Machine Learning Engineer

Oslo
740000kr - 750000kr per annum

Machine Learning Engineer

Oslo, Norway

750 000 NOK

THE COMPANY

This is a unique opportunity for a Data Scientist that also has an interest in the backend data engineering aspects of their work. The role sits within one of Europes most well-known media groups, in a team of Data Scientist and Data Engineers.

THE ROLE

As a machine learning engineer you will

  • Contribute to the production of robust, scalable services for business units within the media group (these can range from publishers, consumer businesses, monetization solutions and growth companies).
  • Use programming, statistics, machine learning to build services which increase efficiency, personalisation and relevance of content.
  • As a machine learning engineer you will partake from ideation through to production and maintain services after delivery to ensure data quality and accuracy.

THE BENEFITS

  • As a Machine Learning Engineer you will be enrolled in a career development programme specific to your goals.
  • You will join a group known for knowledge sharing.
  • Competititve salary on offer.
  • International

YOUR QUALIFICATONS

  • Masters degree in Computer Science, Statistics, Mathematics, or similar
  • Confident statistical and machine learning skills
  • Your most recent experience has you working with tools like: Python, Tensorflow, KERAS etc.
  • You enjoy data engineering as much as modelling!

HOW TO APPLY?

In order to apply to this role, use the apply button on this page. To learn about similar positions get in touch with Sabine at Harnham,

KEYWORDS

Data Science, Data Scientist, Machine Learning, Python, Java, Scala, Modelling, Data Science, Machine Learning Engineer, Algorithms, Next Best Action Modelling, Recommendation Engines, Deep Learning

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Oslo
740000kr - 750000kr per annum
  1. Permanent
  2. Data science

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