Developer Relations, Data Science at NVIDIA
We are looking for an experienced leader who has a deep understanding of the technical and business aspects of Data Science and can apply this to helping NVIDIA bring our technologies to these markets.
We need hard-working and creative people who want to work on cutting edge technology and are dedicated to helping the rapidly growing ecosystem of Data Science workflows. NVIDIA wants to be the engine that powers all the Data Science platforms in the world – whether they use a laptop, workstation, enterprise server, supercomputer, public or private cloud.
What you’ll be doing:
This is a public-facing role and you will voice support for and work closely with NVIDIA business development leaders across the verticals that are appropriate for Data Science use cases. Specifically, you will be working on executing the strategy for Data Science as set forth from the product team. You will collaborate with NVIDIA engineering and field support teams, as a trusted advisor and advocate for the Data Science developer.
What we need to see:
BS or higher in Computer Science / Computer Engineering or equivalent work experience
8+ years of data science experience
Proven experience in a technical role
Hands-on experience working in the Data Science community, both in development and management and leading ISV workflows
Experience using Data Science pipelines and workflow software
Track record of delivering enterprise software products
Understanding of tools and technologies used in typical data science workflows
Superb written and verbal communication skills and collaborative demeanor
Comfortable speaking publicly to technical audiences, representing the company for the consortium and advisory councils
Demonstrable ability to multi-task on numerous projects
Collaborative and synergistic
Ability to work autonomously with minimal direction
Ways to stand out from the crowd:
10+ years in software development
In-depth knowledge of how data science is being used in markets covered by NVIDIA
Deep understanding of NVIDIA SDKs