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Data Scientist - Hadoop - Contract Role, Immediate Start

Job Title: Data Scientist - Hadoop - Contract Role, Immediate Start
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Dusseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia
Salary: €550 - €600 per day + negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: DSci15122404
Contact Name: Adam Smallwood
Contact Email:
Job Published: over 1 year ago

Job Description

Data Scientist - Hadoop - Contract Role, Immediate Start


Montash have been engaged by a Global Financial Services Organisation to source and secure a Data Scientist to join their in-house analytics team. The successful candidate will be highly experienced in statistical, mathematical and predictive modelling as well as a range of tools including Hadoop, Python and R.

  • Design and develop Hadoop solutions for data science / data analytics projects
  • You will manage and lead a team to deliver on-going insight generation / value delivery from data held within a Hadoop-based platform
  • Create visualisations to aid in the understanding and communication of data outcomes in addressing business problems / opportunities
  • Communicate findings to both business and IT stakeholders



  • 5+ years' experience working with large amounts of unstructured data.
  • Able to translate business objectives into actionable analyses.
  • Programming skills in languages such as R, Java, Pig, SQL, etc.
  • Excellent knowledge of Hadoop, Hive, MapReduce
  • Knowledge of statistical/probability modelling, trend/pattern recognition, uncertainty modelling, forecasting/projections, predictive analytics, etc.


This is an urgent requirement for a Data Scientist to join a Global Financial Services Organisation, please submit your CV for a confidential conversation.

Key Skills: "Data Scientist" / "Data Analyst" / "Analytics" / "Data Analysis" / "Hadoop" / "Big Data" / "Python" / "SQL" / "Hadoop" / "R" / "Predictive Modelling" / "Hive" / "pig" / "java" / "MapReduce" / "machine learning"

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