Principal Data Scientist (d/f/m) Credit Risk FinTech

Selby Jennings
EUR70000 - EUR80000 per annum
19 May 2021
16 Jun 2021
Employer Sector
Technology, ICT & Telecoms
Contract Type
Full Time

One of the most successful FinTech companies in Berlin is looking for a skilled Senior Data Scientist with focus credit risk. If you like to work in a driven, fun and ambitious work atmosphere, have the option to work from home whenever you want and learn from the most skilled Data Engineers, this is your chance.


  • A fun and driven atmosphere office in the heart of Berlin.
  • A great diverse team of more than 100 data people including 10 Data Scientists.
  • Flexible working hours.
  • Company incentives like a summer party, afterwork activity, fruits, snacks, coffee and drinks.
  • An interesting, challenging and varied job with a high degree of personal responsibility.
  • Further training opportunities.
  • Salary up to 80.000 ???.

Main Responsibilities:

  • You work with AWS, Python, SQL, Hive and Spark to bring the machine learning models into production.
  • You are involved in the whole process of development, from analyzing the current status, data collection, cleaning, training, implementing machine learning features and performance monitoring.
  • You are the interface between several software development departments, data analysts and the business.
  • You continuously increase automation and optimization with your own ideas and new input.

Your Profile:

  • Bachelor degree or Masters in Computer Science or related technical fields.
  • Minimum of 2 years of work experience in data engineering.
  • Fluent in Python and SQL including machine learning tools.
  • Experience with AWS or GCP.
  • Experience with Hive or Spark.
  • Ideally, you have some knowledge about machine learning as well.
  • Fluent English.

If you are interested in discussing this role in a little more detail click apply. Even if you are not actively looking at this time but interested in other opportunities we may have, please reach out to Nathalie Zetzmann.