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Research Machine Learning Engineer * £Competitive * London/Flexible * J11388

An opportunity has arisen for a curious and analytical Professional looking for a remote and flexible working role. Datatech is helping a global leader in intelligent automation find an experienced and passionate Research ML Engineer.

The company you will be working for operates in the most demanding IT environments, where security, compliance and scalability are paramount. They provide a scalable and robust execution platform for best-of-breed AI and cognitive technologies.

If you were already in this role, here are some of the areas you would have been working in this week:
●Creating advanced systems that leverage state-of-the-art machine learning techniques
●Prototyping new demos and applications that showcase our technology
●Providing technical support through collaborative programming and design on research projects
●Working with engineering teams to facilitate technology transfer from research to product

In this Research ML Engineer role, you will be responsible for contributing to the research, design and implementation of functionality to equip the company’s product to be the new go-to AI platform. Are you a data science engineer who combines a broad understanding of ML methods and algorithms with excellent software engineering skills alongside having commercial software development experience working in an agile development team in data science and engineering?

To apply, you will also require the following:
●MS degree in Computer Science (or related quantitative field), or BSc/BEng with significant related experience
●Advanced knowledge and experience in Python and algorithmic design
●Knowledge of machine learning and statistics
●Experience with a deep learning framework (for example, TensorFlow or PyTorch)

For full details and to apply for this remote Research Machine Learning Engineer job, please contact Datatech Analytics today for complete details.

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