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Role: Data Scientist Intern – PaidSan Francisco or Sunnyvale preferred but not required(We do plan on opening offices once it’s safe and we’d love to meet you in person!)6sense is a Predictive Intelligence Engine that is re-imagining how B2B companies do sales and marketing. We work with big data at scale, advanced machine learning, and predictive modeling to find buyers by predicting what they will purchase, when, and how much.The data science team is at the core of 6sense engineering. Our executive team’s drive and the quality of our work has lead to unprecedented partnerships with companies like Salesforce, Cisco, Dell, and Lenovo. Salesforce was so happy with our results that they invested in us!Our data scientists are not optimizing software – they are building models, manipulating big data, and working with APIs that are essential to the 6sense product. Our models inform smart email campaigns, website personalization, ad optimization, inside sales call lists, and go-to-market messaging. We influence how businesses spend millions of marketing and sales budgets.We’ve never had a Data Scientist Intern and are looking for someone to be our first!What you can expect in terms of the interview process:Perform a take-home test using standard ML tools. Nothing crazy, we’re just looking for you to cover the basics.Do some live coding where you’re encouraged to ask questions and discuss solutions to several problems in python and SQL. We want to see how you handle different constraints and communicate your thoughts.Chat with a few members of the team, ask questions, and find out why this is the right opportunity for YOUPotential projects to showcase your talent as a Data Scientist Intern:Create alerts in SQL/python that will run in our daily pipeline and help monitor our production modelsHelp build-out a suite of internal tools that the data science team will use to optimize productivityFreedom to investigate new functionality i.e. tools to facilitate model interpretabilityExplore billions of rows of data to discover new and fascinating informationFamiliarize yourself with our modeling ecosystem and offer insights as to how we might better monitor model performance.Explore tools that might alleviate pain-points the team is currently facing.Explore huge datasets (billions of rows) to discover new and fascinating information.We’re looking primarily for recent college/bootcamp grads (with or without relevant experience) and others who are currently between roles.