Data Science Intern (2024 Start)
At Databricks, we are passionate about helping data teams solve the world's toughest problems — from making the next mode of transportation a reality to accelerating the development of medical breakthroughs. We do this by building and running the world's best data and AI infrastructure platform so our customers can use deep data insights to improve their business.
As a Data Science Intern, you will join the Data team of data scientists and engineers to turn Databricks business and operations data into insights for product design, strategies for customer acquisition/retention, and optimizations to engineering system efficiency/stability/performance. The Data team also functions as an internal "customer" that dogfoods the Databricks platform and drives product improvements.
We are hiring for the San Francisco Bay Area. We will discuss more with you as you move through the process!
The Impact You Will Have
- Work with the Data team and internal stakeholders (Product, Customer Success, Engineering, Sales, Marketing and Finance) to use data to solve problems
- Apply your expertise in data science methodologies such as causal inference modeling and recommender systems to real data to deliver insights and/or deploy algorithms to the Databricks platform
- Manage your own project end-to-end from data exploration to presenting insights to stakeholders and/or deployment an algorithm in a product environment
What We Look For
- You will graduate in fall 2024 or spring 2025 with a Master's or PhD degree in a quantitative field (e.g., Statistics, Math, Computer Science, Physics, Economics, Operational Research or Engineering)
- Proven ability to work with data in SQL and Python
- Experience with multiple statistical data analysis and machine learning methods such as generalized linear regression, regression and classification trees, unsupervised learning methods, causal inference, stochastic processes, time series forecasting
- You are excited to solve ambiguous problems with a collaborative team
Pay Range Transparency
Databricks is committed to fair and equitable compensation practices. The pay range(s) for this role is listed below and represents base salary range for non-commissionable roles or on-target earnings for commissionable roles. Actual compensation packages are based on several factors that are unique to each candidate, including but not limited to job-related skills, depth of experience, relevant certifications and training, and specific work location. Based on the factors above, Databricks utilizes the full width of the range. The total compensation package for this position may also include eligibility for annual performance bonus, equity, and the benefits listed above. For more information regarding which range your location is in visit our page here.
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