The latest report suggests that the analytics function in India earned consolidated revenues of $35.9 Billion, a 19.5% growth in revenue over last year. It also indicated that 16% of the analytics revenues across all enterprises are attributed to advanced analytics, predictive modelling, and data science. The field is clearly growing, with ample opportunities for data scientists and analysts.
In this article, we list down the latest job openings for data scientists and analysts you can apply for.
(The list is in no particular order).
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1| Data Sciences – Associate at TheMathCompany
About: As a Data Science – Associate, you will be solving complicated business problems for organisations using data science techniques and also have multiple opportunities to build, design & execute initiatives, ranging from contributing to the hiring & training programs to developing learning packages utilising hot Analytics industry trends that will help the company in the growth trajectory.
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2| Associate Data Scientist at Gartner
About: As an Associate Data Scientist, you will leverage data science algorithms to deliver client value and improve retention of clients. You will apply NLP and predictive modelling to understand the client’s search query intent to offer relevant content. Using machine learning, you will be developing self-correcting algorithms to improve recommendation in homepage feed and emails. You will also develop models to help predict retention outcomes and identify levers to improve outcomes and more.
3| Data Sciences – Senior Associate at TheMathCompany
About: As a Senior Associate, you will be responsible for the overall health of a client engagement. You will be challenged with a mix of technical as well as business strategy and planning problems. You will be expected to drive adoption of new technologies, tools and process improvements within the team to build analytical capabilities for customers. The job requires 5+ years of experience of working on analytics projects and initiatives.
4| Data Analyst at Telstra
About: As a Data Analyst, you will be responsible for performing in-depth quantitative analysis, articulate complex data patterns, insights and propose actionable insights to stakeholders in meaningful business language. Your work will revolve around using innovative and creative approaches to enable business decisions to be made using data analysis. You will also develop data analysis and ongoing insights by leveraging multiple data sources that test hypotheses and correspond to business performance metrics. The job requires 4+ years of experience in a Data Engineer or Data Analyst role and business understanding within the Telco value chain.
5| Data Scientist at Kimberly-Clark
About: As a Data Scientist, you will develop models and algorithms that drive innovation throughout the organisation. This may include marketing, supply chain, inventory planning and deployment, network planning, order routing, and order fulfilment and delivery. You will conduct advanced statistical analysis to provide actionable insights, identify trends, and measure performance, build learning systems that monitor data flow and react to changes in customer preferences, network constraints, and business objectives.
You will also coordinate data science implementations while leading design variances based upon business needs while ensuring artifacts and repositories are documented. This job requires an experience of 3-5+ years of continuous experience in software engineering, software development, solution architecture.
6| Data Scientist Engineering at Netcore Solutions
Location: Mumbai, Bangalore.
About: As a Data Scientist, you will help to design, innovate and build the next-generation ML architecture. You will be identifying valuable data sources and automate collection processes by undertaking the pre-process of structured and unstructured data. You will also analyse large amounts of information to discover trends and patterns to build predictive models and machine-learning algorithms. The responsibility also includes combining models through ensemble modelling, proposing strategies to business challenges and more.
7| Data Scientist at Head Digital Works Pvt Ltd.
About: As a Data Scientist, you will develop an in-depth understanding of user journeys and generate data-driven insights as well as recommendations to help product and customer success teams in decision making and thus develop a strong hypothesis. You will be executing A/B experiments and identify the area of opportunities. You will also define and analyse key product data sets to understand the customer and product behaviour, solve problems and more.