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Quantitative Analytics Specialist

London, Greater London, United Kingdom, £35,000 - £50,000 , Permanent

Posted: 10 hours ago

Description:

About this Role

The successful candidate will join a team which develops solutions to efficiently participate in publicly available games of chance. These solutions entail the development of mathematical/statistical models and high-performance algorithms; efficient coding; automation of betting operations; data generation, acquisition, storage and manipulation; and performance analysis through back-testing and simulations. Industry based experience of, and genuine proficiency in, Python or R or a similar programming language is essential.

Requirements

● Statistical modelling and skills in data analytics.

● Strong attention to detail and ability to retain information.

● Adept using analytical programming languages such as; R, Python, C++, etc. with at least 2 years commercial experience.

● BSc in mathematics, statistics, computer science, engineering or other quantitative discipline.

● Strong communication and collaboration skills.

● Positive 'can do' attitude, and ability to meet deadlines.

● Willingness to learn and adapt to new environments.

● Experience in the financial, betting, or gaming industries is a plus.

Responsibilities

● Acquire data from multiple data sources, filtering, cleaning and wrapping.

● Interpret data, analyse results using statistical techniques, and provide reports.

● Identify, analyse, and interpret trends or patterns in complex data sets.

● Work within the team to prioritise business and information needs.

● Identify process improvement opportunities.

● Design, build, test and deliver data processing and automation software.

Benefits

● Salary £35k - £50k dependent on experience.
● Annual discretionary performance bonus.
● 25 days holiday per annum, plus UK bank holidays.
● Private health insurance and pension plan.
● Complimentary gym membership upon passing probation

Job Details

1177380650
London, Greater London, United Kingdom
Permanent
£35,000 - £50,000