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One of the goals of the SciPy Conference is to connect the individuals in the SciPy community with organizations that are looking for the best and brightest scientific Python talent. To do so, we offer our Sponsors for the 2019 conference the opportunity to post their job listings on our SciPy Conference jobs board.

 

In addition, gold and platinum sponsors will participate in the conference job fair Wednesday, July 10th at 5:30 pm. The job fair is open to the public.

If you are passionate about scientific and analytic computing, dedicated to quality, and pragmatic about problem solving, we'd love to hear from you. While domain expertise and strong technical skills are almost always required, we tend to weigh "really smart," "highly productive," and "dedicated to developing quality products" more heavily than any specific skill set or degree. If this seems interesting, please visit https://www.enthought.com/careers/

Enthought, Inc.

Scientific Software Developer

Python Technical Trainer

 
 

Please see all open positions at Kitware here

We are seeking strong candidates with advanced analytics backgrounds to fill positions in data science consulting. We are also seeking software engineers, machine learning engineers, and analytics architects to join our engineering team. GAMMA engineering is building the next generation of analytics tools and data science approaches for GAMMA and our clients. Please see all open positions at BCG here.

Twitter Data Science is hiring for the following positions:

 

The D. E. Shaw group is a global investment and technology development firm. Founded in 1988 over a small bookstore in downtown New York City, we began with six employees and quickly became a pioneer in computational finance. Since then, we've built a reputation for successful investing based on persistent innovation, analytical rigor, careful risk management, and uniquely talented employees. Within the D. E. Shaw group, we run on collaboration, not internal competition. Teams work together to share trade ideas, identify and address risks, build tools, and explore new opportunities. Our staff includes world-class mathematicians, economists, physicists, computer scientists, analysts, business-builders, and system architects relying on specialized trading, operational, and compliance expertise developed over 30+ years.

Open Positions:

Quantitative Analyst

Software Developer

Machine Learning Researcher

Quantum Software Engineer JD:

IBM Research is looking to hire excellent candidates to contribute to its quantum computing theory and software efforts. The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of scientific software development, and good knowledge of numerical methods and linear algebra. In this role, the candidate is expected to quickly prototype ideas, enforce good software engineering practices, and improve code performance through detailed profiling and stress testing. The candidate must be adept at working in an interdisciplinary team of physicists and computer scientists.

The successful candidate will be responsible for building tools and algorithms for optimizing and simulating quantum computers, and contributing to the Quantum Information Science Kit (Qiskit). IBM builds the full stack of quantum applications, circuit-level interfaces, pulse-level interfaces and hardware. You will have the chance to closely work with an expert team of software and hardware researchers to improve the performance of first generation quantum computing systems.

​At Capital One, we’re building a leading information-based technology company. Still founder-led by Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Richard Fairbank, Capital One is on a mission to help our customers succeed by bringing ingenuity, simplicity, and humanity to banking. We measure our efforts by the success our customers enjoy and the advocacy they exhibit. We are succeeding because they are succeeding.

See our open Principal Associate, Data Science position here.