Applications are invited for a temporary position of a Data Scientist II within the UCD School of Computer Science / CeADAR, Irish Center for Applied Data Analysis and Artificial Intelligence.

The CeADAR is looking for an experienced person with a proven track record in data science in the research industry (> 4 years). Individuals in this position should have a proven track record in applying artificial intelligence, machine learning, computational statistics and statistics to specific problems, particularly in areas such as deep learning, graphical models, reinforcement learning, computer perception, natural language processing and data representation.

The ideal candidate will have a keen interest in contributing to the development of proof-of-concepts to enable businesses to leverage the benefits of cutting-edge AI algorithms. CeADAR is based at University College Dublin and is government-funded to help businesses adopt AI. CeADAR is also the European digital innovation hub for AI in Ireland and therefore works extensively in Europe. Applied research at CeADAR covers broad aspects of AI and data analytics using advanced machine learning to process structured and unstructured data from many different industries.

This is an exciting opportunity to be involved in this strategic and nationally important area of ​​AI and analytics where CeADAR shapes strategy at national and European level.

Salary scale: €53,000 – €63,000 per year.

Appointment within the above range will depend on qualifications and experience.

Closing date: 5.00pm (local Irish time) on 8th September 2022.

Applications must be submitted by the specified closing date and time. All applications still in progress at the closing time of 5.00pm (Irish local time) on the specified closing date will be automatically canceled by the system. The UCD is unable to accept late applications. UCD does not need the help of recruiting agencies. All CVs submitted by recruitment agencies will be returned.

Before applying, further information (including how to apply) should be obtained from the Work at UCD website:

Sean N. Ayres