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Backend Entwickler / Machine Learning Consultant PERMANENT




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For a young Tech Start Up in Berlin we are looking for a motivated Backend Developer / Machine Learning Consultant (m/f/n)

Start: As soon as possible (latest 02.01.2021)
Volume: Full time
location: Berlin / remote
Language: German and English

Background: The team is developing a new product to revolutionize the market for financial data and to expose cases like Wirecard as early as possible through transparency. The ML-based software extracts and standardizes financial data from annual reports. In 2021, an expansion of all business activities is aimed for and the customer therefore needs the support of a dedicated backend developer / machine learning engineer who already has experience with XBRL.

- Extend the architecture of the financial data
- Conversion of data from and to XBRL files
- Structuring and standardization of financial data
- Development of new features

- Very good experience as backend developer or in machine learning
- Deep knowledge with Python
- Good experience with XBRL (strongly advantageous)
- Agile project experience
- Pro-active work attitude
- Interest in learning new things
- Open type
- N2H: First teamlead experience

What you can expect:
- A young and motivated team
- A positive working atmosphere, where fun at work is a priority
- Flexible working hours
- Varied work
- Opportunities for promotion

We look forward to hearing from you!

Michael Bailey International is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
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Michael Bailey Associates
12 Brook House, Chapel Place
London, United Kingdom
Phone: 00442077392022
Web Site: http://www.michaelbaileyassociates.com
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