Combine multiple data sources and perform statistical analyses. Directly translate the trends and relationships you see into concrete action points.
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A job as a Data Scientist at Digital Power
Are you looking for challenging technical assignments? Then Digital Power is the right place for you. As a Data Scientist, you will predict and build the future using data. As such, you work with modern techniques such as Python, Dataiku, Spark, Databricks, and Kubernetes on a daily basis.
You take on Data Science challenges for organisations for commercial clients such as ASML and Philips, but also for start-ups, NGOs and government agencies. In addition to your assignment(s), you are part of our internal community. Learn from and with your colleagues and help each other to become even better! Are you struggling with something? Our entire team is there for you.
Good to know
Currently, we are only hiring candidates who are authorized to work in The Netherlands at the time of their application. We are in the process of becoming a sponsor for non-EU citizens, however, we cannot make any promises at the moment. Also, you must live in the Netherlands during your employment at Digital Power.
Passionated about data
- Collecting and processing data from different sources, gathering insights, creating data science models and making results useful for the organisation: this is what gets you out of bed in the morning!
- Added value for the business and the performance of your processes are central to everything you come up with and do
- You have 2-4 years of working experience as a Data Scientist
- You can program in Python (Pandas/Scikit – Learn)
- You can model with data science techniques such as machine learning
- You are able to visualise data in Python/R or a tool like PowerBI or Tableau
- You have knowledge of MLOps
- You can turn business questions into data science solutions
- You are fluent in the English language, both verbally and in writing
- You value sharing your knowledge
- You believe a good atmosphere at work is just as important as your profession
- Our Careers page gives you positive energy
What we offer
We offer a starting salary of €3100 - €6500 gross per month, depending on your knowledge and experience. Unlimited training budget and arrange your own working hours: read here about all the other things we can offer you.
What does your day as a Data Scientist at Digital Power look like?
Today, you start with a work out, start working a bit later and write another piece of code in the evening. Tomorrow you’ll start a little earlier, so that you can get to a dinner on time. Or would you rather go for a walk in the woods with your dog at lunchtime? As long as you communicate clearly and are available to your clients and colleagues, you are free to organise your own time.
The places you work each week is a combination of on-site at the customer's premises, working from home and of course a pleasant day at one of our offices in Amsterdam and Den Bosch. You prefer to travel by public transport: great for the environment, flexible and free of charge for you, even on days when you are not working. Is a (temporary) car more convenient for you? A lot is possible in consultation.
Plan your working week in a way that suits you best. As long as you deliver excellent work, your clients are satisfied and your colleagues can rely on you, we are happy and proud to have you as our colleague!
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Residential investor Vesteda is working on a new website. If an available rental home has a garden, the location of the garden must be listed on the webpage of that home. This information was not yet available in the database. We were instructed to determine the location of the garden based on the coordinates of the homes.
How text analysis helps RNW Media to listen and take action
RNW Media builds online communities in countries with limited freedoms. In these communities, young people can read and discuss sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) and civil rights. In addition, RNW Media is working on advocacy – putting the interests of young people on the map with governments.
Social listening in the real estate market
Vesteda was curious if social listening – monitoring and analysing social media discussions about a brand, competitors, products or hashtags/keywords – could add value to the organisation. To this end, we started a project that consisted of two parts: exploring possibilities for social listening in the Corporate Communication department and applying social listening in an ongoing Data Science project.
Application of Natural Language Processing (NLP) and text mining for process improvement.
Fair Wear is a non-profit organisation that aims to improve the working conditions of employees in garment factories. The NGO has collected a lot of documentation about its activities in recent years, for example in the form of reports from a complaint line for factory employees, reports of audits that check whether factories comply with the guidelines, and reports of training for factory employees. This information is stored as typed text, usually in Word or PDF format.
Reliable insight into crowds on trains and stations using an algorithm
An increasing number of people are traveling by public transportation. Several stations in The Netherlands are being rebuilt or renovated to keep up with the growing number of train passengers. For the rebuilding and layout plans, information was needed on station traffic. NS Stations also wanted to improve transfer safety in collaboration with ProRail.
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