Artificial intelligence leader DataRobot to host Morgantown job fair Tuesday

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – DataRobot, the leader in Artificial Intelligence, will host a public job fair from 3-7 p.m. at Morgantown’s Erickson Alumni Center on Tuesday, July 13.

In June, DataRobot announced the opening of a new office at Vantage Ventures Morgantown headquarters. The company plans to bring new jobs in the fast growing technology sector to West Virginia through expanded hiring in software engineering, professional services, and customer support.

Sally Embrey, DataRobot’s vice president of public health and medical technologies, said she is excited the company has the opportunity to help create new careers in the Mountain State and is looking forward to a long-term presence in the region.

“Last month’s announcement of DataRobot’s new Morgantown office has created significant interest in our company both locally and throughout West Virginia. We hope that Tuesday’s job fair will help build upon the momentum created by the announcement and showcase the talent available to support technology jobs in the state,” Embrey said.

The Erickson Alumni Center is located at 1 Alumni Drive in Morgantown. Individuals may register in advance at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/160831063039.

DataRobot is the leader in Artificial Intelligence, delivering trusted AI technology and enablement services to global enterprises competing in today’s Intelligence Revolution. DataRobot’s enterprise AI platform democratizes data science with end-to-end automation for building, deploying, and managing machine learning models. This platform maximizes business value by delivering AI at scale and continuously optimizing performance over time. The company’s proven combination of cutting-edge software and world-class AI implementation, training, and support services, empowers any organization – regardless of size, industry, or resources – to drive better business outcomes with AI.

DataRobot has offices across the globe and funding from some of the world’s best investing firms including Alliance Bernstein, Altimeter, B Capital Group, Cisco, Citi Ventures, ClearBridge, DFJ Growth, Geodesic Capital, Glynn Capital, Intel Capital, Meritech, NEA, Salesforce Ventures, Sands Capital, Sapphire Ventures, Silver Lake Waterman, Snowflake Ventures, Tiger Global, T. Rowe Price, and World Innovation Lab. DataRobot was named to the Forbes 2020 Cloud 100 list and the Forbes 2019, 2020, and 2021 Most Promising AI Companies lists, and was named a Leader in the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Advanced Machine Learning Software Platforms Vendor Assessment. For more information visit http://www.datarobot.com/, and join the conversation on the DataRobot Community, More Intelligent Tomorrow podcast, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

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