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An artificial intelligence platform for predicting urban population movement and i

Senior Data Science Lead

$80k – $150k • 0.25% – 2.5%
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Job Summary

EINO is looking for a visionary scientist and leader with deep passion for predicting future to improve urban life. You will join the design and development team of EINO’s proprietary software that seamlessly performs accurate demand prediction and resource optimization for urban infrastructure. Your experience will include contributing to the product strategy, designing state-of-the-art short-term and long-term time-series forecasting models and building automation pipelines. You will also lead the technical team building process both on structure and culture aspects.

EINO is a deep tech startup founded by Cornell entrepreneurs and scientist with boundless passion to improve infrastructure planning for urban inhabitants and reducing waste of natural resources. EINO is backed by the 500 Startups, National Science Foundation, Cornell-Tech Runway Incubator and PowerBridge NY.

Responsibilities and Duties

• Spearhead data science projects to improve the prediction platform
• Research and development of time-series forecasting models
• Design and deployment of automated machine learning pipelines
• Communicate and propose new technologies
• Maintain current knowledge of technology landscape
• Use and continually develop leadership skills

Qualifications and Skills

• Ph.D. or M.S. in Statistics, Computer Science, or Applied Math
• 5+ years of hands-on experience working with real-world data sets
• Extensive background in data mining and statistical analysis
• Knowledge of Python programming language
• Ability to process large data sets
• Experience in project management and organizational skills

Perks

• Building innovative solutions for real-world problems
• Being part of a growing company with a strong foundation
• Attending entrepreneurial events and meeting with the brightest minds
• Educational support to grow personally, professionally and technically

Why

• The world invests $2.5 trillion annually in telecom, transport, power and water today
• The world needs to invest $3.3 trillion annually just to meet growth forecasts by 2030
• Inefficiency in infrastructure planning hurts our social and economic growth, wastes our natural resources and costs us billions of dollars