PhD Data Science Internship Opportunity with Spectra Analytic

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Start dates: 3 intern positions starting in May, August and November

Application deadline: Friday 28th February 2020 (candidates will be invited for interview shortly after.)

Contract length: 3 months

Job Types: Full-time, Internship

Salary: £1,500.00 /month

Want to use Artificial Intelligence to solve exciting problems in Healthcare, Finance and beyond?

Spectra Analytics is a leading Data Science and Artificial Intelligence company established from the University of Warwick. We work across a wide range of sectors delivering AI consultancy and software services.

Our diverse client base and projects make for an exciting environment with lots of opportunities to solve new problems and develop new skills. Our projects have included: Natural Language Processing of medical documents to help reduce the pressure on the NHS, deep learning video analysis to improve road safety, anomaly detection to identify financial market abusers, and network analysis to spot influencers and communities in social networks.

Want to find out more about us?

Visit our website www.spectraanalytics.com, read our employee reviews on Indeed and Glassdoor or visit our Youtube page (https://bit.ly/2Nizvpu) to see interviews with some of our team.

THE ROLE

We are looking for an enthusiastic PhD student with a mathematical and programming background to take part in a paid 3-month internship.

You will learn the full process of developing a data science / AI solution, from database management to data science and visualisation. By the end of the internship you will have the essential skills for data science and experience of working on real-world problems.

If you're considering a life outside academia or would just like to develop some new skills to apply to your research, this could be the opportunity for you!

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS

  • 2nd or 3rd year PhD student in a quantitative subject
  • Python programming experience

ELIGIBILITY

Only applicants currently enrolled in a PhD programme and have the right to work in the UK will be considered