Location: New York City, NY, USA

About AlphaSense: 

AlphaSense provides an AI-powered business insights platform, used by the largest and fastest-growing firms globally. Our mission is to curate and semantically index the world’s financial and market research content, including the vast high-value content sets that traditional web search engines cannot reach. With 1000+ clients, AlphaSense helps knowledge professionals become dramatically more productive, and gain an information edge by discovering critical data points and trends that others miss.  

 

About The Team: 

In the NYC headquarters, we’re a fast-pace, tight-knit team of cross-functional technologists working closely with ML/DL Researchers, Product Designers, Product Managers, QA Engineers and more.  We take initiative in solving problems collaboratively with teams across Finland and India.  We produce quality software and systems that empower the business with industry-first features and advancements.  

 

About The Role: 

We are seeking a Software Engineer for the Applications Team in NYC who is excited to own their work in progressing the client-facing product our users touch every day.  This is a great opportunity to have a major impact on value-driving features for the entire global organization.

 

Who You Are:

  • A team player who makes everyone around you better
  • At least 2+ years building full stack web applications
  • Proficient or expert in the following technologies: JavaScript (preferably TypeScript), React, Redux, Redux-Sagas, GraphQL, Apollo, NodeJS, CSS, HTML, Webpack, Docker, Kubernetes, AWS
  • Experience with scalable solutions that integrate well in a complex distributed ecosystem, adept at choosing between trade-offs
  • Adaptable to changing priorities, accepting challenges outside comfort zone, learning new technologies, and delivering solutions within timeframes
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to think through solutions from both a short and long-term lens in an iterative development cycle
  • Have a working style that influences good software development practices, open communication, and collaborative work ethics
  • Interested in Search Platforms, Natural Language Processing, Textual knowledge extraction, Financial & Corporate data

 

What You’ll Do:

  • Build high-performance, innovative and robust user-facing features and microservices that drive the business
  • Design new features and create functional specifications working with product management and engineering team members as well as horizontal team members around the world
  • Develop software solutions by understanding customer’s requirements and workflows
  • Create design docs, technical specifications, and present architectural reviews to communicate your ideas

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