Graduate Implementation Engineer

Cambridge, UK

Featurespace is the world leader in Adaptive Behavioural Analytics machine learning software. We block fraud in real time and help organisations outsmart risk by spotting criminals and customer’s behavioural anomalies - our mission is to make Featurespace the technology of choice for fraud and risk management.

We are very much a human company not just a tech company and our biggest asset is our people. Our enthusiastic, dynamic and ambitious team is led by CEO Martina King - one of the 25 Most Influential Women in Payments 2018 and one of Grant Thornton's Faces of a Vibrant Economy 2017.

We’ve had consecutive years of outstanding growth and commercial success, named a Tech City 'Future 50' company for 2018 and Deloitte Tech Fast 50 Company for 2016 and 2017.

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We are looking for enthusiastic tech-savvy graduates to join our Implementation team.

Graduate Implementation Engineers will work with both our internal teams and customers in order to develop and deploy of our award-winning ARIC platform. With support and mentoring from our experience Implementation Engineers, you will be a vital part of the process of applying machine learning software in the real-world.

The role requires both strong technical and communication skills, in order to understand and explain the complexities of our software for customers. A passion for technology and learning is essential, but no prior experience in software is required.

Responsibilities

  • Working as part of a team responsible for the end-to-end deployment and configuration of our award-winning ARIC platform, on-premise or hosted in the cloud. 
  • Configuring and testing integration of customers’ data sources into the ARIC APIs. 
  • Assisting in the design and development of customer business rules in the ARIC platform. 
  • Supporting customers throughout the lifecycle of deployment, from initial engagement to post-live support and maintenance. 
  • Assisting with designing and documenting suitable solution deployments. 
  • Developing plugin modules e.g. for date ingestion or transformation. 
  • Working with development, data science and QA staff to ensure new features are built, tested, and deployed for a customer on time. 
  • Occasionally travelling on-site to a customer’s environment – UK or abroad. 

Skills and Experience

Required skills:

  • Good degree in a scientific or numerate discipline, e.g. Computer Science, Physics, Mathematics, Engineering
  • In-depth familiarity with computers and technology
  • Ability to handle multiple concurrent projects
  • Ability to communicate well with customers with a range of technical abilities – from highly technical to non-technical business owners.

Desirable skills:

  • Experience with Linux and shell scripting (Bash preferred).
  • Experience with source control, database architecture, and one or more programming languages (Java and python preferred)
  • Postgraduate experience in a scientific or numerate discipline, e.g. Computer Science, Physics, Mathematics, Engineering

Desired Qualities

The work is often challenging and fast paced. We are looking for someone who has the following qualities:

  • Enjoy working in a team of like-minded and intelligent people to solve complex problems
  • A focus on personal achievement and responsibilities
  • A passion to learn new skills and technologies
  • Attention to grammatical detail, layout and presentation
  • A passion to work for one of the fastest growing fraud prevention technologies in the world

And most importantly, a small-company attitude: willingness to adapt to a variable role and a great can-do attitude. 

Salary & Benefits

We believe in giving you the resources you need so that innovation can thrive. 

In addition to competitive salaries, we offer:

  • Quarterly bonus scheme
  • Pension scheme
  • 25 days’ annual leave
  • Training and mentoring schemes
  • Career growth opportunities
  • Free Friday team lunches at our Cambridge, London & Atlanta offices
  • Quarterly social, team building events
  • Weekly lunchtime sports clubs
  • Fridges packed full of edible treats and drinks for lunches and snacks
  • Top notch coffee machines
  • Board game evenings
  • Cycle to Work scheme

 

 

How to apply

If you think you’re a good fit for the role above, we would love to hear from you.

Fill out the short application form, upload your CV and one of the team will get back to you.

Please note: we are only able to accept applications from people who are already eligible to work in the UK.

If you have any questions or querys regarding this role, or life at Featurespace, please contact careers@featurespace.com

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