Machine Learning Engineer – Tech Research

Spotify is looking for a Machine Learning Engineer to join our team in Paris. You will work on problems related to the generation of musical sequences. You will work with a team to implement various prototypes and setup experiments with online users and musicians. Above all, your work will impact the way musicians can compose and orchestrate music.

What you’ll do

  • Apply deep learning models to music data sets, notably in symbolic form (scores)
  • Prototype new algorithms, evaluate with small scale experiments
  • Collaborate with a team of researchers, software engineers and others to invent, test and program new features

Who you are

  • Ph.D. or M.S. in Machine Learning, or related field preferred
  • You have strong programming experience in building machine learning systems at scale in Python, Java, Scala, or similar
  • You have a strong mathematical background in statistics and machine learning
  • You preferably have experience with data processing and storage frameworks like Google Cloud Platform.

We are proud to foster a workplace free from discrimination. We strongly believe that diversity of experience, perspectives, and background will lead to a better environment for our employees and a better product for our users and our creators. This is something we value deeply and we encourage everyone to come be a part of changing the way the world listens to music.

Psst! If this job is your perfect match and you want some inside tips before you apply, read this blog post by our Head of Talent Acquisition Fredrik Johnsson.

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