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Qbase is looking for a Data Analytics and Modeling Engineer in Springfield, OH.

qbQbase is looking for a Data Analytics and Modeling Engineer in Springfield, OH. The post states, “The Data Analytics and Modeling Engineer will play a key role within the Product Engineering organization developing products in the text analytics and information extraction space as well as developing core infrastructure components of products in the search and retrieval space. The developer will join a dynamic team leveraging Qbase expertise in these product areas.  Qbase is looking for strong candidates that thrive on the challenges associated with building new products and developing intellectual property.  The successful candidate will enjoy engaging in substantive technical discussions and is passionate about his/her trade.  Expectations are very high in terms of skill, motivation, self-organization and productivity.”

Qualifications for the position include: “Non-trivial project experience in text analysis, information extraction, entity extraction, machine learning and natural language processing. Experience with Semantic Web and RDF. Strong working knowledge of data mining or pattern recognition algorithms including decision trees, probability networks, clustering, predictive modeling. Experience with one or more of the following techniques: SVM, Naïve-Bayes, CRF, Binary/Multinomial Logistic Regression. Experience with one or more of the following tools: R, Weka, GATE, OpenNLP. Strong programming skills in Java, Python, C++, or other similar languages within a Linux/Unix development environment. Experience with NoSQL and SPARQL databases. Strong cross-platform skills (Linux and Windows).”

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