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The requirements listed in the below description are simply guidelines, and you do not need to satisfy every requirement or meet every qualification listed.  We encourage you to apply if you feel your experience is transferable to what our company is looking for.  Applying gives you the opportunity to be considered and we look forward to reviewing your application!

OfferFit was founded by ex-McKinsey and BCG math PhDs, and we’re funded by leading Silicon Valley VCs. OfferFit replaces A/B testing with automated experimentation, powered by self-learning AI. This allows lifecycle marketers to test & improve the performance of their campaigns much faster than before. Customers include leading brands like Brinks Home (leading home security company) and Engie (multinational electric utility), among many others.

 

Do you enjoy working on data-intensive products and being involved in projects from an early stage?  Come join our quickly growing Engineering team to help design, improve and scale OfferFit's self-learning (reinforcement learning) AI platform.

 

In particular, you will:

 

  • Use robust software engineering best practices to design, implement, and improve modular components in a cutting-edge ML product
  • Work closely with OfferFit customers to understand, translate and generalize particular use cases to generic platform components
  • Apply your extensive knowledge of Python and its ecosystem to produce clean, readable, and extendible code, and coach others on the team in doing the same
  • Participate in determining OfferFit’s product strategy and roadmap
  • Support teams implementing OfferFit for customers to ensure their success

 

Tech stack:

 

  • Data Science/Back End: Python (Pandas, TF, Flask, Great Expectations), SQL
  • Web [Not required for this role]: JavaScript (Vue, Node.js), HTML, CSS
  • Architecture/DevOps: Kubernetes, Airflow, Terraform, GCP
  • We write well-tested, type-hinted, documented, modular code and use pre-commit hooks, CI/CD, and issue tracking for development.

Why is it great: 

No toy datasets in notebooks — we’re implementing AI pipelines in production at scale!

  1. Learn tons about data architecture, data science, and self-learning AI.
  2. Work in a team that not only talks the talk of development best practices, but walks the walk — unit & integration tests, modular design, CI/CD, pair programming, code reviews — the works.
  3. Join OfferFit’s fast-paced, supportive, and professional team. We make sure all of our team members are empowered and receive great mentorship and coaching.

Who’s a Fit: 

  • Exceptional coder: you write clean, object-oriented code; you care about good design and terse, testable APIs
  • Tinkerer: you regularly explore and learn new technologies and methods
  • Entrepreneurial: you proactively identify opportunities and risks, work around obstacles, and always seek creative ways to improve processes and outcomes
  • Structured and organized: you can structure a plan, align stakeholders, and see it through to execution
  • Clear communicator: you are able to express yourself clearly and persuasively, both in writing and speech

Timeline:  Please note that his job posting is not for immediate hire but rather an opportunity to submit an application for future consideration.

Company Benefits and Perks:

  • Generous PTO policy (starting at 25 days PTO per year)
  • 100% remote work environment with flexible hours 
  • Quarterly gatherings where we meet in person in a different city to work together, bond as a team and celebrate our progress
  • Weekly team events (lunch and learns, trivia, virtual escape rooms, town hall and team health “barometer” meetings)
  • Ability to learn and develop from an experienced leadership team (ex-Amazon, McKinsey, BCG, and IBM, among others) who are focused on building a talented, diverse, and inclusive team
  • Dedication to building a strong culture (e.g., employee resource groups, weekly employee recognitions, major life event celebrations, mental health/sustainability days off, etc.)
  • Competitive Employee benefits (major medical, vision, dental, LTD and parental leave) and 401K matching program

OfferFit is committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. OfferFit is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, disability, age, or other legally protected status.

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