Posts Tagged ‘Seattle’

Semantic Web Jobs: UW Medical Center

UWMedCenterThe University of Washington Medical Center is looking for a Research Scientist/Engineer in Seattle, WA. The post states, “The Department of Biomedical Informatics & Medical Education has an outstanding opportunity for a full-time Research Scientist/Engineer 3. This position is in support of a 4-year, NIH-funded multi-institution research project in biosimulation modeling, knowledge representation (ontologies) and informatics technologies. This position includes some travel responsibilities to the University of Michigan (our co-funded partner). Work as a liaison among mathematical modelers, bioengineers and bio-informaticians. Apply our ontological approach for modular biosimulation modeling. Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: Socrata

socrataSocrata is looking for a Data Analyst intern in Seattle, WA. According to the post, “Socrata Data Analysts help customers solve data-related problems, including transforming data from a business-process-optimized storage format to a consumption-optimized format. This is an ideal position for a business-oriented analyst who enjoys diving into the heart of data and discovering the depths of what it holds. You will work with influential customers like the World Bank, Data.gov, New York City, Baltimore, Maryland, New York State, USAID, Health and Human Services, the United Nations, and numerous other public sector organizations, working with an amazing group of talented people in a fast-paced technology startup environment.” Read more

Semantic Technology Jobs: Amazon

AmazonAmazon is looking for a Senior Business Intelligence Engineer in Seattle, WA. According to the post, “Excited by Big Data, Machine Learning, and Predictive Analytics? Interested in creating new state-of-the-art solutions using Big Data Analytics and Data Mining techniques to solve pressing business needs? Amazon is looking for an outstanding BIE for Global Workforce Insights. The candidate be working on leading-edge research and analysis to answer some of the most interesting questions about what is on the minds and in the hearts of Amazon’s global workforce. You will work closely with the business and technical teams to perform compelling analysis that delivers actionable results. You will build predictive models that have a direct impact on day-to-day decision-making.” Read more

Semantic Technology Job: Amazon

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Amazon is looking for a Research Scientist in Seattle, WA. According to the post, “Be at the center of Amazon innovation with Amazon Local! This daily deals marketplace offers customers discounts of up to 75% off desirable goods and services in their communities — over 100 regions throughout the United States. This rapidly-growing business within Amazon offers a creative, fast-paced, entrepreneurial work environment. We are looking for a practitioner in the Analytics field to a join a team of other research scientists who use data science/machine learning to build prediction and recommender systems that power the applications and business decisions for Amazon Local. The qualified candidate will call upon various supervised and unsupervised methods in order to: (1) analyze large datasets to identify attributes that directly influence deal quality, (2) understand customer preferences to generate predictions across various segments, and (3) build algorithms to automate predictive learning and drive real-time optimal recommendations.” Read more

Semantic Technology Jobs: Amazon

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Amazon.com is looking for a Research Scientist, Social Shopping Technology and Machine Learning in Seattle, WA. The post states, “Amazon needs a seasoned research scientist to join customer reviews development team in Seattle, WA. We own Amazon’s famous Customer Reviews – one of the world’s largest community driven products. User contributed reviews are a tremendously visible aspect of Amazon’s brand and a key competitive advantage. Millions of shoppers use customer reviews every day to make buying decisions through our global websites and mobile apps. This translates to a direct impact to Amazon’s core business and customer experience… You’re a scientist looking for a career where you’ll be able to lead, to deliver, and to influence. Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: Institute for Systems Biology

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The Institute for Systems Biology is looking for a Software Engineer with graph database experience in Seattle, WA. According to the post, “The successful candidate will join a diverse group of researchers that include computational biologists, clinicians, doctors and engineers. The Software Engineer will be part of a software team that is designing systems comprised of collaborative web apps, interactive visualizations, and data warehouses holding clinical and genomic data types from tens of thousands of patients. Candidates must be very comfortable working in a team environment, and possess strong interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills. Attention to detail, time management skills, and the ability to work independently with a high level of initiative are required.” Read more

Semantic Technology Jobs: Salesforce

salesforceSalesforce.com is searching for Software Engineers – Search Relevancy in Seattle, WA. According to the post, “The Search Engineering team at salesforce.com is seeking talented and experienced software engineers to develop the next generation of search relevancy behind our multi-tenant cloud-scale search system.  Ideal candidates have experience solving real-world search relevancy challenges in large scale hosted search services, have proven ability to design, develop, and optimize the critical sub-systems of a large-scale hosted service. We want you to develop and implement strategies for utilizing natural language processing, intent analysis, machine learning and other leading edge technologies to help drive measurable relevancy improvements in a variety of use cases and businesses that leverage our search to deliver rich user experiences.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: Institute for Systems Biology

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The Institute for Systems Biology (ISB) is looking for a Software Developer in Seattle, WA, to “build web based tools for analysis of cancer genomic data to advance understanding of tumor biology, accelerate new discoveries, and facilitate personalized therapy as a part of our recent award from the Life Science Discovery Fund (LSDF | http://lsdfa.org). This position will also contribute to our work as a genomic data analysis center for The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA | http://cancergenome.nih.gov/).” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: Amazon

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Amazon.com is looking for a Principal Data Engineer in Seattle, WA. The post states, “Are you a data analysis ninja? can you seamlessly transition between OLAP/Relational, Graph/RDF and Hive/EMR without breaking a sweat? want to dive deep into the world’s largest financial/contract transaction system and help formalize our ability to make it automatically actionable for our mission critical LOB systems? This is a new effort within Vendor Systems that requires the ability to work independently and efficiently and come up with solutions that are sustainable and efficient and directly impact Amazon’s bottom line, if you want to leave a mark on the future of Amazon, this is your chance.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: Amazon

Amazon.com is looking for a Senior Software Developer in Seattle, WA. The post states, “Our team is mining for interesting topics and the authoritative relationships between them. We blend of a variety of disciplines (such as NLP, data mining, machine learning, big data, semantic web, graph stores, cloud computing) in an effort to understand our customers and the things they’re excited bout. For example: “Harry Potter” is a fictional universe based around a series of books, and “Harry Potter Wands” are essential costume components. While there are knowledge and entity graphs out there, none capture the rich lifestyles and topics our customers are interested in. And we don’t just build data: we’re looking for developers with Web & App development experience to help us find new ways to interact with our customers.” Read more

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