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Data Science Team Lead

  • Location: City of London
  • Salary: £90,000-£105,000
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Job reference: 171531GR
  • Sector: Banking
Job Description

I have been engaged by a really interesting and progressive banking group to help them with the expansion of their data science team. You will be working in a hands on role, managing a small team who are focused on a range of projects across the financial crime space, with a mandate to innovate and build new technical solutions to help the bank fight financial crime.


Working as part of this focused team, examples of typical pieces of work would include: Design & build of algorithms and deploying machine learning techniques to detect financial crime risk, building analytical models to assist with the filtering of alerts generated by existing financial crime systems to limit the number of false positives produced by the systems.



  • Ideally a Masters degree or PhD in a technical, scientific or statistical discipline
  • Ability to manage a team and develop members of staff
  • Strong knowledge of machine learning techniques
  • Background working with R & Python and the ability to learn new languages when required

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