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Data Science Job Boards Roundup

Are you making a 2022 new year’s resolution to advance your career in data science, data engineering, or data analytics? Yay you! We can assure you there are tons of data-focused job opportunities out there, and that number is only growing. At Dataspace, we’ve posted 24% more data jobs in 2021 than our previous top year. (And the year still isn’t over yet!)

But even with so many opportunities out there, finding that perfect data job needle in the online job board haystack can be a challenge. While big, general purpose boards, such as Dice and Indeed, are great places to start, you can find more unique and specialized opportunities on job boards focused solely on data science careers.

So to help you with your job search, we’ve compiled a list of the best data science job boards out there.

Dataspace Data Science Job Board

Before we dive into the full list of jobs boards, we want to encourage you to start your search with our own data science job postings—we offer exclusive data science, engineering, and analytics opportunities with industry-leading companies across the U.S.

General Data Science Job Boards

As opposed to the specialized data science job boards we cover later, general data science job boards list jobs in fields across the data science, analytics, and data engineering spectrum. Some even extend beyond the boundaries of analytics, into more traditional technology fields.

ai-jobs.net

https://ai-jobs.net/

Ai-jobs.net describes itself as the “prime source for jobs in AI/ML and Big Data,” but their postings cover a wide range of careers in the data sciences from around the world. Their advanced search functionality allows users to filter results on a variety of criteria. Job seekers can create an account to save jobs and receive alerts, but cannot upload resumes or apply through the site.

# Jobs1000+
SearchAdvanced
InternationalYes
Resume/ProfileNo
Job AlertsYes

Built in

https://builtin.com/jobs/data-analytics

Built in is an “online community for startup and tech companies” with an in-depth job board that hosts a searchable database of thousands of career openings in the U.S. Their data and analytics job board alone lists more than 10,000 jobs. Postings are accompanied by detailed info about the company. Job seekers can also create a profile to get matched with companies based on their values and apply to jobs through the site.

# Jobs10,000+
SearchAdvanced
InternationalNo
Resume/ProfileYes
Job AlertsNo

Career Cast IT & Engineering

https://it.careercast.com/

Career Cast’s IT subsite hosts thousands of tech-related job postings, of which many are in the field of data science. The site provides a detailed search interface but doesn’t offer a way to browse categories for data science jobs. Job seekers can upload resumes and apply to jobs through the site, as well as create a profile to “get discovered by employers”

# Jobs7000+
SearchAdvanced
InternationalYes
Resume/ProfileYes
Job AlertsNo

DataJobs

https://datajobs.com/

DataJobs was founded by industry experts to help businesses connect with “Rarefied talent in data science, data technology, and analytics.” Their job board offers hundreds of national and international data-focused jobs with a basic search interface. However, many of the job postings appear to be no longer active. DataJobs is only a listing service for employers and does not offer a job seeker portal nor handle the application process.

# Jobsless than 1000
SearchAdvanced
InternationalYes
Resume/ProfileNo
Job AlertsNo

Digital Analytics Association Jobs

https://jobs.digitalanalyticsassociation.org/

The Digital Analytics Association is a membership organization committed to “advancing the use of data to understand and improve the digital world through professional development and community.” Their website offers thousands of job postings in all areas of data science, though their interface is a bit clunky. Job seekers can sign up for job alerts, upload resumes and get a free resume review, and apply to some jobs directly through the site.

# Jobs2000+
SearchAdvanced
InternationalYes
Resume/ProfileYes
Job AlertsYes

icrunchdata

https://icrunchdata.com/jobs/

Icrunchdata bills themselves as the “premier professional destination for data, analytics, and technology-related jobs, career advancement, and insights worldwide.” They appear to host hundreds to thousands of job opportunities with major companies across the U.S. and internationally, but the search interface is quite limited. Icrunchdata also provides job alerts via email and a portal for job seekers to upload resumes and apply to jobs, which includes both free and paid tiers.

# Jobs?
SearchLimited
InternationalYes
Resume/ProfileYes
Job AlertsYes

KDnuggets Jobs

https://www.kdnuggets.com/jobs/index.html 

KDnuggets offers “free job listings for industry and academic positions related to AI, Analytics, Data Science, and Machine Learning.” Their job board provides simple listings of dozens of unique data-focused positions in the U.S. and abroad, many in academia. There is no search interface and each job links to an external site to learn more and apply.

