Wolfram Research is hiring a

Technical Consultant [Oxfordshire, UK]

Oxford, United Kingdom
Full-Time

Wolfram Research is one of the world’s most respected software companies. We are pioneers in computational science and technical innovation, and we pursue a long-term vision to research and develop the tools to make computation an ever-more potent force in today’s and tomorrow’s world. Our products, which are based on the knowledge-based Wolfram Language, include Mathematica and Wolfram|Alpha.

We are looking for a high-energy, tech-savvy individual with programming experience for this full-time position based at our European head office in Oxfordshire. 

Our Technical Consultant will be responsible for:

  • Writing code for internal and customer projects, such as data analysis, interface creation, visualizations and other computational problems.
  • Giving technical product presentations to groups at customer sites and at general seminars throughout Europe.
  • Providing technical expertise to our sales teams at customer meetings.
  • Delivering technical presentations and workshops for a number of internal company events and external events.
  • Working closely with our Technical Communications and Strategy Group to create Mathematica materials to support the sales teams and our European reseller group.
  • Delivering Mathematica training both at our European head office and at customer sites.

Our ideal person will possess the following:

  • A degree (mathematical, computer science or scientific background preferred)
  • Programming skills (Java/ Javascript/ SQL/ C++ desirable)
  • Good communication and presentation skills
  • Experience using Mathematica (desirable)
  • A breadth of interest in science, engineering and technology
  • An interest in travel

If combining your skill set with the excitement of working with cutting-edge technology sounds interesting, submit your CV along with a cover letter to be considered for the role.

Location: Oxfordshire, UK

AA/EOE/Vet/Disabled

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