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London, UK

Job description

Our client is an award-winning AI Startup in the heart of London. Their product, which is an open software and research platform as well as the hardware personal robot, is set to revolutionise the world of AI assistants and has already won multiple innovation awards.

They have multiple positions for backend engineers to join their team. Their stack includes C++, Python and Go using Docker in AWS.

As a Backend Engineer, you’ll be using Go and Python to build complex SW systems - developing new and existing features for their AI Robot alongside experts in machine learning and artificial intelligence. You’ll be part of a tight-knit team of experienced developers and researchers, establishing architectural principles and selecting design patterns. You don’t need previous experience in AI or machine learning for this role. They’re looking for creative problem solvers who are proactive and adaptable within a fast-paced environment.

If you have commercial experience with Go or Python and want to learn the respective other, this is an ideal learning environment to grow with them and be a part of a collaborative culture.

Offering a competitive salary and a long list of benefits (including equity). This is an ideal time to join them on their journey.

Please note, our client does not offer remote working with this position. While they’re able to offer tier-2 visa sponsorships, all successful candidates will be office-based in London.

Skills & requirements

Essential:

- Experience with either Go or Python

- Experience building key-value or relational databases.

- Familiarity with REST frameworks

Bonuses:

- Familiarity with Docker and AWS

- Understanding of continuous testing procedures

- Understanding of ML Models (SVM, regression, random forests)

How to apply

Email Ben Sheridan, Senior Consultant @ District4 - ben@district4.io with your CV

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