Head Data Scientist

Ref No. CLG2000010423
Salary £90,000 - £110,000/annum
Benefits 15% Bonus
Location London, England
Job type Permanent
Job Status Open

Introduction

Are you an experienced Data Science Lead with a background in Quantitative modelling and machine learning?

Are you open to exploring exciting new opportunities in London (remote options also possible)?

Important

Head Data Scientist - Developing Data-driven Software for the Maritime industry

The Job

One of the wealthiest, privately owned companies in the world is looking for a Head Data Scientist to lead the algorithmic direction for its technology subsidiary.

The parent company operates in the Maritime industry and owns in excess of 100 vessels, including Container Ships, Crude Tankers, and Chemical Tankers.

You will be the overarching technical lead on all product lines. Acting as the technical expert and mentor to a team of 7 highly qualified Data Scientists and Engineers, whilst also managing the expectations of the Product Managers and Leadership team.

With the support of a far large software engineering department, this is a team that will build up to 40, high-value, data-driven products that will revolutionize the maritime industry.

Product lines include high-value solutions for fleet optimization, crew assignment optimization, advanced scheduling, forecasting, predictive Maintenance etc.

Your team will receive large investment from owners that are highly visible and pragmatic, giving you the opportunity to have a huge impact on an entire industry.

The technology stack will include:

Python

AWS Cloud infrastructure

Apache Kafka

Apache Spark

Tensorflow

Candidates with advanced degrees in subjects such as Mathematics and Physics are of great interest.

Networkers acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers and is part of Gattaca Plc.

Gattaca Plc provides support services to Networkers and may assist with processing your application.

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