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Data Analytics

Job Title: Data Analytics
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Frankfurt am Main, Hessen
Salary: €105000 - €190000 per annum + Bonus
REF: J8115_1495538437
Contact Name: Gabriel Johnson
Contact Email:
Job Published: 5 months ago

Job Description

Montash are working with a global end user client based in Frankfurt who currently have a need for a Data Scientist on a permanent basis.

As a Data Scientist you will be working with large, complex data sets related to human and animal health. You will solve difficult, non-routine analysis problem, applying advanced methods as part of a young, dedicated team. You'll analyse real world data and provide solutions and product approaches based on both new and existing data.

Candidates will need to have;

  • A strong background within data science and/or machine learning.
  • strong communication skills (English) written and verbal.
  • experience in at least two of the following areas; quantitative analysis, predictive analytics, pattern recognition, AL, recommendation systems, BI (Business Intelligence).
  • Experience with large data sets and distributed computing such as Hive, Hadoop, Spark.
  • Basic understanding of statistical analysis and/or mathematical. background of methods like SVD, PCA Factorization would be highly advantageous.
  • Strong Analytical and problem solving skills.
  • The ability to communicate the results of analysis in a clear and effective manner.

For a further discussion about this fantastic opportunity then please get in touch for further details.

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