Education AI Start-up
Or call Will Bendall
Hit a glass ceiling in your job? Want to play a key role in building and scaling a start-up where there’s no limit to your progression?
A bit about them?
An early-stage well-funded startup that’s grown 100X in the last year, they’re run by a
former Google & Amazon employee, a former teacher, and a database expert who became best friends while studying at Cambridge University. Tell them what you’re learning and they’ll use AI to quiz you in a way that stops you from forgetting, this start-up is on a mission to make learning so easy and fun that anyone can learn anything.
What you’d be doing?
You’d be the Founding Frontend Engineer, joining a team, which currently numbers 4 overall, however, they expect this would grow to around 12 within the next year as they look to add 8 more heads.
In your first year, you’ll be focusing on building and delivering plenty of new features on this learning platform that helps people to remember everything they learn. You’ll use AI to drive the experiences that delight the users and work with a product powered by LLMs on a daily basis to transform notes and study materials into fun quizzes that are based on cognitive science – think Duolingo but for everything!
What’s in it for you?
With all the rage around ChatGPT and AI these days, this is an exciting chance for you to be a part of an Educational AI product’s growth right from the start. With tonnes of greenfield work for you to get stuck into and a goal to reach 1 billion users, you’d be one of this company’s first hires.
You’ll get a salary of up to £85K, hybrid working, and negotiable holiday days (you’d be helping build the culture, so it’s open to discussion). You’ll be given generous stock options and have a potential progression pathway up to VP of Engineering – they are looking to invest in you and your self-development enabling you to grow whilst the company does too.
Their Backend uses a combination of Python (Flask) and Postgres for their database system, they may also look to add Typescript to the stack in the future – though there’s no requirement for these, it would be a bonus if you’ve experience working with any of these frameworks before.
3 stage Interview Process