We are hiring!
If you’re a Machine Learning Engineer looking for an opportunity to use your skills in a meaningful way, come join our team!
About the job
We are looking for a Machine Learning Engineer to help us explore and implement novel approaches to help mitigate climate change. You will be researching how to apply the latest developments in Machine Learning to reduce the effects of climate change, and helping turn viable approaches into real-world products.
In the short term, we are focusing on developing projects from solar nowcasting for electricity system operators to wind forecasts in the UK and globally. You will be working with large datasets including weather forecasts, satellite imagery and real-time electricity generation time-series. You will work with the entire Open Climate Fix team in delivering a product from data engineering, machine learning, validation and implementation. You will be part of the team building the solution yourself as well as the opportunity to engage with open-source contributors.
Location: London (Hybrid)
We are a hybrid organisation with a fantastic shared office space in central London. Your work will be primarily remote, and we have a weekly office day, with the option to use the office more frequently. We also have regular monthly all-team days.
We are looking for someone within a train ride of London.
- £45,000-£60,000 based on experience
- Flexible Hours (40h/week, not 60 or 80)
- Autonomy in your work delivery
- 30 days annual leave (excluding UK public holidays)
- Private Healthcare Plan after successful completion of the probation period
- Travel Insurance (Global)
- 7% Employer Pension Contribution
- Training & Development Budget
Open Climate Fix is a non-profit company, focused on working with industry to reduce greenhouse gas emissions as rapidly as possible. Our main focus for now is our solar Nowcasting: we aim to collaboratively build the world’s best forecasting system for solar electricity generation. You’ll be working as part of a team of eleven. Open Climate Fix is supported by both commercial revenues and innovation funding from National Grid Electricity System Operator, Innovate UK and McGovern Foundation.
We are reviewing applications on a rolling basis, so we encourage you to apply as soon as possible!