Known is a modern marketing company engineered to meet the unprecedented challenges and opportunities facing marketers today. We are setting a new standard by pairing data scientists with award-winning creatives, expert research teams, and strategists to deliver clients the most advanced, end-to-end solutions they need, in the most efficient, effective, and transparent ways. Anchored by two decades of groundbreaking market research and data science, we provide brands with consumer intelligence, strategy, media planning and buying, and renowned creative in all media, producing some of the most innovative, cutting-edge work in culture today. With offices in New York, Boston, Austin, Los Angeles and Seattle, we are a community of 450+ extraordinarily talented people, working as one team to help our clients succeed.

The Role: 

Known’s Platform Data Science team develops and enhances our in-house platform used throughout the media planning and buying process to deliver best-in-class advertising results to our clients. We research and prototype cutting-edge techniques, transform them into production-grade software, and deploy them to the platform. Our colleagues are our clients - our successes help them do their jobs more efficiently and effectively. We are looking for a Data Scientist to join our team to help accelerate the work we are doing.

What You'll Do:

  • Research and develop techniques (e.g., ML models, optimization algorithms, and automation) to improve client KPIs, streamline workflows, and improve Known IP
  • Build and contribute to production-grade software
  • Create easy-to-use analytics tools for non-data scientist colleagues
  • Develop a strong understanding of the media planning and buying process to identify ways to improve existing tools and processes
  • Mentor others

You Have:

  • You are self motivated and are always taking initiative, thrive in a collaborative environment, have a desire to mentor others and are intellectually curious!
  • A Masters or PhD from a well-regarded college or university OR a BA/BS and relevant professional experience.  STEM degrees are preferred.
  • 5+ years of hands-on experience doing quantitative analysis, predictive modeling, optimization and/or statistics.
  • 3+ years of experience building data science software
  • Proficiency with Python and SQL
  • Strong experience using statistics and machine learning to derive insights and improve KPIs
  • Experience collaborating with Software Engineers
  • Experience working with docker, kubernetes, and microservice architectures
  • Familiarity with object-oriented programming
  • An ability to translate business challenges into quantitative problems, and solve them by whatever means necessary, which may not always be strict machine learning
  • Some professional experience in marketing, advertising or media (a plus, not required)

Perks Include: 

  • Unlimited paid time off
  • Equity plan with profit sharing
  • 401k with company matching and no vesting period
  • Annual bonuses
  • Vacation and anniversary cash bonuses
  • Generous medical plan
  • Paid parental leave
  • In-house barista plus cold brew on tap!

Known is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against employees or qualified job applicants on the basis of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or locally protected class.

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