I'm currently getting towards the end of a PhD in applied maths. My funding runs out in September, and for personal circumstances (kids, security etc) I can't go into a post-doc yet as I don't think I'll be able to submit until January/February.
I'd like to go into industry and perhaps return to academia later. I have a BSc in maths (more applied) and my research topic has been looking at the topic of optimal transport (numerical method to solving PDE/ computational mathematics) in collaboration with an industrial partner in an application of pattern analysis. I have quite a broad knowledge of for instance: machine learning; image processing; know a few programming languages. But I don't have the formal training of a computer scientist.
My question is what is the best way to advertise yourself as someone who is trained as a mathematician rather than computer scientist? Looking at the job market, they don't advertise for people 'who like solving problems' :-) The focus is very much on machine learning, data science. I feel at a disadvantage to someone with a CS background.