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Deeper Insights Series: #AMA with Data Science Hiring Leaders from Intuit

This webinar will be the perfect opportunity for professionals to understand what companies are exactly looking for while recruiting for analytics jobs, how to upskill, open positions etc.
Deeper Insights Series: #AMA with Data Science Hiring Leaders from Intuit
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A study by AIMResearch shows that the number of data science/analytics jobs in April 2022 saw a 30.1% jump compared to last year (April 2021). Not just that, even the median salary of these data scientists in India has increased to INR 16.8 lakhs per annum, a surge of 25.4% compared to 2021. Data science continues to be an in-demand and lucrative profession, with many aspirants making a beeline for it. However, for several reasons, hiring the right talent for the analytics profession continues to be a challenge. 

In fact, it’s a challenge for professionals to land the right analytics job, given the extremely competitive environment. The basic requirements to excel in this field include having relevant degrees and of course a good understanding of mathematics, statistics and AI.

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As a global technology platform company, Intuit helps customers and communities overcome their most important financial challenges. The company serves millions of customers worldwide with cutting-edge technology products like TurboTax, QuickBooks, Credit Karma, Mailchimp, and Mint. Intuit believes that everyone needs to have the opportunity to thrive and we never stop working to find innovative ways to make that possible. Intuit’s biggest USP is its strategy of being an AI-driven expert platform, solving problems with customers and a platform-focused mindset. The data science team at Intuit plays a big role in delivering this strategy every day. 

In order to provide professionals with the necessary guidance to make a career in analytics and data science, Analytics India Magazine is organizing Deeper Insights Series: #AMA webinar session with Intuit Data Science Hiring leaders on July 21st from 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM

This webinar will be the perfect opportunity for aspiring and current data scientists and AI enthusiasts to understand what most tech companies look for while recruiting for analytics positions, the data science work culture at Intuit, open positions at Intuit and the advanced data science skills required to succeed in the current era. 

Date: 21st July 2022

Time: 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM

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What will the webinar cover

The webinar will touch upon the following areas

  • Traits that Intuit leaders look for while recruiting data scientists
  • The data science work culture
  • Data science open positions
  • Advanced data science skills required to succeed in the current era

Who should attend

This enriching webinar is perfectly suitable for:

  • Analytics and data science working professionals looking for a switch
  • Data engineers and senior data scientists
  • Aspiring data science candidates
  • Machine learning engineers
  • Developers, coders and programmers
  • Engineering / Technical College graduates
  • Data science and AI enthusiasts.

Date: 21st July 2022

Time: 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM

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Speakers 

Radhika Kannan, Technical Program Leader, Intuit AI

Radhika comes with expertise in delivering critical and highly scalable products. She has solid experience leading large teams and setting/influencing organizational tech vision and strategy for creating business impact. She has a proven track record of building highly efficient teams from the ground up and working with senior executives and customers across regions. Currently, she leads analytics, AI, and data programs at Intuit India. She has worked with prominent brands such as Philips Ambilight TV, NetApp Infinivol, Amazon Prime Video – Streaming Partners, Global Expansion and Localisation, X-Ray, Live Streaming, and Amazon India Payments & Affordability Initiatives.

Rissey Babu, Technical Recruiter, Intuit

Rissey is a talent acquisition professional, having been in the industry for 14 years. He has experience of placing candidates across the board, including the executive level. Rissey is a strong recruiting professional skilled in full life cycle recruitment with a passion for providing a great candidate experience throughout the process. Currently, he leads hiring for engineering, product management, program management, product design, data engineering, data science, and machine learning at Intuit India.  He’s with leading tech brands in the industry such as Amazon, Aditi Technologies and some new-aged start-ups to cater to their hiring needs.

Date: 21st July 2022

Time: 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM

 So, if you are looking to make a career in analytics & data science then register now for this webinar session.

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Sreejani Bhattacharyya
I am a technology journalist at AIM. What gets me excited is deep-diving into new-age technologies and analysing how they impact us for the greater good. Reach me at sreejani.bhattacharyya@analyticsindiamag.com

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