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This week, we’re shining a bit of a spotlight on some of the brilliant tech companies that are hiring over the coming months, so be sure to check them out…
Hazy is the most advanced and experienced synthetic data company. They accelerate innovation while increasing privacy at some of the world’s leading financial institutions. They have fun and (sometimes) wear purple doing it. They were founded in early 2017 by Harry Keen (CEO), James Arthur (CTO emeritus), and Dr. Luke Robinson (CSO). With one foot in big business and the other in academia, Hazy stands on the belief that privacy by design should not slow down innovation.
Originally a UCL AI spin-out, London-based Hazy was initially incubated by Post Urban Ventures and CyLon cybersecurity accelerator. Their startup began trying to fix the flaws of traditional data redaction and then data anonymisation. They soon discovered anonymised data will always pose a risk to re-identification. Over the years, Hazy has attracted a team of the best data scientists and engineers in synthetic data and privacy, and with roots in regulated industries. Together they are incorporating cutting-edge research as soon as it’s published into production.
They have also grown their leadership team including their CTO Olivier Van Acker and COO Andrew Keen, who each bring more than 20 years’ experience in the enterprise software space. Together they are all laying the groundwork for an information economy that allows you to work with people’s data while always respecting their privacy.
Hazy is always looking for world-class talented team members. If you have data science or ML experience relevant to data privacy or synthetic data and love working on big challenges as part of a close-knit team, check them out now!
eClerx provides business process management, automation and analytics services to a number of Fortune 2000 enterprises, including some of the world's leading financial services, communications, retail, fashion, media & entertainment, manufacturing, travel & leisure, and technology companies. Incorporated in 2000, eClerx is today traded on both the Bombay and National Stock Exchanges of India. The firm employs 13,000 people across Australia, Canada, Germany, India, Italy, Netherlands, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, UK, and the USA.
eClerx offers an extraordinarily wide range of career opportunities across geographies. With backgrounds ranging from risk management, consulting, and product control to predictive analytics, social media, and digital asset management, their 13,000 people combine to create a wealth of intellectual capital and functional expertise that is unparalleled in their industry. Each employee distinguishes themselves uniquely in their professional offering – a different way of looking at a client’s problem, or an out-of-the-box approach to complex challenges. The diversity of eClerx’s people is one of their greatest strengths.
eClerx is growing and hiring multiple roles across Europe, UK, US and APAC! Join them and become part of an organisation, where people, culture, and the quality of work sets them apart.
At Indeed, their mission is to help all people get jobs by connecting them to better work, which creates better lives. They are looking to grow their teams with people who share this energy and enthusiasm for creating the best experience for job seekers and employers.
The job seeker's first value is the foundation of Indeed’s simple, but powerful mission statement:
‘We help people get jobs, worn proudly across the chests of Indeedians around the globe. We also keep an empty orange chair in every conference room to remind ourselves to always give the job seeker a seat at the table.’
Indeed has always prioritised aligning customer value with how they make money. When Indeed’s co-founders Rony Kahan and Paul Forster decided to put job seekers first, they also built a pay-for-performance business model that ensured Indeed would only get paid when their clients succeed. With new competitors popping up all the time, innovation is essential for Indeed’s survival. To them, that means not being afraid to fail and trying lots of risky things. They believe when people are bold, it leads to big breakthroughs.
From the top down, Indeed operates on the premise that an idea is only great if you can prove it with data, no matter who you are. This approach keeps them humble in their approach to problem-solving and lets the results speak for themselves. Indeed knows that while talent is evenly distributed, opportunity is not. That's why they have set ambitious goals to make their products and workplace more equitable, accessible and sustainable for all.
Fancy joining the Indeed ranks? Head over to their careers page now, and check out all of their amazing open roles.
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