The Data Scientist may be responsible for any of the following tasks: Analyzing data that is collected in our current and future products and services. The Data Scientist would need to be able to take this data and apply to the markets our products are in for us to better serve our customers. The Data Scientist must have good communication and organization skills, along with a working knowledge of day to day operations and priorities within their department and the company.
Qualifications: Bachelors or Masters Degree in Statistics or Mathematics preferred or any other quantitative discipline, knowledge of the products and customers of the Auction and Heavy Equipment industries, technical expertise regarding data models, database design and development, data mining and segmentation techniques, strong skills working with technical aspects of SQL, knowledge of statistics and experience using statistical packages for analyzing large datasets, strong analytical skills with the ability to collect, organize, analyze, and disseminate significant amounts of information with attention to detail and accuracy, adept at queries, report writing, and present findings, excellent oral and written communication skills, able to work independently and communicate within a team environment, results oriented, flexible and open to change, stable and progressive work history, professional appearance and demeanor, ability to travel by air and ground -- valid driver’s license required, strong computer skills, able to work with minimal supervision.
Position currently available in:
- Lincoln, Nebraska, USA