The developer platform for LLM applications
A Product Engineer is a customer-obsessed, product-focused, full stack Software Engineer. As one of the first Software Engineers at Humanloop you’ll lead the design, development, and operations of our products. We’re a small and autonomous team, so, you’ll end up wearing many hats and having meaningful impact.
As the product engineer, you will play a key role in defining and creating these tools for human-AI interaction. You will feel comfortable talking to users, prototyping and shipping product.
What does success look like?
Our software is constantly evolving, so we need engineers who can do the same. Our current stack is:
You’ll have significant control over what gets added to and removed from this list in the next version of this job description.
We think that people with amazing ability can come from all sorts of backgrounds. You need to prove that you can ship quality code and understand how to scale applications, and grow into a leadership position within the company.
We were fully remote during the pandemic but have decided to return to an office afterwards. We find that the time in person allows us to move a lot faster and the discussion that occur spontaneously are super valuable.
We require everyone to be in the office on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. On other days you can choose to work from home or in the office
Send us your CV and a project you've worked on that you're proud of
Large Language Models and AI more generally are the next computing platform. Millions of developers will be building with this technology and at Humanloop you'll have a chance to work at the frontier and shape the future.
You'll get the chance to work really hard on a problem that matters alongside super-smart people who are passionate about what they do. The environment is fast-paced with new features being shipped every week or even every day. The customers we get to work with are themselves inspiring AI startups who are also trying to use this amazing new technology to build products and services that were previously science fiction.