Software Developer Machine Learning Python
|Job Title:||Software Developer Machine Learning Python|
|Salary:||£40000 - £50000 per annum + benefits|
|Contact Name:||Client Server Regional Team|
|Job Published:||4 months ago|
Established start-up is seeking a Software Developer to help develop the company's unique flagship product. You will apply fundamental Machine Learning classification, regression and clustering techniques to help develop algorithms to analyse electricity data, which will be reported and modulated using Python technology.
You can use your skills to help make a huge difference to people's lives by supporting the development of the company's latest project which allows people to monitor elderly relatives home appliances and prevent potential accidents from occurring (such as an oven being left on). This is a fantastic chance to utilise your exceptional Machine Learning skills within a company who are humanising Artificial Intelligence.
Based in Cambridge, close to the science park, you will join a friendly and collaborative company where you can enjoy a number of company benefits including a pension scheme, a free annual health check and more.
*Experience developing Machine Learning algorithms from scratch
*Knowledge of Probabilistic Modelling and Bayesian inference
*Library development skills in Python and C / C++
*PhD in Computer Science or similar
*Excellent communication skills
As a Software Developer you can expect to earn a competitive salary (up to £50k) plus benefits.
Apply today or call to have a confidential discussion about this Software Developer role.
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