Junior Software Developer for AI

ABB

ABB

Software Engineering, Data Science
Kraków, Poland
Posted on Tuesday, May 14, 2024

Junior Software Developer for AI

Take your next career step at ABB with a global team that is energizing the transformation of society and industry to achieve a more productive, sustainable future. At ABB, we have the clear goal of driving diversity and inclusion across all dimensions: gender, LGBTQ+, abilities, ethnicity and generations. Together, we are embarking on a journey where each and every one of us, individually and collectively, welcomes and celebrates individual differences.


Your role and responsibilities

Design, develop, and release cross technology AI solutions. Contribute throughout the product development lifecycle, as this team is fully responsible for product development and delivery. Data analysis and visualization. Collaborate with Software Architects to ensure development work aligns with technical drivers. Work in a cross discipline team, using agile development methodology that requires active participation in all team’s activities. Market scouting and prototyping of new technologies. Work in an international team and communicate in English on daily basis.

Qualifications for the role

  • 1 year of experience in Software Development, working as Data Science or AI Software Development
  • Sound knowledge of AI technologies, Chat bots, Image analysis, Anomaly detection
  • Knowledge of: Python, Cloud architecture (preferred Azure), Data visualization, Business
  • Nice to have: Power Platform or Logic Apps, Snowflake Data Cloud, Business Intelligence systems (preferred PowerBI)
  • At least the bachelor's degree in Computer Science or similar
  • English at the communicative level

More about us

We look forward to receiving your application (documents submitted in English are appreciated). If you want to discover more about ABB, take another look at our website www.abb.com. Work model: remote #LI-remote Work model: hybrid #LI-hybrid Work model: on site #LI-onsite

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