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Data Scientist(Consulting)

🌍 Netlight, STOCKHOLM

Full-time job

What does it mean to be a Data Scientist Consultant at Netlight?

It will vary a lot between Netlighters as we, around the right person, will design a role together with you. You will be starting somewhere familiar with your experience, and from there it is your call how your career at Netlight will look, ranging from which clients you will work with, what role you want to take (based on your personal experience, strengths, your personal interest) and how your relationship with your mentor/coach/EDGE networks/social networks will look like.

As a consultant at Netlight, you will build the products, systems and technical solutions of today and tomorrow. This means that our consultants get the opportunity to help build and scale existing and new products and companies and also continuously learn and master a variety of technical tools. At Netlight, we will challenge you. Our clients will challenge you. You will challenge our clients. You will challenge us. We will grow together and unleash the potential in each other.

As a Data Scientist Consultant, you will help our clients in projects with roles in Data Science. It can be working within Data Science, Data Analytics, Business Intelligence, or project management in terms of working with data or utilizing data to make product decisions to mention a few examples.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Master Degree in Engineering or Technology

  • Verbal and written fluency in Swedish and English

  • 0,5-5 years of work experience within the data science field related to IT and software products in agile teams