# Jobsless than 100
SearchNo
InternationalYes
Resume/ProfileNo
Job AlertsNo

Open Data Science Job Portal

https://jobs.opendatascience.com/

The Open Data Science Conference (ODSC) is “one of the largest gatherings of professional data scientists in the US, Europe, and Asia.” Their job board is packed with thousands of career opportunities in the data sciences all over the world. Job seekers can apply directly to most jobs through the OSDC website, upload their resumes, and request to be matched with appropriate openings as they come in.

# Jobs2000+
SearchAdvanced
InternationalYes
Resume/ProfileYes
Job AlertsYes

StackOverflow Jobs

https://stackoverflow.com/jobs

StackOverflow puts “developers first” by hosting only “high-quality” technology jobs from around the world, including hundreds in the data sciences. They offer an extremely detailed search function and multiple ways of browsing job openings. Job seekers can apply to many jobs directly through the site, create a “developer story,” and sign up for customized job alerts. 

# Jobs2000+
SearchAdvanced
InternationalYes
Resume/ProfileYes
Job AlertsYes

Specialized Data Science Job Boards

Each of the following jobs boards lists data science-related roles that are focused on a particular area, technology, or other job aspect, such as remote-only work.

Big Data Jobs

https://www.bigdatajobs.com/

Big Data Jobs focuses on exactly that. It’s a searchable aggregator of big data positions pulled from Ziprecruiter as well as direct submissions. Job seekers can sign up to receive job alerts by email in particular areas of expertise, but cannot upload their resume or apply directly through the site.

# Jobs?
SearchBasic
InternationalYes
Resume/ProfileNo
Job AlertsYes
SpecializationBig Data

Data Umbrella

https://jobs.dataumbrella.org/

Data Umbrella hosts a small job board targeted towards “underrepresented persons in data science, machine learning and artificial intelligence.” Job seekers can sign up to have a weekly digest of their job postings sent directly to your email. The site does not offer job seeker accounts or handle the application process.

# Jobsless than 50
SearchNo
InternationalYes
Resume/ProfileNo
Job AlertsYes
SpecializationInclusivity

Jobs for R Users

https://www.r-users.com/

Jobs for R Users is, simply put, “a job board for people and companies looking to hire R users.” The site lists a few dozen jobs, many international or remote. Job seekers can create a profile, upload their resume to a public board to “be found by employers,” and apply to some jobs through the site. Job postings expire after 20 days and will no longer appear in search results, but are still browsable from the homepage and may still be open.

# Jobsless than 50
SearchLimited
InternationalYes
Resume/ProfileYes
Job AlertsNo
SpecializationR

MLconf

https://mlconf.com/jobs/

The Machine Learning Conference (MLconf) hosts a small job board for machine learning-focused positions, many in academia, and displays them along with machine learning openings pulled in from Indeed. The search function is very basic and currently doesn’t handle location input. The site does not offer job alerts nor handle the application process. While the MLconf’s job board is extremely limited, it may be worth a look if your specialty is machine learning. 

# Jobsless than 50
SearchBasic
InternationalYes
Resume/ProfileNo
Job AlertsNo
SpecializationMachine Learning

Outer Join

​​https://outerjoin.us/

Launched in 2021, Outer Join is focused solely on “remote jobs in data science, analytics, and engineering.” They list hundreds of opportunities with well-known companies in the U.S. and abroad, but their search interface is fairly limited and the site does not handle the application process. Job seekers can subscribe to get alerts on new job postings in a particular data specialization.

# Jobs1000+
SearchLimited
InternationalYes
Resume/ProfileNo
Job AlertsYes
SpecializationRemote work

Python Job Board

https://www.python.org/jobs/

The Python Job Board is hosted by the Python Software Foundation and lists more than a hundred paid python-focused opportunities from around the world, including many data science and engineering related positions. The search function on the website is not limited to the job board, but users can browse job postings via type, category, and location. The application process is handled externally, and while users can create an account, it is to the Python Software Foundation website as a whole.

# Jobs100+
SearchLimited
InternationalYes
Resume/ProfileNo
Job AlertsNo
SpecializationPython

Find your next data science job

Right now, there are thousands and thousands of open positions in the data sciences. FInding the right one for you can certainly be overwhelming. It makes sense to take advantage of features like job alerts and resume listings when they are available, but also remember to keep an eye on smaller, more targeted job boards, like our data science job postings. These often have unique opportunities you won’t find anywhere else. And when it comes to Dataspace, we go out of our way to make sure our data science candidates and contractors are happy and that the job seekers and the role are a good match.

Any data science job boards we missed?

Send us a comment below and we’ll review it for our list!

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