Tel-Aviv or Haifa.
About the job Would you like to play a key role helping to turn our cutting edge AI and machine learning research into real life solutions? The Cognitive Information Analytics department at IBM Research is looking for a talented hands-on software engineer with a passion for technology and a wide-angle view on software architecture and design. We want you to play a key role helping us take the next steps towards a computer that understands and reasons over text. If you think out-of-the-box, like to push your limits, and have excellent communication skills, your place is with us! Job responsibilities
Efficiently Implement algorithms
Implement software components as services
Integrate software components in a complex development environment – front-end, back-end, data persistency
Assist in architecture, API definition and software design
M.A. / M.Sc. or higher degree in computer science (Outstanding B.A. / B.Sc. candidates can also apply)
Excellent engineering skills, previous experience with architecting, designing, and developing complex engineering solutions on the cloud
Hands on experience writing code
A strong academic background and able to learn new domains and technologies
Able to effectively interface with teams of software engineers and researchers from different disciplines
Authorized to work in Israel or hold an applicable work permit required by the Israeli law
Knowledge of Java full stack
Experience in machine learning and/or NLP algorithms
Experience with methodological design and design patterns
IBM Research – HaifaIBM Research – Haifa, with locations in Haifa and Tel Aviv, is the largest IBM Research lab outside the US. Our exciting projects focus on healthcare, augmented reality, debating technologies, cloud computing and object storage, computer vision, video analytics, affective computing, quality, security, and more. This is the place where your research ideas can come to life and make a difference in countries around the world. For more information about IBM Research, visit www.ibm.com/research.Thought you knew what IBM was about? Watch this video and think again!