R Developer

February 13, 2014

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Mango Solutions is a UK based R services company, offering application development, consultancy, training and support. We have a growing team of R developers and consultants who work on a wide variety of projects across a diverse range of sectors. We continue to look for talented individuals with R skills (as well as other programming experience e.g Python, Julia, etc) to join the team. Salary will be commensurate with experience. 

Job Duties:

• Work with our internal development teams in order to deliver the above services in line with
   our internal software development guidelines.
• Generation of R code in a controlled manner
• Provision of R code design advice both to internal teams and Mango customers

Minimum Experience and Qualification Requirements:

• MSc in a computer science or mathematical subject
• Proficiency in other software development languages (such as Java or .NET)
• An understanding of database technologies (such as MySql or Oracle)
• An understanding of statistical analysis
• Strong background in R or S+
• An appreciation of development practices, such as code design, peer reviews, unit testing and code control
• An attention to detail to ensure a high quality of output at all times

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