Thursday, December 15, 2016

[DMANET] Algorithm Developer Positions at Optym

Algorithm Developer Positions at Optym

Optym is developing software solutions for the transportation and logistics industry that will automate operations and replace human decision-making by machine decision-making. Founded in 2000 by a leading researcher and academician, with its headquarter located in Gainesville, FL, and branches in four countries, Optym has over 200 highly qualified professionals worldwide.

Optym is seeking bright, motivated and ambitious individuals which will help us become a leading decision automation and optimization software provider for airlines, railroads and trucking companies worldwide. The company is fully employee-owned and offers competitive salaries and comprehensive benefits package including profit sharing and stock options. Compensation and perks offered are above industry standards, and based on candidates' capability and experience. Learn more at:

Job Description:
* Data analytics and business intelligence
* Building models (MIP, Network Optimization, Combinatorial Optimization, Discrete Event Simulation)
* Designing and implementing algorithms
* R&D of new upcoming techniques to bring into the company

* Ph.D. degree in Computer Science, Industrial Engineering or Operations Research
* Background in modeling, algorithms, data structures and optimization
* Excellent programming skills
* Excellent problem-solving, analytical and communications skills

Why you should join Optym:
* Interesting and challenging projects
* Highly educated, intelligent and inspired team
* Culture of innovation and creativity
* Ability to make a big societal impact

Application Process:
* Please email your resume for consideration to along with a cover letter explaining why you would be a great fit for the job and the company.


Ravindra K. Ahuja, Ph.D. | President & CEO
Optym - Live Efficiently | 7600 NW 5th Place, Gainesville, FL 32607 | USA
M: +1-352-870-8401 |

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