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Zurich - 5 jobs in August 2017

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Wealthport.com | Senior Computer Science / Machine Learning Engineer, Scala Backend Engineer, Data Preparation Expert | Zurich | SALARY: 100k-120k CHF | ONSITE | EU-Passport holders only

We solve on of the biggest problems in e-commerce: Normalizing product information. Using machine learning an NLP we transform broken, badly-labeled, unstructured data into useable, categorised and normalized data. See: https://www.slideshare.net/wealthportadmin/getting-started-w...

We are obsessed with functional programming. We use mainly Scala (backend) and we are researching a lot on NLP and ML. We look for:

- Senior Machine learning Researcher / Engineer - you will read & write papers on machine learning and/or implement algorithms in our core product.

- Senior Backend Scala engineer - you will build or well-tested backend and our core product.

- Data Preparation Export (Data Science) - you will help our customers adjust their data to our platform.

The interview process:

1) 15 min call with our tech recruiter (who is a former engineer)

2) Technical call with CTO

3) Onsite day solving a programming task with us.

Send us a short intro about yourself to:

hiring@wealthport.tech

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Quatico.com | Java Backend or Full-stack | Zurich | SALARY: 100k-120k CHF | ONSITE | EU-Passport holders only

- Salary range: 100 - 120k CHF (7200 - 8000 CHF after taxes)

- Days of vacation: 25

- Probation period: 3 months (by Swiss law)

- Company site: https://www.quatico.com/home/ueber-uns/jobs/software-enginee...

- Description of company and job: Quatico has a true "engineering over management" culture. They are doing three main things: 1) Platform integration (leverages Magnolia, AEM) to build first headless CMS, behind you can have Hybris, SAP etc (and you don't need to touch the SAP "crap"). 2) Tailored web apps with heavy number crunching on the server - they build the software analyzing all the weather data in Switzerland for "Meteo Schweiz". They more often than not build bug-free software and value good software craftsmanship practices.

- interview process:

1) Phone screen

2) Coding task (skipped depending on first impression)

3) Onsite half day with us (we pay expenses)

Send us a short intro about yourself to:

jobs@quatico.tech

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http://www.ginetta.net | Frontend: Modular CSS (BEM etc.) & Javascript | Zurich | Salary: 95k-105k CHF| EU passport only

Ginetta is a web agency (~ 20 people). The founder worked at Google New York in UX and the projects are rather big for Swiss standards (clients include SBB and Swisscom).

In this role we look for engineers who are responsible for building large web projects; you should be able to handle both HTML/CSS best practises (BEM et al) and Javascript framework jungle and you should be willing to work with a team of designers and UX-researchers.

Hiring process:

- Phone call (getting to know each other)

- Homework coding task (3 hours max.)

- Onsite day with us

Send a mail about you to:

jobs@ginetta.tech

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GetYourGuide | Multiple Positions | Berlin & Zurich | ONSITE, VISA

We're on a mission to turn trips into amazing experiences. Using our product and technology to change the way travelers find and book things to do and explore their destination. We are a customer focused data driven company and are ramping up our engineering capacity.

Looking for: Data Scientists | Data Analysts | DevOps | Front-End Engineers | Back-End Engineers | Marketing Engineers

Find more about us and the job openings on our career page http://grnh.se/qmkt7n

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Hey, a friendly reminder. I’m parsing the thread, all job offers added here are also available on the map on

https://whoishiring.io

https://whoishiring.io/search/36.0440/-90.8984/4?source=hn (just HN items)

If you post here, please use the below format to help me with parsing. If you won’t, no worries, I will do my best to get all the things right.

  1) {company} | {job title} | {location} | {attrs: ONSITE, REMOTE, INTERNS, VISA, SALARY, company-url}
  Google | Software Developer | SF | VISA https://google.com
  DuckDuckGo | Software Developer | Paoli PA | REMOTE, VISA, SALARY:100k-120k
  Facebook | Web-developer | Zurich | SALARY:120k CHF 
  Google | Site Reliability Engineer | London | SALARY:120k GBP, VISA, REMOTE
or

  2) {company} | {job title} | {location}
  Google | Site Reliability Engineer | Sydney
  Facebook | Web-developer | Zurich
I’m using this regex to test the first line, you can test it here https://regex101.com/r/relwQD/3

  \s*(?P<company>[^|]+?)\s*\|\s*(?P<title>[^|]+?)\s*\|\s*(?P<locations>[^|]+?)\s*(?:\|\s*(?P<attrs>.+))?$
Check bellow for the SALARY regex.

  SALARY:(?P<salary_min>\d+(?:k|K)?)(?:\s*\-\s*(?P<salary_max>\d+(?:k|K)?)?)?(?:\s?(?P<currency>[A-Z]{3}))?
and you can test it as well https://regex101.com/r/SRWkMz/2/