Data Science Jobs
Sites like Craigslist, Monster, and Indeed have a lot of data science jobs, but they’re not well curated for that purpose. Searching for data science jobs and data science internships on these sites can be a long shot, and a majority of the best job offers aren’t posted on these mass career portals.
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The current buzz for such job searches these days are smaller, niche job boards. Of course, with data science being the “sexiest job of the 21st century” (according to Harvard Business Review), you’ll need any edge you have to find something.We’ve collected a list of 20 of our favorites that cater specifically for data science jobs. People are hiring as of right now, you just need to be able to know where to look. Use the list below to start applying your computer science, data visualization and statistical analysis skills to business problems as a data science hire.
In no particular order, the list is as follows:
Kaggle is the world’s largest community of data scientists, statisticians, and machine learning engineers. The Kaggle job listings have top ranked global companies like Facebook, Microsoft, Google, Amazon and many others looking to hire bright talent in the field of data science. If you’re a Kaggle member you can subscribe to get updates on the jobs posted as well.
Data Elixir started as a private mailing list and has grown into one of the biggest data science job boards online. You can search by keyword or location to find data science jobs that match your requirements, and have new jobs that match your criteria sent to you via email as soon as they are posted.
Data Science Central is one of the largest communities of data scientists and analytics professionals online. It has a dedicated job site that focuses on jobs in data analytics, data science, business intelligence, data engineering, and statistics. You can create your account and upload your resume on the website.
KDNuggets is a leading site on Business Analytics, Big Data, Data Mining, and Data Science. The website has over 350,000 unique monthly visitors, and over 120,000 email subscribers. Their jobs listings are updated every two months, so you can bookmark it and keep checking for new data science jobs, from time to time. It’s one of the best places on the web to find data scientist jobs, and it has positions across the world and across the United States, from New York to San Francisco. You might even find positions to join a data science team as part of a selection of junior data scientists.
R-bloggers is a community of R programming language enthusiasts comprising of more than 30,000 subscribers. It has a dedicated job board called R-users. It lists full time, part time, internship and freelance job offers related to R programming where anyone can quickly skim through the offers and reach out to potential employers with questions, if any. This is the perfect place to find R-related data science jobs.
IcrunchData is a platform for jobs and news in data science, analytics and technology. You can search jobs by using keywords and location, or you can click on the tags below the search box to get the list of jobs related to the specific tag.
Clicking on the “Get Job Alerts” menu on the footer gets you alerts directly in your inbox on the jobs posted and you can also sign up for their newsletter to get the latest news in big data and data science.
The job listing from Datawerq showcases big data opportunities within some of the top featured global brands, including Google, Slack, Spotify and many more. The job listings come from companies around the world, and they’re listed in chronological order, enabling you to always see the latest postings. You can refine your search using keywords, companies and location.
You can also subscribe to their newsletter to get data science jobs alerts delivered to your inbox.
DataJobs has two types of jobs listed: Data science / analytics and Data technology jobs. The data science category includes data analyst, data scientist, and analytics related jobs. The data technology category has data warehousing, business intelligence, big data engineer and SQL jobs.
You can search for data science jobs by searching for the job title, company, city name or zip code. The job postings page has detailed descriptions of the skills and responsibilities and luckily the salary range is mentioned in the job postings too to help you make informed decisions.
The Data Science Report is the official blog of Starbridge partners, a search firm focused on recruiting data scientists and engineers. The jobs posted on the site are of executive and senior management levels. “Senior Data Scientist”, “Director of Data Science”, “VP of advance analytics” are some of the most common job titles posted on this website. The job postings are updated every day, so you can stay abreast on the latest senior data science jobs available.
Analytics Vidhya is the largest online analytics community in India. There is some amazing content on R, analytics, Hadoop, data mining, data science, etc. The jobs section on Analytics Vidhya website lists the latest jobs in analytics. Most of the data science jobs listed are from India.
They list jobs from senior executive level to junior level jobs in analytics. The descriptions of the jobs listed is very clear; details such as the years of experience required, salary range, and skills are clearly mentioned. It is necessary to create an account and login to apply for a job posted on their website.
