Data Scientist & Managing Consultant-Advanced Analytics

Short Description

IBM is looking for skilled and well experienced Data Scientist & Managing Consultant who will be responsible to help in designing and developing a solution that meets clients goals and outcomes. Also responsible for data analyzing and predictive analysis to meet client's requirement.

Job Description

  • Lead strategy discussions and help to design and develop a solution that meets clients goals and outcomes.
  • Conduct data analysis and predictive analysis to meet client needs.
  • Reverse-engineer implemented solutions to understand the client problem and resolve client challenges.

Required Technical and Professional Expertise
  • 3 years of experience with strong programming skills and data structures, with proficiency in Python, R, Java or similar and with related machine learning packages.
  • Experience using Unix/Linux and the corresponding standard command line tools preferred.
  • Deep understanding of machine learning techniques for classification, and regression is preferred.
  • Using NLP and ML techniques to extract structure from unstructured data.

Preferred Tech and Professional Experience:
  • 3 years of experience with MapReduce, Spark, or similar frameworks is preferred.
  • Working knowledge of TensorFlow, PyTorch, or similar frameworks.
  • Data visualization experience a plus.
  • Experience with neural network based NLP is a plus.

Data Scientist & Managing Consultant-Advanced Analytics
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