Biological Machine Learning Engineer

San Francisco, California
US$170000 - US$200000 per year + BENEFITS

THE COMPANY

This startup is utilizing the forefront of cloud technology to develop novel immuno-oncology therapeutics. Well-funded and rapidly growing, the leadership of the company demonstrate both scientific and business achievements. The machine learning team is rapidly growing - be one of the first to develop new technology.

THE ROLE

Responsibilities will include:

  • Building out the future legacy code of the company
  • Applying machine learning and artificial intelligence tools biological data
  • Developing cloud-based data pipelines

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

Your skills include:

  • Degree in Computer Science, Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, Applied Math, or related fields
  • Extensive industry experience in Python, R, SQL
  • Adept in building machine learning models on cloud platforms such as AWS or Google Cloud
  • Understanding of biological data, such as NGS, is a must

THE BENEFITS

  • Base salary range of $170,000 - $200,000
  • Comprehensive healthcare, vision, and dental
  • Commuter benefits, catered lunches, work from home days
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