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Machine Learning Scientist

Machine Learning Scientist

Cambridge – Hybrid

 

We are seeking a Technical Product Manager for our client that has developed a unique data science software that makes noisy data valuable. They work with leaders in various sectors to make their R&D quicker and more cost efficient. The use of this software has lead to better products and a smoother development processes. They have worked with the likes of Rolls-Royce, NASA and AstraZeneca to name but a few of their clients.

Key responsibilities

  • Work with our head of machine learning to develop new algorithms
  • Work closely with the software engineers to guarantee new tools and approaches are suitable

Essential skills

  • MSc or PhD in machine learning, computer science, statistics, mathematics, or similar field.
  • Experience in statistical analysis and machine learning.
  • Highly motivated and adaptable
  • Able to communicate both algorithms and applications
  • Familiar with python and common libraries (numpy, pandas, scipy)

Benefits

  • A competitive financial package – salary plus share options
  • Flexible working arrangements
  • Scope for career development as an early team member
  • Support and resources to develop your skills and succeed in the role

For more information on this opportunity, please contact Gerald Carew at InterSTEM Recruitment.

Machine Learning Scientist

Cambridge – Hybrid

£30,000 – £50,000

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