Sr. Engineer - Conversational AI

VOICEplug

Bengaluru, Karnataka, India Remote

Full-time

Engineering

Sep 13

Overview:

Exciting job role that involves designing and building the next generation of Conversational AI/NLP products. Build a long-term career in Conversational AI/NLP and Deep Learning. Opportunity to join one of the fastest growing Conversational AI companies in US/Silicon Valley.

Specific Responsibilities:

•       Design and development of Conversational AI based software applications involving Deep Learning, NLP, Conversational AI, python related frameworks/tools, and other back-end applications.

•       Designing, developing, and managing data structures and database management systems.

•       Maintaining and upgrading existing products and features.

Key Requirements:

•       Graduate/Postgraduate in engineering, preferably in Computer Science or related.

•       At least 4 years of experience working on NLP or Conversational AI products/projects.

•       At least 4 years of experience with Python and related frameworks and components.

•       At least 2 years of hands-on experience with data structures and database design.

•       Understanding and experience in working on Machine Learning algorithms and Data Science projects.

•       Strong analytical skills and ability to understand concepts quickly.

•       Experience in working with cross-border and cross-functional teams.

•       Good communication skills and ability to multi-task.

•       Proven experience in high-level programming languages, like Python, software development methodologies, and in building complex web systems.

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