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The NYT seeks Data Scientist (NY, NY) to design and develop machine learning models to promote subscription conversion and retention. PhD in Computer Science or closely related quantitative/computational discipline OR Masters + 3 years’ experience in Computer Science or closely related quantitative/computational discipline. Must experience in a Data Science position; Experience with open source machine learning and statistical analysis tools; Experience programming in Python; Experience communicating complex ideas in data science to business audiences with varying degrees of technical background; Experience programming and deploying Dockerized applications to Kubernetes Clusters; Experience presenting data science results to business stakeholders; Experience in querying and manipulating complex relational databases with SQL; Experience working with Integer Linear Programming.
Role holder is eligible to work from home on a hybrid basis with manager approval. Send resume with cover letter, salary requirements and reference code: 6151197.
The annual base pay range for this role is between $136,000.00 and $153,000.00.
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