Software Developer (KTP Associate) 290108
 

Salary: Up to £40,000
FTE:  1
Term:  Fixed (30 months)
Closing Date: 24 March 2020

The Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering in partnership with Spartan Solutions (www.spartansolutions.com) is seeking to appoint a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP)
Associate in the area of data analysis/processing with a focus on tool chain development for machine learning.

Spartan Solutions Ltd is a software company specialising in solutions for the equipment rental, industrial services, construction and major infrastructure and the oil and gas markets. Spartan is a fast-growing software company building Digital Operations and Predictive Maintenance products to improve asset performance in a global marketplace. Like the 300 Spartans, they have teams of passionate, reliable and pragmatic professionals who do what it takes to get the job done.

The Spartans are looking for a passionate software engineer to drive the automation and productionisation of ML pipelines for industrial informatics. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to develop their technical, leadership and communication skills to help Spartan grow their business.

Based in their Glasgow office, you will report directly to Dr David Williams, Chief Technology Officer.

The post is concerned with the implementation of a cascading pipeline of software tools to automate the process of data preparation for machine learning algorithms. The technologies developed will interface with the company’s new data analytics platform, PROPHES.

You will be employed by the University of Strathclyde but will spend most of your working time at the company’s premises in Glasgow. Optionally, there will be an opportunity to register a PhD with the University.

To be considered for the role you will be proficient in software engineering with a bachelor’s degree in computing science or similar. Practical experience of industrial programming would be advantageous. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills are essential along with the ability to listen, engage and persuade, and to present complex information in an accessible way to a range of audiences.

This position includes extensive management training with a generous personal development budget (£5k) and the
opportunity to develop both industry and research skills for your future career. You will be the project lead, managing your workload and ensuring outputs while having continuous support from your academic and company supervisors.
The project is part of the Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) programme that aims to help businesses to improve their competitiveness and productivity through the better use of knowledge, technology and skills that reside within the UK knowledge base. Successful Knowledge Transfer Partnership projects are funded by UK Research and Innovation through Innovate UK and are part of the government’s Industrial Strategy. To find out how KTP works and the vital role you will play if you successfully secure a KTP Associate position, please visit www.ktpws.org.uk.

For informal enquiries, please contact Dr Robert Atkinson, Senior Lecturer, robert.atkinson@strath.ac.uk
 
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Faculty
Faculty of Engineering
Department/School
Electronic and Electrical Engineering
Staff Category
Research
Type of Employment
Fixed-term
Working Hours
Full-time
 
Salary: Up to £40,000
FTE:  1
Term:  Fixed (30 months)
Closing Date: 24 March 2020

The Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering in partnership with Spartan Solutions (www.spartansolutions.com) is seeking to appoint a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP)
Associate in the area of data analysis/processing with a focus on tool chain development for machine learning.

Spartan Solutions Ltd is a software company specialising in solutions for the equipment rental, industrial services, construction and major infrastructure and the oil and gas markets. Spartan is a fast-growing software company building Digital Operations and Predictive Maintenance products to improve asset performance in a global marketplace. Like the 300 Spartans, they have teams of passionate, reliable and pragmatic professionals who do what it takes to get the job done.

The Spartans are looking for a passionate software engineer to drive the automation and productionisation of ML pipelines for industrial informatics. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to develop their technical, leadership and communication skills to help Spartan grow their business.

Based in their Glasgow office, you will report directly to Dr David Williams, Chief Technology Officer.

The post is concerned with the implementation of a cascading pipeline of software tools to automate the process of data preparation for machine learning algorithms. The technologies developed will interface with the company’s new data analytics platform, PROPHES.

You will be employed by the University of Strathclyde but will spend most of your working time at the company’s premises in Glasgow. Optionally, there will be an opportunity to register a PhD with the University.

To be considered for the role you will be proficient in software engineering with a bachelor’s degree in computing science or similar. Practical experience of industrial programming would be advantageous. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills are essential along with the ability to listen, engage and persuade, and to present complex information in an accessible way to a range of audiences.

This position includes extensive management training with a generous personal development budget (£5k) and the
opportunity to develop both industry and research skills for your future career. You will be the project lead, managing your workload and ensuring outputs while having continuous support from your academic and company supervisors.
The project is part of the Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) programme that aims to help businesses to improve their competitiveness and productivity through the better use of knowledge, technology and skills that reside within the UK knowledge base. Successful Knowledge Transfer Partnership projects are funded by UK Research and Innovation through Innovate UK and are part of the government’s Industrial Strategy. To find out how KTP works and the vital role you will play if you successfully secure a KTP Associate position, please visit www.ktpws.org.uk.

For informal enquiries, please contact Dr Robert Atkinson, Senior Lecturer, robert.atkinson@strath.ac.uk
 
Click here for full details.