Amii is thrilled to add a Machine Learning Scientist to our Team! We work directly with clients who are eager to implement machine learning into their businesses and are looking for an individual that can provide the scientific advice needed to make it happen.
This is an incredible opportunity to have a front-row seat to see technology adoption in action and uncover the potential that AI holds. Our clients will entrust you with the guidance and direction of their innovative projects, and we are looking for someone who will share their level of ambition.
We're looking for a driven candidate who will lead client engagements and has expertise in applying machine learning in industry. You’re likely our ideal candidate if you:
You will work alongside a team of accomplished individuals who are passionate about driving AI adoption forward. Be a part of a hard-working team that values culture and likes to have fun. If you’re interested in being part of the organization that unlocks this opportunity in Alberta, we would love to hear from you.
-- David Chan, Product Lead - Industry
The Machine Learning Scientist serves as a key member of the Industry Team and an active participant in maintaining Amii's reputation for scientific excellence and providing insight into their area of expertise.
The Machine Learning Scientist (MLS) uses their scientific knowledge and applied research experience to direct the AI/ML efforts of Amii Industry Partners and Clients. They bridge the gap between business opportunities and fundamental ML techniques, providing scientific oversight on technical projects.
In addition to providing guidance to industry partners and talent, the MLS will support fundamental research through partnerships with Amii Fellows and their students, working with one of the best ML departments in the world.
Scientists empower Amii clients with the knowledge they need to advance on the AI Adoption Spectrum by applying their unique combination of research and industry experience. They support Amii's internal teams as subject matter experts with their technical specialties and applied Machine Learning experience.
One of Canada’s three main institutes for artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning, our world-renowned researchers drive fundamental and applied research at the University of Alberta (and other academic institutions), training some of the world’s top scientific talent. Our cross-functional teams work collaboratively with Alberta-based businesses and organizations to build AI capacity and translate scientific advancement into industry adoption and economic impact.
If this sounds like the opportunity you've been waiting for, don’t wait to apply! We’re excited to add a new member to the Amii team, and the posting may come down sooner than the closing date if we find the right candidate. We will be reviewing applications and conducting interviews as they come in until July 26.
When sending your application, please send your resume and cover letter indicating why you think you'd be a fit for Amii. In your cover letter, please include one professional accomplishment you are most proud of and why.
Applicants must be legally eligible to work in Canada at the time of application.
Amii is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to creating a diverse, inclusive and excellent workforce.
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