Do you love the athletic mindset?  Do you ‘get’ data and love cool algorithms?  Are you ready to join the best brand on the planet?  Under Armour is looking for a Data Scientist who will support our product, sales, leadership and marketing teams with insights gained from analyzing 1st party and 3rd party data. The ideal candidate will be processing some of the largest data sets in the industry! She or he will subsequently build models to propose and test the effectiveness of different courses of action. You love nothing more than a rigorous and repeatable test design.  We can offer you an exciting work environment, surrounded by teammates with a similar passion and excitement in a world-class company/brand.  Rest assured that you will be working on the most important projects at Under Armour using the latest technology and leveraging the data, work and models from across the globe.  Are you ready to make a difference?

Responsibilities for

  • Work with stakeholders throughout the organization to identify opportunities for leveraging company data to make better decisions and assure improved outcomes
  • Explore and analyze data from to drive optimization and improvement of product development, marketing and business strategies
  • Improve the effectiveness of new data sources and data gathering techniques
  • Build custom algorithms to measure and optimize customer experiences, revenue generation, ad targeting and other business outcomes
  • Develop processes and tools to analyze model performance and data accuracy

Qualifications for Data Scientist

  • BS/MS/PhD in STEM; 2+years of experience
  • Demonstrated coding proficiency with Python (3x), R, SQL
    • Data ingestion and manipulation (Panda, dyplr etc)
    • Familiar with coding/design patterns for analytics (MVT, BSTS etc)
    • Experience with graphical libraries (Panel, Bokeh, D3)
  • Experience working with data to cleanse and create features
  • Knowledge of a variety of supervised/unsupervised learning techniques
  • Skilled at advanced statistical techniques and concepts or Bayesian application – feel free to convince us which is right!  
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • A passion for mastering the new technologies and techniques
  • Ideally, some experience using cloud /web services such as AWS, Adobe Target, SalesForce Einstein, Google/FB Paid media via Google Analytics, Adwords, Facebook Insights, etc.

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