Golang / Go Job: VP Machine Learning

VP Machine Learning at Sway Ops

New York, New York, United States 🇺🇸   (Posted Dec 13 2015)
About the company
Sway powers the worlds largest marketplace to buy and sell influencer marketing programmatically. Unlike pay-per-click or banner advertising, Sway leverages the cult followings of local influencers to gain attention in a massive way. We like to think of these influencers as “micro-celebrities” as they command the attention of others no matter the medium, geography, channel, social network, or ad unit they use to share their voice.

Job position
Permanent - Remote work possible

Job description
Machine learning engineers must adapt quickly and be able to use all avenues available to perform complex tasks. You will be in charge of world class team of data scientists gathered from notable groups around the globe to solve difficult problems in social influence/ psychology.

Skills & requirements
- BS/MS in Computer Science, Statistics, Mathematics, or related field (OR) have an enterprise level concrete example of your skills in production

- Substantial experience developing scalable machine learning or quantitative analysis software in an industry or research environment

- Ability to understand and deliver in the presence of rapidly evolving product, customer, and business needs

- Proficiency in GoLang, Rust, and using them in high frequency big data environments

Instructions how to apply
Please submit a resume and examples of work to jobs@swayOps.com
Company website: Sway Ops

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