Machine Learning/AI Software Engineer

Tucson, Arizona
US$145000 - US$175000 per year + benefits

MACHINE LEARNING ENGINEER

$145,000-$175,000/yr + BENEFITS

TUCSON, ARIZONA, UNITED STATES

Are you looking to join a rapidly growing company, revolutionizing their industry with their data-driven vision? Harnham are working with a promising series-C start-up as they as they undergo a dramatic shift towards radical, cutting edge Computer Vision technology. They are looking for a talented Machine Learning Engineer that will play an integral role in leading the way towards their envisioned high-tech data identity.

THE COMPANY:

As a Machine Learning Software Engineer, you will be a joining a young and promising company known throughout their industry for their ingenuity and radical vision. Already bringing disruptive change to their industry, they are looking to further their competitive edge with a talented data science team that will become the core driving factor behind their data-reliant success. Benefiting from the unique and flexible cultural environment that an innovative start-up can offer, you will be given the chance to play an integral role in the team responsible for spearheading their fresh, high-tech vision.

THE ROLE:

As a Machine Learning/AI Engineer, you will report directly to the Director of Software Engineering while regularly working on intuitive challenges in the computer vision and machine learning space. You will:

  • Develop end-to-end algorithms and lead the full data science life-cycle, including prototyping and deployment
  • Define and create production level Computer Vision models using real time big data and machine learning techniques to process images, solve complex optimization issues, and pull valuable insights
  • Develop frameworks for data-product testing, evaluation, and incorporation
  • Work closely alongside different product and engineering teams, with a high impact on decision makers and an important role in developing a data-driven company focus

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

The successful Machine Learning Software Engineer will have the following skills and experience:

  • Higher education in computer science, electrical engineering, or related field
  • Experience in an AI/ML focused engineering role with data pipeline exposure
  • Extensive experience in end to end development and production of machine learning/artificial intelligence models
  • Proficiency with big data sets and tools such as Hadoop, Spark, Kafka, etc.
  • Experience with Azure/AWS cloud services
  • Strong coding skills with Python, C/C++, Java, Scala.

THE BENEFITS:

The successful Machine Learning/Artificial Intelligence Software Engineer will receive a salary, dependent on experience, between $145,000 - $175,000/yr. Competitive benefits and room for growth are additional perks of joining a young, promising start-up.

HOW TO APPLY:

Please register your interest by sending your CV to Brendan McMahon via the Apply link on this page.

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