- A unique opportunity for a recently qualified computer scientist to work on a joint project under Knowledge Transfer Partnership, between Scymaris and the University of Plymouth.
- The key objective of this role is to develop a dynamic software data analytics tool to predict the impact of new chemicals and compounds upon the environment and to enable certification testing to be optimised.
- You will have practical experience of collating, aggregating and securing data from various sources and developing complex databases.
- Evidence of familiarity with data analytical techniques is also essential. Highly numerate with a methodical and tenacious approach to projects.
- Experience of working in a relevant industry is desirable as is understanding the techniques and tools used to manipulate Big Data Sets.
- The ability to develop and refine a vision for an ongoing and growing data analytics capability based on a variety of data sources, both internal and external is important and candidates should be prepared to speak to this as part of the interview process.
- Your personal qualities will include an appreciation for environmental issues and of reducing environmental impacts.
- You will have demonstrable communication skills with the ability to lead a project from the technical/scientific perspective.
You will have a good first degree with a minimum 2:1 (hons) in a relevant subject such as computer science, computing and informatics or data science. A postgraduate qualification such as an MSc in data analytics/science or a relevant subject would be advantageous.
Accepted degree subjects
- computer sciences and IT
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