Global R&D Leader, Digital Alliances Candidate

$280,000

Represented by

Nick Stenicka

About Candidate

They are looking to apply themselves in the following spaces: Head of Data Science, Venture (Agtech), Corporate Relationship/Executive Director.

Any ClimateTech startup (but particularly AgTech) who needs expertise to lead a Data Science team and R&D should be curious about this individual. They carry a PhD in  Statistical Genetics and have managed DS teams amassing 50 employees. They also carry experience working in digital alliances and partnerships (from the last 5 years working at a Fortune 500 AgTech Organization) with deep connections in the VC world.

Current Job Title

Global R&D Leader, Digital Alliances Candidate

Top Skills

GIS, AI, ML Ops, Machine Learning

Sectors of Interest

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Built Environment
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Carbon Technology
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Energy and Grid
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Food and Agriculture
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Industry and Manufacturing
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Intelligence and Adaptation
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Supporting Catalysts
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Transportation and Mobility

Years of Experience Range

11+ years of experience

Education

PhD

Work Preference

Remote

Desired Salary

$280,000

Job Categories

Data Scientist

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