We're hiring!

We're looking for an engineer to join our team!

Description:

Diesel Labs is an early stage Content Analytics company with proprietary technology that enables marketers to easily identify the video content audiences care about most, regardless of distribution channel or device size. With audiences consuming so many different types of media, it's important for marketers to evolve the way we think about measuring engagement and interest in media content.

Diesel is made up of several senior members of Bluefin Labs, a social TV analytics company that exited in 2013 via acquisition by Twitter. Diesel was awarded an innovation grant from the National Science Foundation in 2016 and has recently raised a seed round of fundraising. This is a great opportunity to join an experienced team entering a hot market at an early stage of the company.

Requirements:

~5-10 years experience working as a software engineer

~Prior experience working with AWS or similar cloud providers

~Ability to work independently and with remote collaborators

~Experience with Machine Learning and/or Collaborative filtering models a plus

 

Responsibilities:

~ Own substantial portions of the Diesel platform such as the web application, api server or data pipeline. This will include planning, development, deployment and operational support

~ Communicate estimates, designs and work plans to Diesel team and work collaboratively to come up with the best solution for the given constraints

~ Maintain good software engineering practices such as unit testing, performing code review and participating in knowledge and responsibility sharing sessions

~ Server and client side development

 

The Diesel Engineering Team Environment:

~ Opportunity to be among first engineers at an early stage startup

~ Scala server side and Javascript (react) frontend. Open to the best technology for the problem

~ Deploy to AWS using Docker containers and Cloud Formation

~ Data and machine learning pipeline is built on Spark

~ Currently all remote team, but co-location in the Boston / Cambridge area is in our future

~ Looking to build a culture of autonomy where engineers are encouraged to own problems end to end, develop specializations and share ownership

 

Please email support@diesellabs.com for more information or to apply.