TORONTO – Have you been thinking about making a change lately? We don’t blame you! Having spent almost 18 months in some form of lockdown, it feels like now is the right time to change things up.
This may include getting a new and exciting job (which is why we’re here). If you are on the hunt for a new gig, then you have come to the right place. We’ve identified some of the best roles available in Toronto right now, at great companies like Chisel AI and more.
Chisel AI has a rare opportunity for a Machine Learning Scientist who wants to take the latest advances in ML and NLP to develop this technology for delivery in production.
This is a chance to take your passion for solving complex problems, and apply your findings tactically not just theoretically, as you build out solutions to solve a major industry challenge faced by large global customers. Reporting to the Data Science Lead, you will collaborate with the Machine Learning and Engineering teams to implement best practices and further iterate on core AI information extraction competency. This is a unique opportunity to get in at the ground level as they scale; to define AI models for the entire organization and to revolutionize an industry with data that’s actionable.
Whether you are coming from a startup, a scaleup, or a global enterprise company, if you have the hands-on B2B (or B2C) SaaS experience, have a passion for building technology-agnostic solutions that streamline complex work, a team-first approach, and the ability to quickly apply new technologies, MedStack wants to hear from you.
Right now, they are looking for an Intermediate Software Engineer to join their growing team, tackle new challenges, and build solutions that are resilient, scalable, and repeatable. This is an opportunity for someone who wants to be part of a mission, enjoys collaboration, and is excited to work in close partnership with the Product Manager. This is a remote position and will welcome applicants from across all of Canada.
If you share our passion for Canadian storytelling and you wish to help engage with individuals and communities across various digital platforms, this is where you’ll want to be! This isn’t your typical machine learning role. You are taking the best of data systems engineering, machine learning and software development, and applying it to interesting problems you wouldn’t normally get a chance to solve at a big enterprise or a startup.
As a Machine Learning Developer, you’ll be able to apply Machine Learning approaches to products, where the expected outcome is to show value to our audience, rather than to increase company revenue. The company has several recommendation systems in production that they actively iterate on. At CBC Digital Products, they tackle the hard problems, while applying the very best solutions to serve the needs of Canadians.
Now all you have to do is click apply.
By: Rebecca O’Keeffe