Data Science Senior Analyst+
Join Accenture and helptransform leading organizations and communities around the world. Thesheer scale of our capabilities and client engagements and the way wecollaborate, operate and deliver value provides an unparalleled opportunity togrow and advance. Choose Accenture, and make delivering innovative workpart of your extraordinary career.
People in the Innovation& Thought Leadership career track drive asset innovation andmarketplace reputation within a specific area of expertise. They grow intothought leadership roles, by increasing the depth of their expertise andreputation as an expert or innovator, and can progress either in role,laterally, or upward.
The Data ScienceSenior Analyst will be part of Accenture Analytics as a Service Core DataScientist team and collaborate with subject matter experts to develop advancedanalytics statistical models/ machine learning methods and solutions forAccenture operations clients to improve various business outcome indicators.
- Conceptualize and test various statistical models
- Integrate the outcomes as real-time analytics
- Elevate Accenture's ability to create value for clients in areas and through means not immediately apparent to clients
Data Scientists in Operations follow multiple approaches for projectexecution from adapting existing assets to Operations use cases, exploringthird-party and open source solutions for speed to execution and for specificuse cases, and engaging in fundamental research to develop novel solutions.They also leverage the vast global network of Accenture to collaborate withAccenture Tech Labs, Accenture Open Innovation and Accenture Analytics forcreating solutions.
Data Scientists are expected to collaborate with other datascientists, subject matter experts, sales, and delivery teams from Accenturelocations around the globe to deliver strategic advanced analytics projectsfrom design to execution.
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