Forio is looking for a highly motivated Python engineer who wants to contribute to building a leading-edge data analytics and simulation platform and enjoys building Python models. The ideal candidate will be a strong individual contributor with a solid background in both Python and backend technologies. You’ll join Forio in applying the right technology for captivating, data-driven web simulations, games, and data visualizations for universities and corporate clients. You will provide technical recommendations for the Forio platform and for custom client applications. You’ll know that you are playing a leading role in the future of web simulation.
Below are some samples of our work:
At Forio, you’ll work on predictive analytics software and training simulations for clients like Harvard Business School, Wharton, and MIT. We’re a proven industry leader in the simulation market. Over 60% of MBA students worldwide use our simulations during their two-year program. We’ve also built forecasting tools for CBRE, Major League Baseball, and the CDC.
You’re an experienced developer with a strong background in Python. You are an avid reader (or writer!) of design and software blogs, and are always on the lookout for new design patterns and widgets. You’re comfortable working directly with customers on projects as necessary. You’re interested in shaping the direction of our business.
- 4 years of Python experience
- Ability to design and build out RESTful APIs
- Expertise in cloud technologies
Desirable Skills & Experience
- Strong architecture and design fundamentals
- Experience with Docker is a plus
- Passionate about simulations and predictive analytics
- Knowledge of cloud computing and distributed systems
- Strong background in computational algorithms
- Expertise in data structures and design patterns
This is a full time position based out of our San Francisco office. Local applicants or those looking to move to the SF Bay Area are welcome. We reimburse for relocation expenses.
Send a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include a short email note telling us what appeals to you about the position and how you think you might contribute.