In a competitive business universe, the more successful companies innovate, iterate, evolve, and improve their product and services. For many industries, this drive to innovate not only applies to the finished product, but also to the processes required to create the finished product. A stagnation of ideas could cost a company market share and perhaps much more.
Industries that depend on information technology and related fields of research, often call upon the Computer Research Scientist for innovative ideas. Generally tasked with creating and improving computer software and hardware, the Computer Research Scientist works to turn abstract algorithms into practical improvements in efficiency and productivity. Computer Research Scientists often play integral roles in artificial intelligence, machine learning, autonomous vehicles, and robotics.
Finding and recruiting a skillset that combines high-level abstract thinking with the practical understanding of business requirements will likely require a comprehensive hiring process. This Hiring Kit: Computer Research Scientist, from TechRepublic Premium, provides an adjustable framework your business can use to find, recruit, and ultimately hire the right person for the job. Also included in this Hiring Kit are sample interview questions with notes, a sample Want Advertisement, and job descriptions.