Are you a talented Machine Learning Data Scientist with a passion for understanding user behaviors and preferences? Do you find thrill in deciphering vast datasets, unearthing patterns, and translating them into actionable insights? We invite you to be a driving force in our team as a Machine Learning Data Scientist, driving insights from user data that will steer the evolution of our platform. This is not just a job; it's an opportunity to revolutionize the way education adapts to its users. Embrace the challenge and be the beacon that guides our educational transformation.
The Machine Learning Data Scientist will be an integral part of our dynamic start-up team in the Ed-Tech industry. They will drive the development of AI-powered tools to analyze user behavioral and transactional data. The candidate will be at the forefront of creating and optimizing models that ensure innovative and effective learning experiences in line with the curriculum.
Your responsibilities include:
Join an EdTech pioneer that's reshaping the landscape of education.
Collaborative and inclusive environment that values innovation and diverse perspectives.
Opportunities for skill development and professional growth.
Competitive compensation package and comprehensive benefits.
Become part of a mission-driven team working towards a brighter future.
If you're passionate about harnessing the power of data to revolutionize the field of education, we encourage you to apply. Share your resume and a cover letter detailing your relevant experience and your enthusiasm for our mission. Join us in constructing a data-driven future of learning.
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is a free learning platform for all students aged 9-19 and already offers explanatory videos, summaries and practice units for English, Maths, Science topics in other European countries. The team of this young startup is committed to changing the world of international education for the long term: All students - regardless of background - should not only have the same right, but also the same access to education. Why do we want that?
Everyone has the right to education", says the 26th article of human rights. Well said... the problem is that while everyone has the same right to education, not everyone has the same access to education. Some have good teachers. Others don't. Some have older siblings. Others don't. Some have money for tutoring. Others don't.