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ZoomInfo is looking for a Senior Software Engineer – Data Generation Team in Waltham, MA.


ZoomInfo is looking for a Senior Software Engineer – Data Generation Team in Waltham, MA. According to the post, “Here at ZoomInfo, we employ cutting-edge NLP technologies to empower America’s knowledge workers with in depth profiles on millions of business people and companies. ZoomInfo will find people you know and those you need to know. As a Software Engineer on Zoom’s Data Generation team, you will be responsible for improving the data thousands of customers see every day. In case you hadn’t noticed, we take a different approach than our competitors for how we get our data. Instead of relying exclusively on human editors, ZoomInfo leverages the power of NLP and Machine Learning to continually update our database of 50 million people and 5 million companies. As a Zoomer, you’ll get to work with cutting-edge technologies and a tremendously large (and fantastically rich) data set.”


Qualifications for the position include: “Native English speaker strongly preferred. A strong knowledge of Java. Experience with: J2EE, JMS, Hibernate, Spring, Junit. Eager to learn new technologies such as Hadoop, Cassandra, Solr, Jenkins, etc.  Interested in NLP & Machine Learning technologies/techniques like OWL/ontologies, RDF, SPARQL, naive Bayesian classifiers, data mining, machine learning, clustering/tag clouds, etc. Experience with big data and data analysis. A mindset that research should lead to actionable results. Able to look at lots of data to see patterns, draw conclusions and take actions. Excited to tell us why you want to work here and what kinds of challenges you’re looking for.”


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