Software engineer – Data science
We are seeking engineers with experience in developing solutions in the data science domain.
- Work with data scientists and engineers to accelerate machine learning models into production
- Contribute to all aspects of the ML lifecycle i.e. model deployment, monitoring and validation, and champion best practices for model testing;
- Help optimise the performance, architecture, and resilience of data science models and their deployment infrastructure;
- Gather requirements for new features and update stakeholders on progress.
- Continuously develop your own machine learning and engineering skills, and help others to improve theirs;
- Contribute to the company’s culture through code reviews and design discussions.
- Python and relevant machine learning (Tensorflow, PyTorch, Keras, etc.) and ML lifecycle management libraries i.e. MLflow;
- GCP (BigQuery, Kubernetes, Docker) or similar (AWS, Azure);
- Test-driven development and version control (git). Requirements
- Master’s or PhD in Computer Science, Maths, Physics or a similar discipline;
- Experience in a DevOps role, ideally in a Data Science environment;
- Knowledgeable around software concepts;
- High proficiency in Python, including coding, testing, packaging and deployment;
- Experience building and deploying data pipelines, e.g. in the context of ETL and ML applications;
- Proven interest in Data Science (e.g. industry experience or personal projects) and working on Machine Learning projects
- Familiar with Data Science and ML libraries (e.g. pandas, scikit-learn) and tracking tools (e.g. MLFlow)
- Ability to independently specify and deliver your own work;
- Ability to define tasks clearly, estimating timings and efforts;
- Experience in collaborating with people with different expertise to orchestrate shared solutions;
- An ability and desire to learn new skills quickly;
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills enabling you to clearly communicate complex ideas to peers as well as the wider business.
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