Staff Engineer, Scale Spellbook
Scale Spellbook is a developer platform for prompt engineering, evaluation, deployment, knowledge retrieval and more. We are looking for a strong product engineer to join our team and help us scale and grow our product. The ideal candidate will have a strong understanding of software engineering principles and practices, as well as experience with large-scale distributed systems. You will be responsible for owning large new areas within our product, working across backend, frontend, and interacting with LLMs and ML models. You will solve hard engineering problems in scalability and reliability.
- Own large new areas within our product
- Work across backend, frontend, and interacting with LLMs and ML models
- Deliver experiments at a high velocity and level of quality to engage our customers
- Work across the entire product lifecycle from conceptualization through production
- Be able, and willing, to multi-task and learn new technologies quickly
- 5+ years of full-time engineering experience, post-graduation
- Experience scaling products at hyper growth startups
- Experience tinkering with or productizing LLMs, CV, vector databases, and the other latest AI technologies
The base salary range for this full-time position in our hub locations of San Francisco, New York, or Seattle, is $212,800-$258,121. Compensation packages at Scale include base salary, equity, and benefits. The range displayed on each job posting reflects the minimum and maximum target for new hire salaries for the position, determined by work location and additional factors, including job-related skills, experience, interview performance, and relevant education or training. Your recruiter can share more about the specific salary range for your preferred location during the hiring process. Scale employees are also granted Stock Options that are awarded upon board of director approval. You’ll also receive benefits including, but not limited to: Comprehensive health, dental and vision coverage, retirement benefits, a learning and development stipend, and generous PTO. Additionally, this role may be eligible for additional benefits such as a commuter stipend.
At Scale, we believe that the transition from traditional software to AI is one of the most important shifts of our time. Our mission is to make that happen faster across every industry, and our team is transforming how machine learning can build innovative products. Our products provide access to human-powered data for hundreds of use cases and are used by industry leaders such as Open AI, Lyft, Meta, GM, Samsung, Airbnb, NVIDIA, and many more. We’ve recently raised $325 million in Series E funding at a valuation of $7B+ and are expanding our team to accelerate the development of AI applications.
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