ATCO Group, Transformation/Innovation

Position ID: 2474-SDMA [#15695]
Position Title: Scientific Developer, Modeling & Algorithms
Position Type: Other
Position Location: Calgary, Alberta T3E8B4, Canada
Subject Area: Quantitative Science
Application Deadline: (posted 2020/02/18, listed until 2020/03/01)
Position Description:    

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Scientific Developer, Modeling & Algorithms Transformation Team Calgary, Alberta

Great Opportunities. Great People. One Company, Infinite Possibilities.

Are you a talented, motivated individual who thrives in an environment powered by entrepreneurial spirit and an inspired vision for the future? We want you on our team!

Who We Are: ATCO is a diversified global corporation delivering comprehensive solutions and service excellence in Structures & Logistics (workforce housing, innovative modular facilities, construction, site support services, and logistics and operations management); Energy Infrastructure (electricity generation, transmission, and distribution; natural gas transmission, distribution and infrastructure development; energy storage and industrial water solutions; and electricity and natural gas retail sales); Transportation (ports and transportation logistics); and Commercial Real Estate. ATCO is community-based with global reach and, over the course of our 70-year history, we’ve worked in more than 100 countries developing reliable integrated solutions. Our history has been shaped by imagination, courage, perseverance, and integrity – qualities that we seek in all potential employees. To learn more about what makes ATCO a one of a kind employer visit www.atco.com to see all that we have to offer.

Description: Under the direction and leadership of the Senior Director, Science and Technology, we are seeking a Full-Time, Permanent Scientific Developer, Modeling & Algorithms to join our Spacelab department in Calgary, Alberta. The Scientific Developer will be an experienced user of data and developer of models that power real-world solutions. The Scientific Developer will be assisting project teams across the enterprise to create solutions related to data modeling, artificial intelligence, engineering, physics and mathematics.

This role provides excellent development potential through and the chance to collaborate on exciting projects. If you are someone who likes to have autonomy over your work, learn from long-standing employees and subject matter experts, and be part of a dynamic and hard-working team, then this role is for you.

Responsibilities • Keep up with latest industry best practices and evaluate the current state-of-the-art from the scientific and technological literature • Perform algorithm development in a dynamic, agile environment • Develop predictive models (statistical, physics-based) to explain behaviors of complex systems or perform optimization of solutions • Develop hypotheses, design experiments, implement tests and evaluate performance of solutions • Collaborate on algorithm development closely with engineering and modeling/data teams from business units across the enterprise

Qualifications • Ability to learn new methods quickly for a variety of topics relevant the enterprise • Knowledge of physics and engineering principles and understanding of business relevance and viability of technical ideas • Possess a fundamental awareness of enterprise, technology, developer, and design trends • Ability to locate and read relevant literature on different technical subjects • The ability to develop creative solutions for complex problems and deal successfully with ambiguity

Education and Experience

• BSc Required, MSc or PhD strongly preferred, in quantitative science (mathematics, physics, engineering etc.) • 3+ years in industry

Technical Knowledge • Good knowledge of at least one of the major programming languages (Python, MATLAB, C++, R, etc.) and ability to apply computational libraries for data analysis/numerical simulations/data visualizations/etc.

We would like to thank everyone for their application; however, only those being considered for an interview will be contacted.

Final candidates will be required to undergo a Security Clearance Check.

ATCO is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other characteristic protected by law.

To apply for this position, please visit www.atcocareers.com and submit a resume for consideration by March 1, 2020.


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Contact: Melissa Geoffrey, 403-662-8466
Email:
Postal Mail:
5302 Forand St SW.
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
T3E 8B4
Web Page: www.atco.com

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