UX Engineer – World renowned company working on ‘Intelligent’ technology!

There are some companies that strive to work on technology and products that are more than just innovative, engaging, or are financially successful: some build products that will change the future. Bold words they may be, but an extremely forward thinking company in London working on the bleeding edge of Intelligent technology is doing exactly that. Those that join this team have the opportunity to work on ground breaking technology that will be used in any kind of intelligent system, making it a unique studio and work experience for successful candidates. Amongst hires they are currently on the lookout for, is a UX engineer who is as talented and driven as they are. It’s a great opportunity to support a high end research team who are investigating radical science in neurobiology, machine learning and artificial intelligence – and it will be the role of the UX engineer to help design and engineer supporting tech that will visualise and crunch a lot of the data that is produced. What’s more is the remit requires the UX Engineer to build this from the ground up and have a real impact on how R&D is conducted through the visualisation and representation of data. So what do you need? Be a time served developed in Javascript and HTML5 (or equivalents). Have exposure to data science packages like Matlab or Scipy (and be equally interested in them). Have experience in creating tools that provide end users with visualisations based upon data. In return you will work with a greound breaking team on some of the most meaningful work in the tech industry. Along with a very secure position with a top tier tech company, and a terrific package to boot. What’s not to like? font-family:”Arial”,”sans-serif”;mso-fareast-font-family:Calibri;mso-fareast-theme-font: minor-latin;mso-ansi-language:EN-GB;mso-fareast-language:EN-US;mso-bidi-language: AR-SA”>Contact Pete Leonard on peter.leonard@amiqus now!




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