JOB OFFER: Senior Research Engineer for Hot Web 2.0 Company

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Senior Research Engineer for Hot Web 2.0 Company -San Francisco, CA

If you are looking for a creative, fun environment, please send me your resume and I will call you to discuss further and answer any questions that you may have.

This dynamic company is looking for a talented research engineer to help us improve the quality of our recommendation engine. This will involve research, analysis and implementation of algorithms and data elicitation methods that improve recommendation relevance as user feedback occurs. The data source: Explicit preference and markup data on 10M websites from millions websurfers. In total over 2 billion detailed rating/review records are available to analyze.

* Work with engineers and designers on methods of improving website quality
* Invent new algorithms for information distribution and content discovery
* Use statistical methods and machine learning to characterize user preference
* Investigate data mining and concept extraction strategies
* Evaluate and optimize classification and clustering methods

* 3+ yrs of applied research experience related to computational linguistics, data analysis or search
* Experience with statistical analysis and machine learning techniques
* Knowledge of Text classification, Linguistics and Clustering
* Knowledge of Evolutionary, Bayesian, and Markov approaches a bonus
* SQL, Databases, XML experience required
* PHP/Perl, C/C++ experience strongly desired
* Strong people skills to work with other engineers
* Strong work ethic, diligent and reliable
* Proactive problem solving skills
* Adaptable and innovative

All jobs are located in downtown San Francisco, and include health benefits and stock options

Sorry, no sponsorship available. The position is full-time and on-site.

If you are interested, please send your updated resume to anthony [at] chancellor [dot] com or call me to discuss the position at 415-332-0123

Please see also our Passthru Program Link for contractors who find their own contract and need a 3rd party for billing (low rates),

Keywords: PHP, MySQL, Bayesian, Markov, SQL, San Francisco, Bay Area, Linux, Apache, SOMA

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