IC Resources Ltd

Graduate Software Engineer

£30000.00 - £35000.00 per annum
07 Nov 2018
05 Dec 2018
Chris Wyatt
Job Function
Contract Type
Full Time

I am currently seeking a Graduate Software Engineer with a first class academic background, including an excellent grounding in mathematics and / or physics, for one of the world's most promising and well-funded AI chip start-ups. As a Graduate Software Engineer, you will be joining my client building an AI-accelerator that far surpasses anything else in production. Their IPU (intelligent processor unit) follows CPUs and GPUs in the processor evolution, and this position would see you working on many different parts of the system, depending on what your specialism is.

An eligible Graduate Software Engineer will have excellent academics (A's at A-Level or Equivalent), a First Class BSc, MSc with Distinction or PhD, with solid foundations in;

  • Mathematics
  • C++ / Python Programming

  • On top of an excellent base salary ~£30-35,000 DOE, you will also receive stock options and further benefits.


    If this sounds like you and you're keen to find out more then please apply and contact Christopher Wyatt, Specialist Consultant at IC Resources. Even if you are unsure that you fulfil all of the criteria, please still apply as there may be similar roles we can recommend.

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