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Lead Machine Learning Scientist

Permanent @Garniche Jobs UK in IT
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  • Post Date : July 12, 2022
  • Apply Before : August 12, 2022
  • Salary: $170,000,210,000.00 - $210,000.00
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  • Job ID 207944

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Lead Signal Processing Machine Learning Scientist

I'm currently recruiting on behalf of a US & UK Medical Technologies ScaleUp. Having raised an excellent seed round, they are planning to increase their core technology team by bringing in an experienced ML Scientist. They are developing biomarkers that will revolutionise neurology care and drug development. Already in collaboration with the most reputable academic institutions and research organisations in the world, they have attracted lots of attention in the field by demonstrating successful novel approaches to longstanding challenges.

The company operate out of Cambridge and California. You can be based in either of these locations. You'll be working in a multi-disciplinary team in the aims of discovering novel biomarkers and building predictive diagnostic models from them. This will be aimed at neurological disorders. Having demonstrable experience in a role that uses Signal Processing and Machine Learning for said activities is a must. You'll be looking at Time-Series data, Biomedical Data and with the wider collaboration of the team, apply complex ML algorithms to them that will hopefully shine a light on the early diagnosis of diseases. In terms of technical skills, you should be a strong programmer and have experience with all of the right Python libraries and Frameworks. A core and fundamental understanding of Deep Learning & Signal Processing is vital.

In terms of re-numeration, the total package on offer is around £200,000 P/A. This is made up of a very strong basic and stock options. This is a key hire and you will be expected to add a lot of value in the companies ML direction. A strong academic background and PhD in a related field is vital too – you'll be working at the intersection of science and engineering, so a high level of skill across both is vital.

If the following sounds like you:

MSc &/OR PhD in Computer Science, Comp Neuroscience, Biomedical Engineering or related
5+ years working in a commercial environment and solid exp. In a MedTech/Life Sciences background
Demonstrable experience applying ML & Signal Processing to problems surrounding ocular (or similar) biomarkers
Experience in Python, TensorFlow/Keras/PyTorch, modern development skills and more R&D based programming
Highly ambitious, self manageable, dedicated and passionate about making the world a better placeThen do not hesitate to get in touch with Kieran Haynes to find out more. My client are interviewing ASAP and are looking to bring this person onboard in the next 3-4 months (sooner if possible!).

Lead Signal Processing Machine Learning Scientist