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Data Scientist/Machine Learning Engineer

  • Department - Research & Development
  • Location - Lausanne, Switzerland
  • Job Type - Full-time
  • Date - 01.04.2020 - 30.06.2020


We are a young and dynamic startup from Switzerland that has a mission to enable modern businesses to understand unstructured machine data in a smart and easy manner. We develop a big data analytics solution that provides extensive analytical capabilities and insights into machine-generated log data for the visibility into complex IT environments.

We are looking for an entrepreneurial, collaborative person with hands-on experience in machine learning, predictive analytics and software engineering.

Your qualification & competencies

  • MSc or Ph.D. in computer science, statistics, mathematics or related fields
  • Relevant industry experience is a plus.
  • Expertise in modern analytics tools and programming languages such as Python, Scala, Java and/or R, Elasticsearch, Spark, Hadoop etc.
  • Expertise in data mining algorithms and statistical modeling techniques such as clustering, classification, regression, decision trees, neural nets, support vector machines, anomaly detection, sequential pattern discovery, and text mining.
  • Motivated and passionate about large-scale machine learning problems, ability to think big and get things done.
  • Good communication skills - ability to explain complex technical issues to both technical and non-technical audiences.

Your responsibilities

  • Prototype, design and develop machine learning algorithms for time-series data.
  • Implement, test and optimize proposed machine learning models for large-scale environment.
  • Closely collaborate with the software engineering team to integrate proposed models with the main platform.

We offer a full-time position based in Lausanne Switzerland. Thus, you have to be eligible to work and live in Switzerland.

To apply, please send us your resume at

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