As a machine learning engineer, you will identify, shape, apply, conduct, and lead research that matches critical government needs.
- BS in Computer Science or related discipline + (Ideally)5-10 years of professional experience
- Flexible to travel to Pittsburgh, PA and Washington, DC, sponsor sites, conferences, and offsite meetings on occasion. Moderate (25%) travel outside of your home location.
- You will be subject to a background investigation and must be eligible to obtain and maintain a Department of Defense security clearance.
- Extensive Hands-on Research in Applied Machine Learning/Artificial Intelligence
- Experience with tools, techniques, algorithms, software, and programming languages for deep learning, reinforcement learning, statistics, sensors and sensor fusion, planning, computer vision, or related areas.
- Experience working on government projects
- Hands-on research: You'll conduct and lead novel research in applied machine learning and artificial intelligence.
- Solution development: You'll work with and lead interdisciplinary teams to turn research results into prototype operational capabilities for government customers and stakeholders.
- Strategy: You'll work with Center leaders and colleagues to plan, develop, and carry out an overall research strategy, and to influence the national research agenda regarding future technology.
- Collaboration: You'll actively participate on teams of software developers, researchers, designers, and technical leads. You'll build relationships and collaborate with researchers, government customers, and other stakeholders to understand challenges, needs, possible solutions, and research directions.