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About JLG, An Oshkosh Company
JLG began in 1969, when our founder, John L. Grove set out to resolve growing safety concerns in the construction industry. Since then we have been committed to understanding the challenges and delivering innovative solutions to the access market. We partner with customers to provide quality equipment, training opportunities and trusted support within the access industry. We are a global company, and our products—including mobile elevating work platforms, telehandlers, utility vehicles and accessories—can be found all over the world.
In this role, the data scientist intern will use techniques from statistical analysis, optimization, machine learning and advanced visualization to develop data driven insights and predictive capabilities for JLG’s machine data.
- Apply data science and machine learning techniques to analyze and derive insights from a wide range of datasets collected across JLG’s business.
- Develop advanced diagnostic and predictive algorithms for JLG’s connected machines.
- Prepare datasets from application engineering, telematics systems, and internal product testing for ingestion into the Oshkosh cluster.
- Apply advanced visualization techniques to communicate data insights to both technical and non-technical audiences in a clear and concise manner.
- Conduct independent research on new technologies
- Student in a Sophomore standing or greater working towards a Bachelor’s degree in Data Analytics, Data Science, Computer Engineering or related degree.
- Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above.
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