Have you considered using our job search? Click here to search our current jobs. Head of Data Science Summary Salary : £Competitive Team : Data Science, Product Design, Science, Machine learning Location : Bristol or Malmesbury, United Kingdom About us The Global Data Services team is tasked with ensuring that the various parts of Dyson’s business are able to leverage rich, accurate, and timely data to generate insights and make better decisions, whilst ensuring the wider Dyson analytics community is aligned to the Global IT governance and frameworks. Building this capability is a core pillar of Dyson’s global data strategy. As more consumers become Dyson owners, through advancing machines and across new markets, the volumes of data will greatly increase. Understanding how to use this data to improve everything from customer experiences to product development is a key focus for Dyson’s strategy. About the role As the Head of Data Science, you’ll ensure successful strategic definition and delivery of data products that revolutionise how Dyson makes business decisions and operates. You will foster a team of advanced data scientists worldwide that navigate through a myriad of data sources and needs to deliver actionable insight. This is an exciting role for someone who enjoys delivering technical excellence whilst collaborating across the organisation to dramatically reshape the data landscape. You’ll take the business on a journey by identifying opportunities and squeezing value from a wealth of data sources ranging from classic enterprise line of business data to bespoke manufacturing and product design data. You’ll research and develop effective models and products to deliver valuable insights to our commercial and engineering teams by embodying a collaborative approach to deliver technology solutions that enable tangible business benefits. Lesson learned In 1978 James Dyson noticed how the air filter in the Ballbarrow spray-finishing room was constantly clogging with powder particles. Then one day he visited a local sawmill and noticed how the sawdust was being removed from the air by large industrial cyclones. Inspired by this, he designed and built an industrial cyclone tower, which removed the powder particles by exerting centrifugal forces greater than 100,000 times those of gravity. Could the same principle work in a vacuum cleaner?
Malmesbury, Malmesbury, England, Wiltshire, SN16, United Kingdom