We are seeking an enthusiastic and talented Database Scientist to work on an innovative collaboration between Scymaris and the University of Plymouth.
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.
This is a full-time position working 37 hours per week on a fixed-term basis for a period of 24 months.
What we are looking for
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.
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
How to apply
Interviews are expected to be held at the company on 25 June 2018.
For further information please contact Dave Marshall.
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Closing date: 03/06/2018
Additional job details
Plus £4,000 personal development budget