Software Engineer - Basis AI - Singapore

Basis AI is well-funded startup headquartered in Singapore, backed by top global investors Sequoia Capital and Temasek. Our philosophy is to combine the rigor of an engineered platform, world-class scientific talent, and the practical experience of top data science leaders, to deliver high impact AI products. Our deep customer intelligence products help enterprises unlock growth, create personalized experiences, and manage risk. Customers include financial institutions, online marketplaces and consumer retail, across the region and beyond.


Basis AI is building an ML platform that automates infrastructure work involved with ML projects. With this platform, data scientists can focus on writing good model training code, and Basis AI's platform will handle everything else, from scheduling of the training pipeline, monitoring of model evaluation metrics, deploying of the model, and monitoring the real-world performance of the model. 


About the Role

We’re looking for engineers with experience building data infrastructure (streaming and batch systems) and large scale services. You will be working alongside engineers and data scientists to deliver a world-class ML platform. Our core platform is engineered to handle massive data, enforce data quality and provenance, seamlessly deploy models into production, monitor model performance in the real world to yield sustained performance and ensure AI explainability.


What You’ll Need


  • 2+ years full stack or back-end software engineering experience, building scalable infrastructure
  • Expertise with machine learning and data infrastructure technologies and tools (e.g. Spark, TensorFlow, Airflow)
  • Experience with ETL and implementing efficient data pipelines (SQL, Hadoop/Hive, Vertica)
  • Computer Science, or equivalent Engineering degree
  • Strong bias to action, creative problem solving mindset, and proactive communication
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