Location - Anywhere US or Canada

  • Take up our mission to free developers and data scientists to deliver intelligent applications
  • Join a company that has always been remote-friendly - work anywhere in the US or Canada
  • Experience rapid growth in the first AI startup to be funded by Google

Algorithmia is the enterprise machine learning operations (MLOps) platform. We enable ML and operations teams to work together on complex machine learning applications in one central location. We make it seamless to deploy ML at scale, with tools to connect data sources and orchestration engines, use any major framework, platform, or ML language, and govern and secure your ML architecture. Over 130,000 engineers and data scientists have used Algorithmia’s platform to date, including the United Nations, government intelligence agencies, and Fortune 500 companies.

We’re hiring Senior Software Engineers to participate in the design and development of the underlying Algorithmia platform. We work with Scala, Docker, Kubernetes, large-scale distributed systems, modern microservices architecture, and cutting-edge cloud infrastructure on AWS, Azure, and on-premises with VMWare. 

As a Senior Software Engineer at Algorithmia, you will:

  • Work with a collaborative, distributed team on the cutting edge of AI/ML infrastructure
  • Create stateless and stateful services running on Kubernetes using:
    • Scala 2.13, Play 2.8, and Java 15
    • Data services like MySQL, RabbitMQ, and Redis
    • Monitoring services like Prometheus, Grafana, and Elasticsearch
  • Build and run secure, reliable, and performant distributed services that support a global customer base
  • Contribute to team design reviews, brown bags, and training sessions to share knowledge around the team 
  • Have meaningful opportunities for career growth, mentorship, promotion, technical leadership, and/or people management based on your interests
  • Work from anywhere in the USA or Canada. We have teams in Seattle and Toronto - or go 100% remote from home 

And we might make a great match if you:

  • Are committed to learn on the job, and able to contribute in unfamiliar codebases
  • Have 6 or more years of experience in software engineering roles using any of Scala, Java, Golang, C++ or C# 
  • Have experience with asynchronous programming and building scalable, highly concurrent distributed systems
  • Want to move quickly from design to implementation, and rapidly iterate on product ideas in a bleeding edge field
  • Enjoy the engineering process from reviewing product requirements, developing high-level technical designs, and leading teams through implementation
  • Use code reviews to learn about new work, spot bugs, and teach software engineering best practices to your peers
  • Care about software maintainability and testability
  • Have deep empathy for users, and want to build the best experience for them
  • Are interested in developing and shaping standards, processes, tools to improve the team
  • Look to learn and share knowledge within a team and mentor others
  • Are authorized to work in the US or Canada without sponsorship

Experience and interest in any of the following is a plus:

  • Operating Kubernetes clusters or designing cloud-native applications
  • RabbitMQ, Kafka, SQS or other message broker technologies
  • API Design and version management for internal and external customers
  • Network architecture including IPSec, DNS, HTTP(S) or SOCKS5 proxies
  • Enterprise security systems and tooling like SAML, security scanning, SELinux
  • Data science, AI, ML experience or managing and working with CUDA and GPUs
  • Open source, public code

At Algorithmia you’ll join a passionate team that’s changing the way the world uses AI and ML. You’ll solve real problems, make an impact, and work in a flexible environment that encourages collaboration and exploration. You’ll be welcomed into an intelligent, fun, and diverse group and gain access to fantastic perks beyond the salary, equity, and insurance benefits—from your work location of choice within the US or Canada.  

If this sounds like you, APPLY NOW, or learn more at algorithmia.com

Algorithmia is an equal opportunity employer and we value diversity at our core. We will never discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status and encourage everyone to apply.

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