Sr. Data Analytics Manager

New York
US$160000 - US$170000 per year

Sr. Data Analytics Manager
$160,000 - $170,000
Greater New York City Area

One of the leading FinTech companies in the world is looking for a Data Science Director to be a leader of all predictive analytics! My client is seeking a Data Science Director to the entire enterprise Data and Analytics division and optimize multichannel data across the organization to generate valuable insights and recommendations. This position will require an extensive use of important tools such as SQL, Python/R, SAS, and Tableau., but will be more strategic in nature.


This FinTech company have built an empire that generates over $4bn a year and they are only going up from here! They have grown at an incredible rate over the last years and are have become one to watch out for offer other companies the ability to facilitate multiple aspects of outsourcing services.


As a Senior Data & Analytics Manager you will not only lead a team of multiple skilled and talented data scientists, but it will also allow you to be a key player in the work environment. Through your leadership, billions of rows of data will be analyzed, and insights will be delivered to the different teams across the business.


  • Lead a fast-paced team of 20 Data scientists
  • Represent the entire data science sector in term of reporting and engaging in activities within the business
  • Have a background in tools such as Python/R, SQL, SAS, and tableau
  • Evaluate and asses the business' applicability whilst utilizing various techniques such as ANOVA, liner, and logistic regressions
  • Translate the results derived from your team's predictive analytics to other departments that will utilize this to improve the brand
  • Mapping out, advising and directing projects for your team members to maximize their time and abilities
  • Introduce traditional predictive modeling
  • Report directly to the CFO and C-Suite members of the company


  • Proficiency in tools such as Python/R, SQL, SAS, and Tableau
  • Proven extensive work experience in the Data Science and Analytics Field
  • Proven background in predictive modeling


  • Competitive base salary of $160,000-$170,000 Depending on experience level
  • 401K + Bonuses
  • Compensation offered for relocating
  • Paid Parental Leave
  • Health and dental insurance plans
  • Educational assistance program
  • Vacation time & Paid holidays


Please register your interest by sending your CV to Gamou Ngom via the link provided on this page


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