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Amazon.com is looking for a Research Scientist – Search in Seattle, WA.

Amazon.com is looking for a Research Scientist – Search in Seattle, WA. The description of the ideal candidate states, “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. You challenge yourself and others to constantly come up with better solutions. You’re a thought leader, and you back up your ideas with data. You want to create value and impact the direction of entire industries.”

Qualifications for the position include: “Ph.D. in Computer Science, Statistics, Bioinformatics, or a Master’s degree with three years of related experience; at least one year of experience performing an analytical function using machine-learning, text-mining or natural language processing techniques; at least one year of experience mining large data sets; at least one year of experience performing research using R, SQL, or other data mining tools; proven record of applying algorithmic solutions to real-world applications, preferably in data-rich fields such as e-commerce, bioinformatics, or finance; experience in innovative data visualization; experience with Java or C++ and scripting languages such as Python or PHP; experience with hadoop not required, but definitely a plus; experience mentoring and training the research and engineering communities on complex data issues; sharp analytical abilities and strong communication skills.”

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