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Statistician R Programmer

Statistician R Programmer

Posted 14 March by Reqiva Ltd Easy Apply Ended
A world-renowned technology company, specialising in imagery and data, are hiring for a Statistician, with strong maths skills and statistical analysis. They are currently going through a period of growth and have a variety of greenfield projects to work on, so it is an exciting time to join.

As a Statistician your main responsibilities are to devise robust methods and advising on statistical methodology for products across various specialisms such as, missing data techniques, experimental design, variable selection, regression analysis, Bayesian and probabilistic modelling etc.

You will be working with the Data Science team, mainly, who are focused on Machine Learning techniques and Big Data processing.

Role and Responsibilities:

-Research, development and application of statistical techniques throughout the data analysis process
-Data analysis/statistical advising to scientists and GIS Specialists based on client need
-Working in a fast paced, R&D environment: often on multiple platforms and products
-Develop new code for statistical and analysis techniques based on requirements
-Sourcing, manipulation and analysis of data for research
-General data collection

Skills Required:

-Understanding of a broad range of statistical analyses
-Programming experience for statistical analysis, ideally in R, but other languages such as Python, Matlab, Java, C/C++ are acceptable
-Proficient in Microsoft office, specifically Excel
-Excellent academic track record with at least a 2.1 BSc in a mathematical, scientific, computing or engineering discipline - preference for MSc and PhD

Salary for Statistician:

£30,000 - £40,000 + excellent benefits / Flexible working


Jodie Craig at Reqiva

Reference: 34687538

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