Data Scientist

17/05/2017
SEDE LAVORO
Dalmine
CONTRATTO
Stage
AREA D'INSERIMENTO
Sistemi Informativi - IT
SETTORE
Industriale

Tenaris è produttore e fornitore leader a livello globale di tubi in acciaio e di servizi destinati all’industria energetica mondiale e ad altre applicazioni industriali specialistiche. Quotata in borsa a New York, in Italia, a Buenos Aires e in Messico, Tenaris è costituita da una rete globale integrata di stabilimenti produttivi di tubi in acciaio, laboratori di ricerca, centri di finitura e di servizio con attività industriali in Nord e Sud America, Europa, Asia e Africa e una presenza diretta nei maggiori mercati dell’Oil & Gas.

 

Data Scientist – RIF 87444


 
Job Description:

  •  Development and deploy of modern and scalable machine learning models.
  •  Design and development of data pipelines (data ingestion from files and SQL databases, ETL and data visualization).

 

Requirements:

The activities require skills in multiple fields of the computer science and a genuine passion for the data analytics.

  •  PhD or Master Degree in quantitative fields (Computer Science, Applied Mathematics, Statistics).
  •  Advanced knowledge of machine learning algorithms.
  •  Professional knowledge of SQL language.
  •  Professional knowledge of Hadoop (HDFS, Spark, Impala).
  •  Advanced knowledge of Python and its scientific libraries pandas, scipy, numpy e scikit-learn.
  •  Knowledge or previous experience on agile development (e.g. versioning, unit testing).
  •  Ability to represent and communicate model results to managers and executives.
  •  Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English. 

Requirements which will be considered a plus are:

  •  Knowledge or previous experience with deep learning libraries (e.g. TensorFlow, Keras, Theano).
  •  Knowledge of Scala or other functional languages.
  •  Written and verbal communication skills in Spanish.
  •  International experiences during the study or the working experience

 

Working place: Dalmine (BG)

 

The research is aimed at both sexes, as per current legislation