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Chinyemba Victor - Data Science

Location:
Atlanta, GA
Salary:
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Posted:
May 29, 2020

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Chinyemba Victor

Data Scientist

adda1o@r.postjobfree.com

404-***-****

Atlanta, United States

github.com/chinyemba

Over 12 years in information and data management, and 9 years of experience in Machine Learning, Data Management, Data mining with large Structured and Unstructured datasets, performing Data Acquisition, Data Validation, Predictive modelling, and Data Visualization. Experience in - Data Management, and Predictive modelling in the oil and gas industry.

WORK EXPERIENCE SKILLS

Data Science Lead

BP

06/2013 – 02/2019

Houston, Texas

PROGRAMMING: Python, R, SQL

DATA STORES: SQL and noSQL,

BP is a multinational oil and gas company headquartered in London, United Kingdom. It is one of the world's seven oil and gas "supermajors", whose performance in 2012 made it the world's sixth-largest.

Achievements/Tasks

Team leader for the Information and Data Management Team in the Global Wells Organisation (GWO) in upstream BP Africa, Brazil, Australia, and Nova Scotia.

Business change lead, and coordinated the implementation of business solutions, such as SAP, Well Integrity Management Systems, Work Management tools, Data Management systems, and many more.

Provided basic information and data support and services relating to unstructured data working across all business teams within the Global Wells Organisation

Developed and maintained processes and supporting tools for information and data control.

Interfaced information and data control resources with partners, vendors, regulatory agencies, and other external bodies, keeping distribution contacts current.

Extracted data from well-logging systems (e.g. OpenWells, CasingWear, StressCheck, Well Cost, and Campos, among others) to build machine learning algorithms to solve various problems.

Built an Ensemble Learning Algorithm to predict whether or not there will be deviation at any given well depth in a drilling operation.

Used an MLP Neural Network to predict Torque and Drag in order to minimize/avoid well casing, and formation damage.

Processed huge datasets (over billion data points and 2 TB in size) for data association pairing and provided insights into meaningful data association and trends.

Used Python 3.0 (NumPy, SciPy, Pandas, SciKit-Learn, Seaborn, NLTK) and Spark 2.0 (PySpark, MLlib) to develop variety of models and algorithms for analytic purposes.

data warehouse, data lakes

Version Control: GitHub

MACHINE LEARNING METHODS:

Classification, pattern recognition, regression, prediction, dimensionally reduction, recommendation systems, targeting systems, ranking systems. Support Vector Machine, Decision Trees, Random Forest, Gradient Boosting Machine (GBM), KNN, Naïve Bayes, Clustering. Text Mining for Natural Language Processing.

LIBRARIES: nltk, Matplotlib, NumPy, Pandas, Scikit-Learn,

Keras, statsmodels, Scipy, TensforFlow, Keras, PyTorch, CNTK, Deeplearning4J, ggplot2

ANALYTICAL METHODS:

Advanced Data Modeling, Forecasting time series Models, Regression Analysis, Predictive Analytics, Statistical Analysis (ANOVA, correlation analysis, t- tests and z-test, descriptive statistics), Sentiment Analysis, Exploratory Data Analysis, Capital/Project Justification and Budgeting, Machine Time to Failure Analysis. Predictive Modeling with Time Series (AR, MA, and ARIMA) and Facebook Prophet. Performed Principal Component Analysis(PCA) and Linear Discriminate Analysis for features selection on cluster analysis; Bayesian Analysis, Linear/Logistic Regression, Classification and Regression Trees (CART)

IDE: Jupyter Notebook, Spyder, Colab Notebook, R Studio

WORK EXPERIENCE

Data Scientist [Frontline Services]

University of Sussex

SKILLS

RDBMS: SQL, MySQL

06/2011 – 02/2013

Brighton, United Kingdom

NoSQL: Amazon Web Services

The University of Sussex is a public research university located in Falmer, Sussex, England.

Achievements/Tasks

Worked with staff from different departments of the University to ensure that clients (students) had a great experience.

Created an interactive Dashboard on the Exlibris Alma system so that staff would have visibility of what was happening and trends.

Was in charge of change management, especially one that affected user experience and staff that directly provide services to users.

Built machine learning models such as linear regression to solve problems.

Used Natural Language Processing to classify tweets into negative and positive sentiments.

Worked independently to develop models that addressed specific business problems related to customer care, marketing of services and machine error predictions (time to failure).

Coordinated digitalization of library resources, especially the collection of metadata from scanned documents.

Developed Decision Support Monthly Statistical reports to upper Management and did monthly presentations in meetings.

Research Assistant

Innovations for Poverty Action

DATA ACTIONS: Data query and data manipulation

DATA VISUALIZATION: Qlickview,

R, Excel Dashboards

PRESENTATIONS: Proven

capabilities to present technical findings to non-technical audiences.

Document Control

SOFTWARE TOOLS: SAP, Excel,

PowerPoint, Word, SPSS, Landmark Drilling Sotfwares, Maximo, SharePoint, Exlibris Alma

COLLABORATION: Interact cross- functionally with a wide variety of

people and teams.

Data Governance

COMMUNICATION: Ability to comprehend needs and concerns

and provide easy to understand solutions.

EDUCATION

Master of Science, Data Analytics

02/2008 – 05/2011

Luasaka, Zambia

University of Brighton

The Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab is a global research center

working to reduce poverty by ensuring that policy is informed by scientific evidence.

Achievements/Tasks

Coordinated social experiments that were aimed at establishing and measuring the impact of government policies on its intended beneficiaries in Zambia (countrywide).

Developed data entry forms and rules in Stata and supervised the National Data Entry team.

Performed data quality checks, preliminary data analyses, and reporting, before passing on the data to the Principal Investigator (Prof. Ashraf Navah of London School of Economics).

Bachelor of Arts, Library and Information Studies

University of Zambia

Certificate in Project Management Essentials

The George Washington University

LANGUAGES

Create presentation slides and posters to help principal researchers present findings.

Collect and log experimental data, and managed the data entry team.

Used SPSS to do data visualizations, and descriptive statistical analysis.

Ensured that the research and experiments were in accordance with the laid down protocols and make decisions on what to do if at any point a research subject violated such protocols.

English

Native or Bilingual Proficiency

Swahili

Limited Working Proficiency

Portuguese

Professional Working Proficiency

Other 10+ African languages

Professional Working Proficiency

Contact: Professor Nava Ashraf – adda1o@r.postjobfree.com



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