At Quill.org, we’ve created an online learning platform to help middle school students, primarily lower income ones, improve their reading and writing ability. Our pedagogy is based on years of research that shows that once students understand the logic behind constructing sentences, their ability to read and write improves dramatically. Unlike common multiple-choice-based learning tools, our tools allow students to practice writing sentences and passages in their browser, while still receiving real-time, focused feedback. This is a challenging engineering problem that we use a variety of methods to solve, from simple regex to machine learning.
Some info about Quill.org:
- We were named one of Fast Company’s Top 10 Most Innovative Education Companies in 2018 - We served over 2 million students last year and are continuing to grow. - In April 2019, we won a grant from Google’s AI for Social Good initiative which provides us with both funding and mentorship from Google’s NLP experts. - We’ve been funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, AT&T, Black Rock, and the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (to name a few).
As a member of our engineering team, you will be directly involved in building tools for students, teachers, and administrators. We are looking for developers who can take features from a user story to production. We are a rapidly-growing team of 20 working in the Financial District of New York City. This is a full-time role on-site, and we cannot sponsor a visa at this time.
We're hiring: Mid-level and Senior Full-Stack Engineers. Full positions here: https://www.quill.org/careers
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