Machine Learning Engineer - Ranking Foundation - Remote - United States

Reddit is a community of communities. It’s built on shared interests, passion, and trust and is home to the most open and authentic conversations on the internet. Every day, Reddit users submit, vote, and comment on the topics they care most about. With 100,000+ active communities and approximately 73+ million daily active unique visitors, Reddit is one of the internet’s largest sources of information. For more information, visit

In this role, as a core member of the Ranking Foundation team, you’ll work with the billions of events and terabytes of data generated every day to personalize Reddit posts and comments for each user on the platform, helping them connect and engage with their communities while discovering the best of Reddit.

How You'll Have Impact:
You will own projects from ideation to production instead of being stuck making small incremental gains on enterprise systems. You’ll work with a super talented, cross-functional team to solve hard problems in order to create experiences that users will love. We are a team of builders that value impact, personal growth, openness and kindness.

What You’ll Do:
Collaborate on projects with other Ranking Foundation and Core Experience engineers where you’ll apply Machine Learning to personalization, discovery and recommendation problems.
Build and deploy sophisticated machine learning models to improve experiences for millions of users.
Participate in the full software development cycle: design, develop, QA, deploy, experiment, analyze and iterate.
Collaborate across disciplines and with other ML teams at Reddit to find technical solutions to complex challenges.

Role Requirements:
2+ years of hands-on, post-grad, non-internship professional experience with Machine Learning in a production-based environment
2+ years of hands-on professional software development experience
Solid theoretical knowledge of …

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