Solutions Architect

London
£500 - £700 per day

Solutions Architect

London

Up to £700 per day

The Company

This company is one of the leading retail banks in the UK which prides itself on its strong reputation. They are focused on providing their employees with first class training and ensures that each employee can progress and fulfil their goals by giving you the chance to collaborate with colleagues of different levels. This company is dedicated to the wellbeing of their employees and ensures a good work life balance is kept also creating a fun and energetic environment to work within.

The Role

In this role you will be contributing in designing and developing a robust architecture of machine learning platforms that enable you to build, host and monitor machine learning models. You will also have the opportunity to engage with various stakeholders and work on a variety of highly quantitative projects. In this role you will be:

  • Participating in projects leading to end-to-end cloud native solutions, working closely with the data science teams for the development of predictive analytics tools, their prototyping and implementation
  • Creating a data platform for advanced analytics teams to enable them in creating end-to-end automation and AI capabilities
  • Deploy modelling and other AI solutions and create ETL script for sourcing and connecting data structured and unstructured databases
  • Integrate new management technologies and software engineering tools into existing structures and collaborate with data scientists
  • Implement data checks and data quality assurance as well as develop bespoke solutions and tools to enhance effectiveness and efficiency of regulatory compliance

Key Skills and Requirements

  • Strong experience in creating infrastructure platforms for machine learning solutions and experience in developing end-to-end solutions and deploying them
  • Experience in creating web services and with Google Cloud platforms and services e.g. Dataflow, Kubernetes and AWS or Microsoft Azure
  • Interest in machine learning and strong understanding of the data science landscapes
  • Strong and provable experience in at least two of: Python, Java, C++, Matlab, R
  • Strong knowledge of Linux

HOW TO APPLY

Interested? Please register your interest by submitting your CV directly by applying to this advert.

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