At Riva Health, you'll work with the cofounder of Siri on our mission to dramatically simplify and personalize disease management, while making our innovations accessible on devices that people already have.

As a Senior Machine Learning Engineer you'll be part of the founding group of employees helping to pave the way with best practices and processes while working alongside world-class biomedical engineers and machine learning experts.
As an expert in AI/ML you'll also be able to specialize in key areas and help the team go from zero to launch and continue iterating through validation phases.
What You'll Do:
  • Save lives. Hypertension is a primary or contributing factor in 650,000 deaths per year in just the US alone. It's a big deal.
  • Own the development of on-device models (iOS, Android) for data acquisition and measurement. It all starts with you.
  • Contribute to the core ML models that power our Blood Pressure measurement technology.
  • Did we mention save peoples lives?
What You Bring:
  • 3-5 years of professional experience developing production-level Machine Learning models
  • Experience with relevant Deep Learning frameworks (Tensorflow/Keras, PyTorch)
  • Advanced understanding of Python and common data processing and ML libraries (Numpy, Pandas, scikit-learn)
  • Desire to constantly improve your models in production - monitoring performance, debugging, experimenting, and iterating towards perfection
  • Experience in acquiring, manipulating, and analyzing large data sets
  • Track record of performing in a fast-paced environment as a self-starter
  • Able to collaborate closely with mobile (iOS/Android), product, design, and test engineering to iterate and ship features at a high level of polish and functionality
  • Able to write clear and concise technical design documents, incorporating feedback from your team
  • Excellent communication and collaborative skills, be a team player
Bonus Points If You Have:
  • Prior experience with on-device (iOS/Android) Deep Learning Models (CoreML, TensorFlow Lite, etc.)
  • Experience in Digital Signal Processing (DSP)
  • Experience with AWS services (Lambda, S3, EC2, API)
  • Interest in Federated Learning techniques
  • Prior experience in the healthcare industry (HIPAA, FDA, etc)

Riva Health is an equal opportunity employer. If our mission and the opportunity resonates with you, we encourage you to apply even if your experience doesn't line up exactly with the job description.

Whether it's working with a world class team to save lives, or taking care of yourself with great benefits and time off, we've got you covered. 

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