- Job description
Accenture Technology powers our clients’ businesses with innovative technologies—established and emerging—changing the way their people and customers experience work, life and entertainment. Join Accenture Technology and you’ll translate the operational needs of the world’s governments and leading businesses into the innovative technical solutions that will enable them to better serve their customers—your friends, family and neighbors.You’ll deliver everything from point solutions for a single business function to large, long-term outsourcing services, to complex systems integration installations spanning multiple businesses and functions. You’ll create custom-designed solutions or integrate our technology platforms with their operations.
Role :Digital Data Engineering Practitioner
Role Description :Develop analytics based solutions that produce quantitative and qualitative business insights. Work with partners as necessary to integrate systems and data quickly and effectively, regardless of technical challenges or business environments.
Must Have Skills :Data Science (Jupyter/Azure ML/MatLab)
Good To Have Skills :Python Scripting,R Programming,Spark Programming
Job Requirements : Role: Data Scientist
1 Exp in Data science frameworks Jupyter notebook, AWS Sagemaker etc
2 Exp querying databases and using statistical computer languages: R, Python, SLQ, etc
3 Knowledge and experience in statistical and data mining techniques: GLM/Regression, Random Forest, Boosting, Trees, text mining, social network analysis,
4 Exp with distributed data/computing tools: Map/Reduce, Flume, Drill, Hadoop, Hive, Spark, Gurobi, MySQL
Good to Have:
2 Experience using cloud services: RDS, Athena, Redshift, Kinesis, S3, AWS glue
3 Experience creating and using advanced machine learning algorithms and statistics: regression, simulation, scenario analysis, modeling, clustering, decision trees, neural networks
4 Exp in visualizing/presenting data for stakeholders using: AWS Quicksight, Tableau, Periscope, Business Objects, D3, ggplot