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Senior Data Insight Consultant

Job Title: Senior Data Insight Consultant
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, England
Salary: £650 - £695 per day
Start Date: August 2017
Duration: Ongoing
REF: datascience060617_1496765622
Contact Name: Amy Harris
Contact Email:
Job Published: 17 days ago

Job Description

Montash have been engaged by an innovative Energy company to source a Data Insight Consultant (Senior Level) to over see a team of Data Scientists for 6 months + on a number of different projects as well as BAU. This role will be split between London, Berlin and Remote work. Travel will be required twice per month (for 2/4 days at a time)

The ideal candidate will be an analytics specialist with 7 years + experience in working with Data Science and Data Insight within Global Organisations.

Ideally you will also have worked on Analytics Transformation projects within a large company where you have defined a data landscape and driven change forward.

You will also be highly skilled at stakeholder management and driving project agenda forward. You will need to organise management meetings and engage stakeholders at all levels from various locations around Europe.

The Ideal candidate will come from a data driven and highly analytical background, with a relevant degree, and be able to handle statistics to an expert level.

The Ideal candidate will also have designed regression models and deployed a wide variety of Advanced Analytics Solutions. You will have also managed complex Projects to successful delivery.

Technical Skills

- Hadoop



-Machine Learning / Artifical Intelligence

-SPSS, Access, Tableau


-Data Analysis

-Predictive Modelling

-Customer Analytics, Predictive Modelling, Simulation and Scenario Modelling

You will be required to travel to Germany twice per month. Your expenses will be paid on top of this.

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