A globally recognised gaming studio based in Paris has an opening for a Data Science Director.
This excellent opportunity will be ideal for a motivated and talented Director with a proven track record and ambition to work on world class AAA mobile titles. You must be a highly academic individual with technical skills and previous experience in game analysis (ideally on shipped mobile titles).
The ideal applicant will come from a direction background (at least 3+ years) and have experience guiding large teams across challenging projects. You will have the ability to work practically - planning budgets and your time effectively and able to communicate regular updates to senior management.
Importantly for this role you must have the ability to mentor and guide your team to produce results based on business needs and your solutions based on detailed game analysis.
You will have the commercial awareness and technical ability with a sound knowledge of Python and SQL and be able to manage complex algorithms.
If you have the ambition and experience to land in the role and make an instant impact and direct influence on globally recognised titles then this is the opportunity for you. The successful applicant will be given a generous remuneration package with salary ranges dependant on experience.
You will have the chance to lead a talented and experienced team on projects that will both excite and challenge your abilities. To discuss the role in more detail, apply today and contact email@example.com for further details. Applications are being reviewed immediately.
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