Software Engineer Dataiku Govern - France or Remote France
Headquartered in New York City, Dataiku was founded in Paris in 2013 and achieved unicorn status in 2019. Now, more than 1,000+ employees work across the globe in our offices and remotely. Backed by a renowned set of investors and partners including CapitalG, Tiger Global, and ICONIQ Growth, we’ve set out to build the future of AI.
You’re passionate about technology and you love turning ideas into real products that make everyday people’s life easier? We want to hear from you!
We are looking for a talented software engineer to develop our new AI governance offer within the Dataiku platform.
With more and more data initiatives becoming mission strategic, and with the rise of diverse AI regulation frameworks around the globe, governance is turning out to be more crucial than ever.
But that’s a tough and complex area for the companies: different systems to monitor and to interact with, stakeholders from across various departments, policies and processes to enforce transversely…
Our mission in the AI governance team is to make that easy and efficient by providing our customers with a customizable platform that allows them to implement their in-house processes and strong integrations to oversee all of their data initiatives.
Our technical stack is composed of a Java backend supported by a PostgreSQL database and a web frontend developed in modern Angular. Our architecture is oriented toward exposing services, for both interaction with the frontend and with external applications.
Building such a fully customizable system is a truly exciting challenge.
The position is a full-time position based in our Paris office or remote in the same time zone.
What you will be doing:
- Turn ideas or product specifications into full-fledged product features, including unit and end-to-end tests.
- Tackle complex problems that range from performance and scalability to usability, so that complicated machineries look straightforward and simple to use for our users.
- Help your teammates: review code, spread your technical expertise, improve our tool chain
- Bring your energy to the team!
- You are not surprised that “Math.max() < Math.min()” is true in JS
- You have a first experience (either professional or personal) building a real product.