Find the ideal Data Scientist candidates with us

In times of digital change, it is not a surprise that data scientists are currently being sought in almost every industry. But what exactly is the Data Scientist's job? About 90% of all computer files worldwide were generated exclusively in the past two years - 2.5 billion gigabytes are added every day. Every major company has been developing and collecting data for decades. In order to be able to draw the added value and a distinctive use from this enormous quantity of data, specialists are needed. Data Scientists prepare the information that the company collects or makes available to customers in order to analyze the huge amounts of data and evaluate the results in terms of their usefulness for companies. Due to the increasing importance of the subject of Data Science, PALTRON as a leading personnel consultancy in the field of digitisation, has focused on the search for professionals in the IT environment. Our executive research process, individualised for each client, guarantees that we present you with the most suitable candidates for your specific requirement profile.

Analyze, visualize and interpret - the tasks of a Data Scientist

The work of a data scientist is often compared to the work of a scientist who produces results from data to create added value and knowledge. A Data Scientist requires special skills and abilities: on the one hand, he deals with complex data analyses, the development of mathematical prediction models and the development of algorithms based on neural networks. On the other hand, he requires a pronounced ability to communicate and an understanding of the individual departments within the company. Therefore, the Data Scientist's job cannot simply be divided into a single category. In addition to profound knowledge in data analysis and statistical know-how, Data Scientists also deal with a large amount of unstructured data (big data) and try to enter it into a cluster. In this way, company data can be linked with each other, even if they have different structures and come from different disciplines. The aim is to create a pool of representative information in order to be able to recalibrate the models and analyses continuously.

Due to the large number of subject areas and the complex data situation, which for example consists of order data, personnel/plant plans or even weather data, a Data Scientist needs knowledge in mathematics, computer science, business administration, design and communication. In addition, it is becoming apparent that the field of Data Science needs to be viewed in an increasingly differentiated way. Professionals in particular who are responsible for the interaction between man and machine will become increasingly important in the future.

For many companies, the specialization of the fields of activity of Data Scientists associated with digital change is a factor that should not be underestimated when it comes to recruiting suitable specialists. We at PALTRON know what distinguishes an excellent Data Scientist. To ensure that your company also benefits from the large amount of data generated, we at PALTRON are happy to support you in your search for the ideal candidate for your particular requirement profile.

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