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Glocomms: A Specialist Data & Analytics Talent Partner

Welcome to Glocomms, your trusted partner in the world of Data & Analytics. We specialize in connecting top-tier organizations with exceptional talent in this rapidly evolving field. Our dedicated team of experts is committed to helping businesses unlock the full potential of their data through cutting-edge analytics solutions. Whether you're seeking the perfect candidate to drive your data strategy, or are a skilled professional looking for exciting career opportunities, contact us for a confidential discussion.

The future of Data & Analytics is poised for remarkable growth and transformation. As organizations continue to collect vast amounts of data, the ability to make data-driven decisions is becoming increasingly crucial. This will create new opportunities and challenges for Data & Analytics professionals, but the demand for skilled data scientists, data engineers, and analysts will skyrocket as businesses strive to leverage their data to gain a competitive edge, optimize operations, and drive innovation. At Glocomms, we understand these evolving needs and are here to connect you with the right talent or exciting career opportunities in the dynamic Data & Analytics sector.

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Benefits of working with us

Our Data & Analytics recruitment specialists help growing technology businesses source the right go-to-market strategy talent, manage the recruitment process, and facilitate onboarding. With multi-lingual language support, we provide international recruitment expertise to secure business-critical talent across Europe.

Our recruitment benefits

Experience

We have a decade’s worth of Data & Analytics experience as a leading technology talent partner.

Network

A vast, global network of the best, in-demand Data & Analytics talent.

Knowledge

Our award-winning talent specialists offer bespoke, tailored guidance on the latest hiring trends.

At Glocomms, we are dedicated to cultivating long-lasting partnerships grounded in trust, honesty, and shared prosperity. Our commitment lies in delivering tailored solutions that align with your unique business goals and Data & Analytics recruitment preferences. Whether you seek immediate placement for pivotal roles or require ongoing strategic talent acquisition solutions, our arsenal of resources and experitse ensures successful outcomes. Share your vacancy with us today.

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Data & Analytics Jobs

With the rise of Big Data and the Internet of Things (IoT), the volume, variety, and velocity of data are set to exponentially increase. This presents endless opportunities for Data & Analytics professionals, as businesses seek to leverage their data for innovation. At Glocomms, we understand these evolving needs and are committed to finding you the best Data & Analytics career opportunities.

AI Engineer

AI Engineer - Denver, USA We are a dynamic and fast-growing company seeking an exceptional AI Engineer to join our team in Denver, USA. As an AI Engineer, you will be responsible for designing and developing advanced AI tools using Go, developing and implementing models with TensorFlow, Keras, or Pytorch, optimizing complex paths for efficiency gains, and applying neural network knowledge to solve real-world problems unique to our sector. We are looking for a candidate with a strong background in artificial intelligence and a passion for creating groundbreaking solutions. The successful candidate will have a proven track record of designing and implementing AI tools using Go, along with expertise in one or more of the following: TensorFlow, Keras, or Pytorch. In addition, you should have experience with path optimization and be able to demonstrate your ability to optimize complex paths for efficiency gains. As an AI Engineer, you will be working on cutting-edge projects in a fast-paced environment. You will have the opportunity to collaborate with a talented team of developers and data scientists, with the goal of creating innovative solutions that will shape the future of AI. In addition to possessing the essential skills, we are looking for a candidate with supply chain experience combined with expertise in neural networks. You should be able to demonstrate your ability to apply neural network knowledge to solve real-world problems unique to our sector. At our company, we value teamwork, creativity, and innovation. If you are eager to embark on a challenging and rewarding career path, and are ready to shape the future of AI, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity. Join us today and become part of a team that is dedicated to pushing the boundaries of AI.

US$120000 - US$150000 per year
England
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Lead Data Scientist

Responsibilities: Work with large and complex data sets, solving challenging and non-routine analytical problems using advanced methods as necessary. This includes data gathering, requirements specification, processing, analysis, ongoing deliverables, and presentations. Build and prototype analytical pipelines iteratively to deliver insights at scale. Develop an in-depth understanding of TikTok's data structures and metrics, advocating for changes as needed to support product development. Collaborate cross-functionally to make business recommendations (e.g., cost-benefit analysis, forecasting, experiment analysis) and effectively present findings to stakeholders at various levels using visual displays of quantitative information. Research and develop methods for analysis, forecasting, and optimization to enhance the quality of TikTok's ad products. Minimum Requirements: Master's degree or PhD in a quantitative field (e.g., Statistics, Operations Research, Economics, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics) or equivalent practical experience. Over 5 years of relevant work experience, including expertise in statistical data analysis such as linear models, multivariate analysis, stochastic models, and sampling methods. Experience with statistical software (e.g., R, Python, MATLAB) and database languages (e.g., SQL). Proven leadership and self-direction, with a willingness to both teach others and learn new techniques. Proficiency in selecting the appropriate statistical tools for different data analysis problems. Strong written and verbal communication skills.

US$200000 - US$500000 per year
San Francisco
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