Senior Software Engineer
Machine Learning, Core
Posted on 6/15/2022
Austin, TX, USA
- 5+ years of work experience in Machine Learning in a production-based environment
- Experience with at least 2 of: Tensorflow, Keras, PyTorch and Sklearn
- Experience working with data-intensive systems and writing production-quality software (preferred Python or golang)
- The ability to extract insight from data; proficient with SQL
- Passionate about building delightful products for users
- Strong communication and team-work skills
- Lead projects where you'll apply Machine Learning to personalization, discovery and recommendation problems
- Build and deploy sophisticated machine learning models to improve experiences for millions of users
- Participate in the full software development cycle: design, develop, QA, deploy, experiment, analyze and iterate
- Collaborate across disciplines and with other ML teams at Reddit to find technical solutions to complex challenges
- Solid theoretical knowledge of Machine Learning and Statistical concepts, including Deep Learning, as well as performance tradeoffs. Experience with recommender and/or ranking systems is a plus
Social news website & forum
Reddit's mission is to bring community and belonging to everyone in the world. The company operates a social news website and forum where content is socially curated by members.
- Comprehensive health benefits
- Flexible unlimited vacation days & monthly global wellness days
- Family planning funds & 4+ months paid parental leave
- Personal & professional development funds
- Paid volunteer time off
- Workspace & home office benefits
Company Core Values
- Evolve: Only by continually improving and learning will we succeed.
- Add Value: We constantly evaluate our work to ensure it’s adding value and bringing us closer to achieving our mission. It’s easy to fall into the trap of conflating activity with value. Adding value requires hard work, but not all hard work is valuable.
- Default: Open The free flow of ideas and feedback is the lifeblood of a healthy organization, and Reddit must embrace it if we are to thrive.