- Core Product-Pocket
- Remote US, Remote San Francisco Bay Area, Remote Canada, Remote Toronto/Vancouver Area
Pocket empowers people to discover, organize, consume, and share content that matters to them. Our apps and platform are essential ways that tens of millions of people discover and consume content on the web. Pocket is the Web, curated: for you and by you.
The Data Products team at Pocket builds systems connecting tens of millions of people to the content worthy of their time and attention. By partnering with product owners to understand how our users engage with Pocket, we design features and build APIs and supporting infrastructure that connect data models and machine learning to user-facing features.
As we identify new ways to implement machine learning in our product, it is vital that our APIs and infrastructure remain reliable, scalable, and easy to use. Do you have experience architecting APIs capable of delivering features, powering experimentation, and collecting feature signals? Does collaborating with client, data, machine learning, and product teams to deploy user-facing features using machine learning excite you? We are looking for a senior python application engineer to join our growing team!
People who excel on our team thrive in a small, dynamic environments. We cover many areas including machine learning, product engineering, operations, and data pipeline, meaning every member of our team has the opportunity to learn and contribute across multiple subject areas.
Who you are
You enjoy working on small dynamic teams.
Application engineer with at least 4 years of experience.
Have worked closely with machine learning, data, and product teams.
Strong Python fundamentals and object-oriented programming,
Have deployed systems at scale in Google or AWS cloud platforms.
Have experience architecting both GraphQL and Rest APIs at scale.
Are excited to build processes capable of handling billions of records.
What you'll do
Partner with product owners and machine learning engineers to identify and build APIs powering user-facing features.
Work with machine learning engineers to assist in taking machine learning models into production systems.
Design cloud infrastructure capable of handling tens of millions of requests daily.
Work with and have the opportunity to contribute to the many disciplines required to build and deploy machine learning at scale.
Design test strategies and build automated tests.
Cloud infrastructure: AWS, Google, Lambda, Docker, Kubernetes, ECS
Database: MySql, Postgres, Key/value, Dynamodb, Aurora
Streaming data job frameworks: Kinesis, Kafka, Pub/sub, Message queue
Cloud data warehouses: BigQuery, Snowflake, Redshift, Athena
Feature stores: Sagemaker, Databricks, Vertex
Continuous deployment and continuous integration
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