Data Solutions Engineer
Materials Zone platform enables materials scientists and engineers to accelerate their research, discover new materials, use ML guidance to forecast outcomes, and achieve improved results. Our platform automatically harvests experimental data and structures it into a personalized database, to enable analyses with state of the art AI/ML algorithms.
We are currently located in our Tel Aviv offices. However, we offer the option to work part-time remotely (hybrid model).
About the role:
We are looking for a Data Solutions Engineer to join our growing team!
She/he will have a strong understanding in the Materials Science and Data Analysis fields and work closely both inbound with our sales, marketing, customer success, and development teams, and outbound with customers and other stakeholders.
This pivotal position will require you to demonstrate your skills on both business and technological challenges and contribute to the company’s expansion and growth.
- Analyze, manipulate and design data schemes for materials science data sets
- Communicate with potential and existing customers
- Work closely with internal stakeholders
- Product and domain use cases content writing
- Coordinate projects, draft and submit grants and research proposals
- B.Sc. in Materials Science/Chemistry/Engineering
- 3+ years of work experience in R&D related to materials development
- Strong understanding of the Materials industry and work processes
- Proficient in Excel
- Fast learner
- Get-job-done attitude
- High attention to details, organized and methodological approach
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- Passion for technology
- Fluent in English
- M.Sc. in Materials Science/Chemistry or related field
- Experience with AI/ML in the previous work environment or knowledge of the basic concepts
- Knowledge in SQL
- Programming and/or Data Science experience
- CRM systems work experience
- Experience in formulation chemistry
- Experience in at least one area: Electrochemistry, Additive manufacturing, Metrology, Metallurgy, Optoelectronics, thin films, energy storage, semiconductors, or polymers