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Senior Engineer: building SDK, tools and integrations for ML
techfolk Ltd
Bristol, ENG, United Kingdom

Job Title

Senior Engineer: building SDK, tools and integrations for ML

Job Description

We're hiring customer focused software engineers, working in C++ and Python, for significant projects embracing emerging machine intelligence compute technology.

Our customers - which include research organisations, universities, technology vendors and enterprises - are developing new capabilities to accomplish things that were not possible using current ML technologies, driving the next advances in machine intelligence.

We need you to help them define and validate how they adopt our compute products. Across the team we collaborate on a rich mix of analysis, debugging, design, coding, verification, integration, optimisation and technical support, collaborating with our accomplished domain experts and researchers. You will also build the tools and digital knowledge base that makes this process easier.

We offer a supportive and welcoming environment where you can learn and flourish. From day one you'll be contributing to important and interesting projects, underpinning the advanced ML community worldwide.

Your understanding of domains such; embedded systems, scientific computing, numerical computation, network programming, systems development, HPC - or indeed AI/ML - is of particular relevance, and we can build upon this. We could equally utilise your familiarity with developing software for data science stacks, or for MLOps/site reliability engineering.

We look forward to exploring where this may lead.

Example projects:

Interfacing between industry and our domain experts Building SDK's for a suite of products Custom tools, scripts, utilities for customers and partners Automating and simplifying how customers consume our technology Producing materials, tutorials and documentation for our knowledge base

We're working with and will help you learn:

C++ | Python | Keras | CUDA | OpenCL | PyTorch | TensorFlow

Restrictions

  • Telecommuting is OK
  • No Agencies Please

Requirements

  • Someone customer focused and solution oriented
  • Adept at decoding complex situations, working collaboratively
  • Strong coding skills, at the application or system layers - we use mainly C++ and Python
  • Strong technical understanding of Linux or embedded systems
  • Deep understanding of AI/ML, Computing, Maths, Physics or Engineering - accrued in industry/research, or through formal education
  • Clear desire to learn, to improve and to share knowledge with colleagues

About the Company

Salary and benefits:

  • Compelling salary - talk with us about what you need
  • Flexible and family friendly working environment - UK hours, work at the times that suit you
  • Flexible amount of holiday + UK national/public holidays
  • Matched personal pension | healthcare | life assurance | dental | health cash plan | income protection

About us:

Our team is at the forefront of the artificial intelligence revolution, enabling innovators from all industries and sectors to expand human potential with technology. We are an equal opportunity employer and want to build a work environment where everyone is happy, productive and respectful so they can do their best work. If you have a disability or additional need that requires accommodation, just let us know.

We are able to provide work permit sponsorship for suitable applicants.

Location: Bristol or Cambridge, with discretionary remote working once up to speed

Even if your CV isn't ready, please talk with Andrew at techfolk to find out more:

+44 (0)117 318 2447 | hello[at]techfolk.co.uk | [at]andrew_techfolk

Contact Info

Previous Python Architect / Principal Python Engineer for Pre-IPO Company, Technical Integrity in Boulder (remote), Colorado (remote), USA Next Senior Engineer: building SDK, tools and integrations for ML, techfolk Ltd in Cambridge, ENG, United Kingdom