IC Resources Ltd

NLP Engineer (Natural Language Processing)

£40000.00 - £80000.00 per annum
27 Nov 2018
25 Dec 2018
Diogo Pereira
Job Function
Specialist Area
Contract Type
Full Time

This NLP Engineer (Natural Language Processing) vacancy is based in London with my client who is developing a new legal technology product. As an NLP Engineer (Natural Language Processing) you would take control and decide the direction of the product with the long-term opportunity to build your own team.

What can you expect? Primary responsibilities will be in developing a product that uses text analysis, Information retrieval, analytical skills for the B2B legal tech space.

Eligible NLP Engineer (Natural Language Processing) will have a relevant Master's/PhD such as Machine Learning, NLP, Computer Science and experience in most of the following;

1. Knowledge of building NLP models (Information Retrieval)

2. Ability to research and develop a text analysis engine

3. Good knowledge of Machine learning algorithms

4. Excellent Python skills and ability to use different Python Libraries such as TensorFlow, Keras etc.

If this sounds like you and you're keen to find out more then please apply and contact Diogo Pereira, a 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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