SENIOR R&D ENGINEER - ML/COMPUTER VISION

San Diego, California
US$160000 - US$200000 per annum

SENIOR R&D ENGINEER (MACHINE LEARNING/COMPUTER VISION)

$160,000-$210,000/yr + BENEFITS

SAN DIEGO, CA, UNITED STATES

Are you looking to join a global leader as they continue to lean on bleeding-edge technology for industry dominance? Harnham is working with a globally recognized technology company that prides itself on state-of-the-art innovation, a world-class research team, and the latest advancement in machine vision technologies. They are looking for a talented R&D Engineer who will lead disruptive projects and contribute to life-changing research.

THE COMPANY:

As a Senior ML/Computer Vision R&D Engineer, you will be a joining the well-funded research org of a globally dominant company. Already known for disruptive innovation within their industry, they are expanding into new frontiers of machine intelligence, solving challenges that have never been thought of before, and bringing their research capabilities to new domains of AI. As they expand into new business units and industries, they will lean on you and their ML research team to pursue the state-of-the-art innovation that has championed their industry leadership for years.

THE ROLE:

As a Senior Machine Learning R&D Engineer, you will report directly to the Head of R&D while regularly working on intuitive challenges in the computer vision and machine learning space. You will:

  • Tackle computer vision challenges across 4 main applications: Anomaly detection, semantic segmentation, incremental learning, and 2d/3d data analysis
  • Lead bleeding-edge machine learning and computer vision research projects in an organization completely dedicated to innovation
  • Lead research initiatives throughout the entire data science life cycle, from prototyping through deployment
  • Define and create production level ML/Computer Vision models that will ultimately be deployed at-scale
  • 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:

  • PHD or M.S. in computer science, electrical engineering, or related field
  • Industry experience in an AI/ML focused engineering role
  • Extensive experience in end to end development and production of machine learning/computer vision algorithms
  • Proficiency with big data sets and tools such as Hadoop, Spark, Kafka, etc.
  • Strong coding skills with Python, C/C++, Java, Scala
  • Research experience in anomaly detection, semantic segmentation, incremental learning, or 2D/3D data analysis

THE BENEFITS:

The successful Senior R&D Engineer will receive a salary, dependent on experience, between $160,000 - $200,000/yr. Generous benefits and opportunity for accelerated vertical growth are additional benefits of joining a global leader investing heavily in AI/ML research.

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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