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Amazon.com is looking for a Research Scientist, Social Shopping Technology and Machine Learning in Seattle, WA.


Amazon.com is looking for a Research Scientist, Social Shopping Technology and Machine Learning in Seattle, WA. The post states, “Amazon needs a seasoned research scientist to join customer reviews development team in Seattle, WA. We own Amazon’s famous Customer Reviews – one of the world’s largest community driven products. User contributed reviews are a tremendously visible aspect of Amazon’s brand and a key competitive advantage. Millions of shoppers use customer reviews every day to make buying decisions through our global websites and mobile apps. This translates to a direct impact to Amazon’s core business and customer experience… You’re a scientist looking for a career where you’ll be able to lead, to deliver, and to influence. You look at problems holistically, and thrive on the intricate complexity of designing multi-factor experiments and analyzing large quantities of data. You want to work on projects where you are implementing creative solutions to real problems and develop deep understanding of the problem space.”


Qualifications for the position include: “PhD in Statistics, Computer Science, Bioinformatics or related discipline. Proven record of designing algorithmic solutions to real-world applications in data-rich fields such as e-commerce, bioinformatics, or finance. At least three years of experience performing research using R, MATLAB, or other data mining tools. Working knowledge of SQL, Java and scripting languages such as Python. Focus on delivering practical customer facing solutions. Domain knowledge and experience in information retrieval, statistics, machine learning, data mining, natural language processing and algorithm optimization. Ability to distill problem definitions, models, constraints from informal business requirements; and to deal with ambiguity and competing objectives.”


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