(Junior) Research Engineer Machine Learning and Computer Vision (m/f)

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Number 844
Title (Junior) Research Engineer Machine Learning and Computer Vision (m/f)
Job Profile

SCCH is a non-profit R&D center in Austria with focus on data and software science, funded by the Austrian COMET program. Our research services help our industrial partners to become early adopters of cutting-edge technologies in software science and artificial intelligence. We are proud to be recognized as a competent partner for excellent research and innovative solutions. Additionally, the SCCH is strongly networked with scientific and industrial partners all over the world.

We are looking for a (Junior) Research Engineer (f/m) to join our computer vision team at Software Competence Center Hagenberg with expertise in machine/deep learning and mathematical modelling.

Develop new Machine Learning models for prediction, classification and clustering for our computer vision research projects in the field of our transfer learning and deep learning workflows. Cooperate with our international team of software and AI experts to design, develop and advance innovative solutions for companies being leader in their fields.


We expect:

  • a Bachelor/Master degree of related field of study
  • 2 years of experience in software development (Python)
  • ambitious in research and problem solving
  • good knowledge of English, German is a plus
  • hands-on team player
  • proactive (wo)man of action

We are offering varied challenges in industrial research projects with support for PhD. Our flexible working times allow for individually balancing your professional and private interests. Female researchers are explicitly encouraged to apply.

Interested? Apply and convince us! We are looking forward to your application.

Salary The minimum salary is 32,563 (Bachelor) / 42,840 (Master) gross per year for full-time employment. We offer a higher salary in line with qualifications and experience.
  We aim at increasing the number of women in our organization and would be glad to fill this position with a female researcher.