Data Scientist

Remote
Full Time
Digital Envoy
Mid Level

ABOUT THE ROLE

Digital Envoy seeking a Data Scientist / Developer to join our data science team. You will clean, analyze and extract useful insights from raw datasets to enhance existing products and assist in the development of new products and APIs.

For this position, you can work remotely from anywhere in the U.S. or in-person at our Peachtree Corners, GA headquarters. Please note that Digital Envoy is not able to sponsor visas for any positions at this time

WHAT YOU WILL DO:

  • Create data models and algorithms for use within our products
  • Build processing pipelines to carry out analysis and other tasks
  • Work closely with engineering to integrate models and algorithms
  • Analyze potential new data sources
  • Perform ad-hoc analysis
  • Develop internal tools
  • Present results and findings to product managers and other stakeholders.

WHO YOU ARE:

  • Background in Computer Science / Software Development
  • Knowledge and experience in data wrangling / munging, data mining, machine learning and data visualization
  • Able to wear multiple "hats" (Data Scientist, Data Engineer, Developer)
  • Experience with massive data sets
  • Experience with SQL (MySQL, Oracle, Postgres)
  • Experience working with different machine learning frameworks / libraries
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Familiarity with geospatial data
  • Scala, Java
  • Bonus Skills:
    • Knowledge of natural language processing (NLP)
    • Apache Spark
    • Linux / *nix experience
    • Hadoop / Hbase / Hive
    • Python, Groovy, Javascript
    • AWS

ABOUT DIGITAL ENVOY

Launched in 1999, Digital Envoy introduced the concept of privacy-sensitive IP-based geolocation and IP intelligence, allowing businesses—from ad networks to publishers to websites to retailers and more—to harness the power of location and new intelligence about connected users for a multitude of mission-critical applications.

Taking more of a background role, in 2005 Digital Envoy introduced two divisions to help best address the unique needs of its diverse audience segments and business applications: Digital Element, which was created to continue the legacy of providing global geolocation data and services that bring anytime, anywhere relevance and context to online and mobile initiatives; and Digital Resolve, which was launched to deliver solutions that proactively secure online accounts, information, transactions and interactions from login to logout.

In 2021, Digital Envoy acquired Outlogic, providing Digital Envoy with high quality, consent-based location data to further enhance its offerings in Fraud Prevention, VPN/IP Proxy, and Digital Rights Management Solutions. Digital Envoy and Outlogic have a shared mission to enrich their clients’ decision making and innovation by providing the world’s most valuable IP and location intelligence, while preserving the safety and privacy of consumers.

At Digital Envoy, we are excited about building a diverse team and creating an inclusive environment where everyone can thrive. All employees must be authorized to work in the United States. Digital Envoy provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Digital Envoy complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities.

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