£64000 - £74000 per annum + company benefits
10 months ago
Software Engineer (Simulation, Machine Learning)
We are currently looking for a Software Engineer (Simulation, Machine Learning) to join a technology powerhouse based in Hertfordshire, who are scaling up their innovation team. This leading edge organisation have increased customer demand and are looking for key members to pioneer research and software platforms across the wider business.
This Research / Software Engineer will become part of a versatile team, working on various projects in Robotics, Machine Learning, Simulation and more. As a Research / Software Engineer, you will be part of a very dynamic and collaborative team, paving the way for future methods in the business. You will also be able to further develop your skills, get your "hands dirty" with the data and potentially publish papers at key conferences in AI/ML.
As a Research / Software Engineer, you can have experience from any object orientated language, but must be willing to learn and also be a versatile team player. You will contribute to ongoing projects and use your prior experience from academic and/or industry to innovate the entire company (and industry).
What we can offer a Software Engineer (Simulation, Machine Learning):
- You will be entitled to a strong salary (alongside company benefits)
- You will have the freedom and expectation to explore research topics in depth
- You will work amongst industry leaders in Robotics, Computer Vision, NLP, Simulation etc.
- You will have access to a supportive office environment (everyone is currently working remotely)
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