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Full Stack Software Engineer

ResoluteAI · Nov 18th 2020

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ResoluteAI is a fast-growth data aggregation and intelligent search startup, with a mission to enable scientifically driven organizations to make their next big discovery.

We are looking for full-stack developers to help build out our capabilities as we continue to grow.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Integrate public domain datasets into the search platform using our ETL framework.

  • Design and implement new features that integrate and highlight the various public datasets.

  • Work with various external enterprise search APIs to ingest and enrich clients’ documents for search.

  • Assist machine learning engineers with deploying their models into production

  • Communicate directly with clients on requirements, progress, and setting expectations.

  • Assist with bug fixes and writing of regression and unit tests.

Education and Previous Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, or equivalent experience in software development

  • 5+ years in related experience and training

Knowledge and Skills:

  • Strongly skilled in Python. Experience with SQL and an ORM (e.g. sqlalchemy).

  • Can hold your own on the frontend UI in ReactJS

  • Comfortable working with Docker and in a Linux environment

  • Experience with ElasticSearch – very strong plus

  • Experience with Elastic Map Reduce or Spark is a plus

  • Knowledge of networking, especially AWS services and infrastructure is a plus

  • Must have a self-starter mentality and willingness to dig deep into the code.

  • Ability to own your work and adopt an outcomes-based approach, in a fast paced environment of quickly evolving requirements.

What we offer:

  • Competitive salary

  • Full benefits (Medical, Dental, Vision, FSA, Commuter benefit)

  • 401(k) and matching

  • Equity in the company

  • Unlimited Paid Time Off

  • Flexible Work Environment

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