Job opening for Machine Learning engineer at Standard Chartered

The FM Engineering team at Standard Chartered is hiring a Machine Learning
engineer in London. Since its formation at the start of 2017 the FM
Engineering team has been gradually expanding with an expectation that it will
grow to ~20 people by the end of the year. The team currently has an
opportunity for a Machine Learning engineer to join the team to provide
technology solutions in direct partnership with business stakeholders.

Key Roles and Responsibilities

  • Develop technology solutions that utilise Machine Learning to address
    business needs
  • Work in close collaboration with business stakeholders on a daily basis
  • Build a broad and strong network of contacts across the Bank to effectively
  • Actively engage other industry participants to gain from their experiences and
  • Develop an understanding of the data available within the Bank
  • Manage and execute proof of concepts as required to explore the suitability
    of potential solutions
  • Frequently communicate progress through internal blog posts and brown bag

Qualifications and Skills

  • A MSc in a quantitative subject (a PhD and/or a Computer Science degree is
  • 2-5 years of software engineering experience (experience in the Financial
    Markets domain is desirable)
  • Strong programming skills in C++, Python or Haskell (familiarity of scikit-learn,
    NumPy and pandas is desirable)
  • A demonstrable strong interest in Machine Learning and AI more generally
  • Strong team player and collaborator
  • Self starter/motivator and ambitious
  • Ability to work under pressure, multi-task and deliver

If this sounds exciting to you, please email the following to George DOT Giorgidze AT sc DOT com:

  • Your CV
  • A short motivation text
  • Coding samples (preferably publicly available)
  • Whether you already have the right to work in UK or you would need SCB to
    sponsor your visa application

Flexible work arrangements are possible, but relocation to the UK is


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