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Machine Learning Signal Processing Analyst

  • Location: Oxfordshire
  • Salary: £40000 - £100000 per annum per year
  • Job Type:Permanent

Posted 19 days ago

  • Sector: Medical Devices
  • Contact: Dylan Pawar
  • Contact Email: d.pawar@sciproglobal.com
  • Expiry Date: 14 July 2022
  • Job Ref: 183379_1655218489

Signal Processing Analyst in Machine Learning - Global Biotech - Fully Remote Option (England)

Around 1,000 people are diagnosed with cancer a day in the UK. Many being diagnosed late enough to allow the cancer to spread, leading to patients receiving more damaging treatments that shorten their lifespan by a considerable amount. That's why SciPro are proud to represent A Global Biotech focusing on the early detection of cancer through the use of machine learning. Their advanced technology is years ahead of the current gold standard, allowing them to save lives across the globe.

We are actively recruiting for a Machine Learning Signal Processing Analyst, in this role you will be joining a highly skilled machine learning team allowing you to have a large impact on pipelines and projects using your signal processing knowledge, as well as contributing towards the future direction of the company. A unique position where you will gain industry experience whilst still progress with your own development with PhD level training from Oxford transcending specialists

You will be a Machine Learning Signal Processing Analyst applying signal processing techniques to bioinformatic data whilst bringing hope to cancer patients and their families. You will get exposure working with various types of data sets and work alongside your team to determine the future direction of research your team will take.

To be the right fit for this role you will be the following:
- Strong signal processing experience in industry or PhD/ Postdoc
- Experience with developing supervised & unsupervised machine learning models
- Degree/MSc or PhD in a quantitative subject such as, Computer Science, Mathematics, Machine Learning or a related discipline.
- Ideally has experience with proteomic or bioinformatic data

This position is looking to pay up to £110,000 (depending on experience) and can be based in Oxford or fully remote in England!

If this opportunity is of interest to you, click to apply!