This is a great opportunity to be involved in the core business development strategy of Cathie. As a global offshore geoscience and geotechnical engineering consultancy company, we’re working with Northumbria University to explore the opportunities to provide state-of-the-art geoscience solutions to clients across the world by using artificial intelligence and other modern and emerging digital technologies.
This Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) project will develop a new service to automate data analysis for seabed engineering developments in offshore and near-shore industries, including wind energy driven by AI-enabled predictions from geotechnical data.
Who are we looking for?
A recent graduate with a BSc/BEng/MSc or PhD degree in Computer Science or a similar discipline
Previous experience in programming, such as web development and mobile application development, database design and implementation, and using Artificial intelligence and machine learning tools.
The ability to write high quality reports and papers for publication and dissemination and to develop marketing materials.
The capacity to develop skills in the following areas: (1) software development and graphical user interface for cloud application, (2) machine learning for data analysis and visualisation, (3) requirements capture and user testing, and (4) a passion for problem solving and the adaptability of accommodating evolving requirements of the project.
The opportunities available to you:
Leading and delivering a challenging and strategic R&D project that directly impacts the business
Support from an academic team with specialist knowledge and experience relevant to the project
Potential to be retained in a permanent position within the company at the end of the project
Salary between £27,000 – £32,600 depending on experience, plus competitive package
£4,000 professional training and personal development budget
Residential leadership & management programme at Ashornehill College https://www.ashornehill.co.uk/
Potential for performance-related bonus
This is full time, fixed term contract for 24 months.
The closing date for applications is 16th November.
For more information and to apply, please visit Northumbria University’s Job page