Job vacancies at Jumping Rivers!

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Job vacancies at Jumping Rivers!

In line with the continuous growth at Jumping Rivers, we are looking to
expand our team of dedicated professionals working in our teams. If you
are enthusiastic and keen to develop your skills in cutting edge data
science or infrastructure please read on!

Who are we and what do we do?

Jumping Rivers is an analytics company
whose passion is data and machine learning. We help our clients move
from data storage to data insights. The company has three key strands:
training, data engineering and machine learning consultancy. As a small
company, the roles are rarely clear cut. We think this is a good thing;
the team get to experience different ideas and concepts, never stuck on
mundane tasks.

Where are we based?

We are based in Newcastle upon Tyne in the Catalyst
Building
– home to the
National Innovation Centre for Data. But
half the company is remote (within the UK). We trust our team to manage
their own time. If you want to go a run in the afternoon and work later,
that’s fine with us!

If you are based near Newcastle, then you can come into our office.
Alternatively, work where is convenient (provided you can get to London
and/or Edinburgh in reasonable time).

We currently have two active job vacancies that we are accepting
applications for. The job titles and their corresponding specifications
can viewed by clicking on the links below:

Don’t see a position that suits your skills?

Jumping Rivers is always looking for great talent. Send us an
application
and we may consider you for an alternative role in our teams!

If you would like to get in touch directly with any queries then please
email us at [email protected].

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