Do you want to change the way games are being developed and run? We are now looking for a skilled Machine Learning Engineer to join our Data Engineering team in Games Technology unit in Espoo, Finland.
Games Technology consists of 50 professionals providing our games teams with the means to bring their games to life every day. We serve tens of millions of players, host some of the most cutting edge cloud services out there, serve thousands of requests per second from all corners of the globe, capture 4 Billion of analytic events per day and over 1TB of data per day, and run over 1000 instances on Amazon AWS. We also provide common services for Rovio games, such as ads, payment, a/b testing, bots and personalisation.
As Machine Learning Engineer, you would help Rovio reach the next level by introducing new AI based services to create and operate games. We believe that AI should be an integral part of every service we provide and as a Machine Learning Engineer, you would be participating and potentially leading projects to deliver new AI driven features to the best known brand in mobile games.
We expect you to be developer-minded person with great co-operational skills. You enjoy working with a team on challenging problems and do not mind sharing your learning, good or bad.
Your responsibilities as a Machine Learning Engineer:
We are looking for someone who has:
We’d love if you have experience with these:
You can be either a seasoned professional already gained experience on the field or in the early stages of your career aiming to grow into the role.
What you get when you join us:
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Rewards and recognition
Support for families
Rovio is a games-first entertainment company that launched to worldwide fame with 2009’s Angry Birds. Along the way, their games have been downloaded over 4 billion times, they have sold over 1.8 billion licenced products, and they have conquered cinemas around the world with The Angry Birds Movie, which opened at number one in 50 countries in 2016.
Rovio’s three game studios are actively developing and supporting free-to-play mobile games in a wide variety of genres, both under the Angry Birds brand and also with new, original IPs. 2019 promises to be a big year for Rovio. With The Angry Birds Movie 2 coming to theaters in August, and the 10th anniversary of Angry Birds coming later this year, it is an exciting time to be part of the team.