Energy Markets & Analytics Data Engineer - Energy

Overview:
Are you looking for a company that values its culture as highly as the work it does? In a business where the people are always put first? With colleagues you value and trust?

We can provide you with all of that and more.

We’re looking for another great person to join the team. Someone who is just as passionate about their own development as they are about our industries. A new colleague who brings their own views and perspective based on their own expertise and experience to date. Ultimately, another friendly face in the office, and another person to join our fantastic company events.

Our market leading growth in the Energy, Financial Services, Telco and Media and Products and Services industries, along with our continued ambitious expansion plans, mean that we can continue to offer our employees the progression, development and diverse range of client engagements they are looking for.

Baringa believe that diversity is paramount to driving creativity, innovation and value for our clients and for our people. All applications will receive consideration for employment without regard to ethnicity, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, nationality, disability, age, or social background.

These are the reasons people come to us, and these are the reasons they stay. 

What will you be doing?
You will be an integral member of the Energy Markets and Analytics practice, responsible for the data that enables the effective running of our suite of models. This will encompass refreshing a large range of datasets (power prices series, electric vehicle data, demand data, etc.) and extending the datasets used, improving the modelling architecture and data structure, streamlining and automating processes, interpreting data for trends, proposing new models, data visualisation and managing our website portal. You will work closely with other industry specialists in a collaborative way and they will help guide you through the methodologies and datasets.
 
“Baringa is a fantastic place to work. As a part of our energy markets and analytics team, you will have the opportunity to use your skills to tackle some of the most complex problems in our industries today, and build a career as a data scientist in a very open and friendly environment. This is a chance to develop and share your passion with great people from a variety of backgrounds.” Adrien Bouyssi, Manager
What’s in it for both of us?
 What’s in it for you?
 
Well, it’s up to you. Baringa is what you make it.
 
  • The chance to operate at the forefront of our industries
  •  Is there a good work-life balance? Absolutely. We take this seriously and work with you and the client to find a workable solution for all
  • Promotion is based on your own performance, and we give you every opportunity to progress by having four promotional reviews a year
  • Ability to work closely with senior stakeholders within Baringa: our Partner ratios are small
  • Who decides what training you get? You do. We invest in you, to ensure you remain the best in the business
  • We believe we are a great place to work – but it’s not just us that says that. We have been ranked first as the Best Workplace in Large Workplaces for businesses with 500+ employees in the UK

So what are we looking for? 
 
We recruit individuals at all levels based on merit. Don’t worry about ‘fitting into a quota’.  If you’ve got the skills we are after we would love to talk to you. Here are a few of our key requirements:

  • A degree (Bachelors or Masters) in computer science, physics, mathematics or similar
  •  Strong mathematical aptitude coupled with an interest in modelling and machine learning
  • Advanced programming in Python, R, including experience in web scraping and APIs
  • Strong data handling and SQL skills
  • Experience with data visualisation i.e. Power BI or D3.js
  • Understanding of development processes and version control
  • An interest in power markets is desirable but not essential

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