Akin to Analytics Vidhya, Analytics India Mag is also India’s leading online magazine on analytics and big data. Analytics India Mag has a dedicated job portal for analytics jobs in India called Analytics India Jobs, that list premium analytics and data science jobs.
Job Postings can be filtered using keywords and city. The steps are as simple as creating an account, logging in and publishing your resume. You’ll then be ready to apply for data science jobs on analyticsindiajobs.com.
You may also subscribe to their newsletter to get latest alerts on the jobs posted on Analytics India Jobs.
The digital analytics association is an active online community of digital analytics professionals. It specifically targets the digital analytics industry. You can search via category, keyword or job status to narrow the results. There are thirteen job categories to choose from: associate, consultant, developer, E-commerce Sr. Associate, freelance, internship, etc.
They feature mostly full-time jobs. And, of course, all listings are for positions in the digital analytics space or closely related domains. Some of the positions will draw on data science experience and could be classified as data science jobs.
Analytics-jobs is one of the popular job boards for digital and web analytics professionals. Type in your desired location and a keyword that encapsulates what you want to do (e.g. “data analyst”) and let the search begin. You can also set daily, monthly or weekly job alerts to get updates on the jobs posted on the site.
If you are looking for jobs in big data technology then you need to check out bigdatajobs.com. The website lists only jobs related to big data technology such as ‘ Big Data Engineer’, ‘ Big Data architect’, ‘ Hadoop Big Data Architect’, etc. You can filter the jobs based on the keywords, location, and distance. Similar to analytics-jobs, the job listings redirect to a different job portal. It’s the perfect place to find more data engineering related data science jobs.
The site features only machine learning jobs. The jobs are sorted by date, thus enabling you to see the latest job postings at the very top.
ML Conf just curates the jobs – when you click on a job opening, it directs to the original source of the job posting. It’s a great place to go find data science jobs that are geared towards machine learning.
Deep Learning.net is a one stop resource for everything related to deep learning. The site curates some of the best deep learning jobs on the web. The jobs are sorted by date and the listings are updated regularly. Click here to find artificial intelligence jobs that will be worth your time.
Econ-jobs is used by over 160,000 economists, statisticians & econometricians each month and list the best jobs for statisticians, economists and econometricians in the US, Canada and around the world. It is necessary to create an account, and a profile to apply for jobs. You can even save listings as a “favorites” and revisit them later. There are plenty of filters you can choose from to find positions best for you. This includes a “career level” filter where you can look for listings that only require 0-2 years of experience. You’ll find many jobs here that require data science skills.
Analytics jobs covers a broad spectrum of career and job opportunities including permanent and contract roles in analytics. The site is owned and managed by the Technojobs Group, who have been a part of the online recruitment market since 1999.
The left side bar shows the different categories of analytics jobs (highlighted in yellow) posted on the site. Clicking on the relevant category leads you to see the list of the job postings related to the category. All of the jobs listed are based within the UK. If you’re looking for a business analyst position there, you’ll probably be in luck!
Big Data jobs board is the UK’s leading job board on big data and analytics industry. They showcase jobs in 16 categories (analyst, project manager, machine learning, etc.) and you can search openings by keyword and location. It is necessary to create an account and update your profile before you apply for a job on this site.
The ‘job of the week’ section on the site show cases the latest data science jobs that have been posted that week.
Stats Jobs is a dedicated job site for statisticians and is trusted by companies such as Google, The Bank of England, Pfizer, The Economist Group, and Siemens.
Only jobs from reputed companies are posted, with posts from employers based mostly in the UK, and limited opportunities also available worldwide. It may appear as if the list of postings is short, but it is updated often. Also, you don’t need an account to apply — so enjoy a listing of data science jobs that you can freely access!
If you feel that there are some job listing portals we might have missed or other opportunities to find data science jobs, feel free to comment below for the benefit of everyone.
This piece was written by contributing writer Manu Jeevan. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to contribute to the Springboard blog.