Do you want to know the story behind large amounts of data? Do you see that data is at the core of the current financial system? In that case, the position of Data Expert in the Young Talent Program is a perfect fit for you! As a Data Expert you will develop yourself technically by collecting, understanding and analyzing patterns in large financial datasets. We offer a challenging position as a data expert, but the Young Talent Program also offers you a personalized program in which you will learn both the technical and soft-skills required to develop yourself into an authentic high-end professional.
Your responsibilities will include collecting, interpreting, and processing large datasets. You often have to research and edit the sources of this data yourself, by using SQL, SAS, and/or Python. You select the relevant variables, edit the data, and apply the business rules. On top of that, you can also be involved in data engineering projects where you are building platforms or data warehousing. Your day-to-day responsibilities include:
Furthermore, you will be the main point of contact for different stakeholders to whom you may share the insights from your analysis who would like to understand the data as well as you do.Apply Now
For the Young Talent position Data Expert we are looking for graduates with different data related backgrounds, experiences, and passions. To specify:
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