Who we are

Grid.ai enables companies of all sizes to train state-of-the-art AI models on hundreds of cloud GPUs and TPUs from their laptops. From the creator of the popular framework PyTorch Lightning, Grid is a platform for training models that enables rapid research iteration. Grid aims to simplify scalable AI research so that when a network becomes complex, code doesn’t.

Focus on Machine Learning, Not Infrastructure.

Grid.ai is backed by $18.6 million in funding from Index Ventures, Bain Capital Ventures, and Firstminute. Grid is a remote-first company founded by William Falcon and Luis Capelo.

What’s important to us

We are building a company of people that care deeply about the impact of AI on our society. We value:

  • Integrity: AI is bound to change how we interact with computers, with each other, and the world—for the better. We are committed to building an inclusive company and developing ethical AI that improves humanity.
  • Perseverance: Be bold, take the initiative, and make decisions with confidence. We empower our community, clients, and colleagues to tackle the impossible.
  • Curiosity: We are genuinely interested in finding solutions to advance the state of AI research and foster its application in novel products. It's not about whether we can solve the problem, but how.
We also feel that it’s essential to point out the self-evident here – there’s a genuine lack of diversity in our industry, which has to change. One of our goals is to help drive that change. Grid.ai is fully committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion in all of its practices, especially when it comes to growing our team. Our culture promotes inclusion, and we embrace how rewarding it is to work with people from all walks of life.

Who you are

You've reviewed our open roles, but none of them really sound like your dream job. Are you excited about what we're doing here at Grid.ai? If the answer's yes, upload your resume and we'll see if there's a spot for you.

How you’ll be rewarded

We pride ourselves on making sure our employees enjoy a good quality of life, no matter where they live. We offer competitive base salaries and stock options with a 25% one year cliff and monthly vesting thereafter.

For our international employees, we work with Velocity Global to pay you in your local currency and provide equitable benefits across the globe. In the US, we offer:

  • 90% monthly premium contributions towards medical, dental, and vision plans for you, you and your spouse, you and your children, or you and your family, along with HSA and FSA options. Our health plans are offered through Aetna, a health insurance company with a care network encompassing 1.3 million doctors and 5,700 hospitals across America.
  • Life and AD&D insurance equal to 1x salary, as well as optional supplemental life insurance for extra peace of mind
  • Flexible paid time off plus 3 weeks of company-wide mandatory vacation in May, August, and December. Most of our employees take a total of 25-30 days off per year.
  • 12 weeks of paid family leave for employees who have worked with the company for 6-12 months and 16 weeks of paid family leave for employees who have worked with the company for 12+ months
  • $500 monthly meal reimbursement, including groceries & food delivery services
  • $1,000 1-time home office build out for a desk, chair, keyboard, pair of headphones, and/or other home office supplies
  • $1,000 annual learning & development stipend for classes, conferences, certifications, and continuing education
  • 100% covered bike membership
  • $45/month to ClassPass, a platform providing access to over 30,000 gyms and studios, as well as 5,000 beauty and spa partners, in 28 countries 
  • Access to monthly equity education sessions hosted by Carta and 1:1 meetings with Certified Public Accountants so that you can take proactive measures to minimize taxes due and maximize the value of your equity
  • Ability to early exercise your stock options after 1 year of continuous employment
  • Opportunities to obtain an employment-based immigrant VISA for relocation every 3 years
  • Membership to a local co-working space upon request
  • 24/7 access to:
    • Teladoc, the leader in whole-person virtual care with access to doctors, therapists, and medical experts anywhere you are by phone or video
    • One Medical, a patient-focused on-demand primary care practice
    • Kindbody, a fertility, gynecology, and wellness service provider
    • HealthAdvocate, an employee assistance program (EAP)
    • Talkspace, a comprehensive, personalized mental healthcare platform providing access to licensed therapists for therapy, medication, assessment, healthy living support, and self-help tools
    • Headspace, a guided meditation application focused on improving mindfulness, sleep, and stress-relief

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