Looking for a new challenge?  MajorBoost uses NLP to automate phone calls for doctors’ offices, so patients and healthcare workers can get coverage and claims info.  MajorBoost is recruiting Machine Learning Engineers to work with cutting edge AI.   We’re looking for developers who want to have an impact, have a growth mindset, and enjoy solving challenging problems. As an early team member, you’ll get to make a difference and get a slice of the company.  At MajorBoost, you will bring AI to healthcare workers, empowering them to benefit patients.

Our tech stack leverages C#, .NET, and Python. As an early member of the team, you will collaborate to build beautiful and elegant solutions to complex problems. You will be responsible for architecting the applications that users use daily and should be comfortable building and shipping end to end vertically integrated features.

What we look for:

  • Proficiency in Python (C# is a bonus)
  • Solid grasp of computer science, algorithms and data structures
  • Experience with shipping products in cloud environments
  • 3+ years of AI and/or software development experience
  • Adaptable, humble, and interested in making an impact
  • Bonus: Experience working on machine learning products
  • Bonus: A bachelor’s or master’s degree in computer science or a similar field

What we offer:

  • A fast-paced, inclusive and collaborative environment
  • Build category-defining products
  • Work with world class talent (ex Microsoft, Amazon, The Allen Institute for AI).
  • A chance to be an early member of the team, with equity to match
  • Make an impact, make healthcare more efficient
  • Medical coverage, 401K options

MajorBoost

MajorBoost automates phone calls for doctors’ offices.  Healthcare staff spend hours on the phone to understand benefits and claim status.  MajorBoost uses AI techniques to handle phone calls, freeing up healthcare staff to focus on taking care of patients. Founded at the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence, MajorBoost is led by technologists with a mix of entrepreneurial and large-scale AI experience. 

Diversity 

MajorBoost is committed to a diverse, inclusive environment where everyone can be their personal best.  Diversity and inclusion are critical to our organizational strength, executional excellence and ability to better serve our customers.  To achieve this, we value and demonstrate mutual respect, clear communication and understanding in our organization.

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