary of $170,000-190,000 + bonus + equity + benefits!

HOW TO APPLY

Please apply by your résumé to Rachael Baker via the Apply link on this page.

This role is only able to support Green Card Holders or US Citizens. No visa sponsorship available.

KEYWORDS

Machine Learning | Python | SQL | AWS | Leadership | Data Science | Big Data | Spark

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