Supercharge your career on a transformational project with the KTP programme.
Search and apply for the latest graduate vacancies offering you the chance to work with forward-looking companies spearheading innovation (you can find out more about the KTP Associate role here).
Please see the latest roundup of some KTP Associate vacancies below – a full listing of vacancies is here.
Anglia Ruskin University and Detoxpeople have an exciting opening for a graduate to lead a project designed to embed the development, analysis and knowledge of liposomal formulation – both dry and liquid -thereby facilitating future product design and the adoption of a scaled-up manufacturing process.
Find out more about this role here.
Location: COGGESHALL, ESSEX
Salary: £32,000 – £35,000
Closing Date: 1 DECEMBER 2020
The University of Exeter has an exciting opportunity for a tech-savvy Data Scientist graduate to work with Applegate. The graduate will develop Machine Learning (ML) methods to effectively match suppliers to RFQs and integrate this technology into Applegate’s software. You can find out more about this role here.
Location: BARNSTAPLE, DEVON
Salary: £27,511 – £34,804
Closing Date: 6 DECEMBER 2020
The University of Essex has an exciting opportunity for a highly qualified computer science graduate to work in partnership with Wilkin & Sons to prevent and detect contagious plant diseases. Taking data from drone surveys using novel IoT approaches, a system will be developed to detect & predict disease outbreaks using spectral analysis, image processing and machine learning.
You can learn more about this role here.
Location: TIPTREE, ESSEX
Salary: £33,000 – £38,000
Closing Date: 9 DECEMBER 2020
A brilliant opportunity for a graduate to work with the University of Exeter and Darby & Darby, an ambitious high-street law firm. The role of the AI Engineer will be to lead a strategic project, to transform the client experience of the legal probate process through the development and integration of a user-driven AI-enhanced software platform.
Learn more about this role here.
Location: TORQUAY, DEVON
Salary: £27,511 – £34,804
Closing Date: 14 DECEMBER 2020
An exciting opportunity for a graduate to work with the University of Aberdeen and Vertebrate Antibodies to develop immune assays to monitor fish health using state of the art approaches. The research will take advantage of available genome sequences and epitope mapping using tools and algorithms developed by the industrial partner Vertebrate Antibodies Ltd (VAL).
Salary: £25,000 – £36,657
Closing Date: 15 DECEMBER 2020
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