How would you like to become an AI Implementation Engineer for a cutting edge Series A startup revolutionizing the marketing space? This company helps their clients accelerate their personalization plans and make the leap from A/B testing to AI.
What's the Job?
As an AI Implementation Engineer, you will be collaborating with customers to ensure their successful in their marketing efforts. You will be taking on Data Science and Engineering responsibility and extending product capabilities by improving architecture and developing reusable data pipelines, APIs, and components. You will be part of the team creating the ETL processes (Data Ingestion/Cleaning, etc.) and Data Pipelines to tie into the company Machine Learning models.
You will also have the opportunity to work closely with the CTO to analyze and improve reinforcement learning algorithms. You will have a hand in the company's product strategy and roadmap and the opportunity to be customer facing while working with their technical teams.
Who Are We?
This company is on the come up as a hot Series A startup funded by lead Silicon Valley investors. They replace the manual, tedious A/B testing process with automated experimentation, powered by self-learning AI. This allows marketers to test and improve the campaign performance much quicker than the traditional ways.
Since launch in 2020, this company has had excessive demand from customers spanning basically all verticals.
What Skills Do I Need?
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What's in it For You?
This is great opportunity to take your talents to an up-and-coming company where there is no ceiling to your career progression. As an AI Implementation Engineer on this team, you will be involved in the upswing of new technology in an increasingly competitive space.
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