Principal Machine Learning Engineer

New York
US$240000 - US$260000 per annum

Principal Machine Learning Engineer
New York - New York
$260,000

This is an opportunity for an experienced Machine Learning Engineer to come into a well-established start-up and build their AI infrastructure from the ground up. You would be working hands-on, developing cutting edge machine learning models like NLP and recommendation engines, as well as managing and growing their machine learning team

THE COMPANY

This is a well-established start up with over $30m in funding and over 400 employees. They work in the food and beverage industry, helping small businesses reach and deliver to customers all over the US.

THE ROLE

With great funding and the ability to work through their own projects, you'll have the chance to apply your machine learning and deep learning techniques that focus on understanding customers. As a principal machine learning engineer on this team, you will be asked to be forward thinking in your approach to applying analytical techniques to advancing the departments capacity.

  • Initially you'll be brought to work in hands on deep learning projects, with a real chance to make an interesting and immediate impact.
  • You will be using complex algorithms to lead this cutting-edge field.
  • You will be leading and growing their machine learning function

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

You will need to be a proven problem solver, critical thinker, and have an advanced technical background to join this growing, yet experienced team. Commercial experience with hands on experience putting machine learning projects into production in a b2b or b2c setting is a must,

  • Proven commercial experience with a strong understanding of machine learning frameworks
  • Prior exposure to putting models into production
  • Have a background in computer science, statistics, or engineering
  • Previous experience at a product-focused company

THE BENEFITS
An extremely competitive base salary of $260,000 plus equity

HOW TO APPLY
Please register your interest by sending your résumé to Elizabeth Sobel via the Apply link on this page.

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