AI Software Developer Degree Apprenticeship
A position has become available as an apprentice machine learning developer with Interact, working with the existing development team to create new products and services.
The work will see you working in the fields of Machine Learning and Computer Vision with software such as Tensorflow, Pytorch and OpenCV.
Due to the specific nature of the software being used, you won’t be expected to have any previous experience of Artificial intelligence and full training will be provided for a self-motivated person with an interest and aptitude for writing computer code.
The business is based in Chorley town centre within a very short distance of the towns bus and train stations.
About the company
Interact are an established digital marketing agency based in Chorley, Lancashire. Alongside their web design and promotion services, they write custom software for businesses across a range of sectors.
1. The ability to program in one or more programming languages
2. You can work unsupervised for periods of time
3. Have the ability to research and find solutions to problems
4. Good timekeeping and attention to detail
1. Experience of the Python programming language
2. An understanding of machine learning techniques and tools, such as Tensorflow or Pytorch
Applicants should have a minimum of 104 UCAS points at A-level (grades BCC) or an equivalent (e.g. BTEC DMM).
You also need GCSE Mathematics and English Language (grade A*-C / 9-4) or equivalent – or must complete Level 2 Functional Skills qualifications alongside the apprenticeship.
• 4 years
• Total hours per week: 37.50
BSc (Hons) Digital and Technology Solutions
You’ll study at Manchester Metropolitan University and work towards a BSc (Hons) in Digital & Technology Solutions degree over four years. During the academic year, you’ll spend one day a week on campus and the rest of your learning will take place in Chorley, at our office.
• A starting salary of £15,000 • 26 days annual leave
• Your tuition fees paid in full
Planned start date
16 August 2021