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Location:
London, London
Job type:
Permanent
Date Posted:
17 September 2019
reference number:
AA71

Machine Learning, NLP Engineer - London - £60,000-£90,000

A London ad tech business is looking to build its founding team. The Machine Learning / Natural Language Processing Engineer will have had exposure to AI/ML solutions - they will have also published or written research, potentially someone with a PhD in statistics, maths, physics, etc.

As the successful candidate you must be experienced in:

* Building a full scale information extraction pipeline with scheduling
* Building feature representations using state-of-the-art ML techniques
* Training/developing algorithms for training and testing
* Statistical NLP
* Distributed systems
* Big data pipelines
* Able to apply NLP models to information extraction and semantic parsing tasks
* Building feature representations using state-of-the-art ML techniques
* Ideally web mining and information retrieval

Tech: Python, R and SQL

You will be rewarded with an excellent package that includes the following:

* Basic salary between £60,000 - £90,000 depending on skills and experience
* The chance to do something truly innovative in an exciting new business

This is an urgent vacancy where the hiring manager is looking to shortlist for interview immediately. Please send a copy of your CV to Abul Ali ASAP to be considered.

Randstad Technologies Ltd is a leading specialist recruitment business for the IT industry. Please note that due to a high level of applications, we can only respond to applicants whose skills & qualifications are suitable for this position. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.