Narrative is one of NZ’s fastest growing software as a service (SaaS) companies. We build products that cater to a market of millions of professional photographers worldwide. Our AI-powered tools help our customers improve their workflows, significantly increasing what they can get done each day. With the backing of top-tier Venture Capitalists and a team of exceptionally talented staff, we are committed to driving innovation in this space.
We have many thousands of photographers using our products and we are growing. This is a unique opportunity to join our team and build industry-leading AI products.
About the Role:
At Narrative, you'll be working closely with the Head of AI, contributing directly to the core-value of our company. Your work will navigate the highly technical world of world-class ML, while also communicating complex concepts to members of the business with different expertise. The role encompasses every stage of ML model development, from ideation to production. This includes coordinating data labelling, building new custom models, refining existing models to keep up with changing requirements, optimising models to run on-device, retraining models with new data, and meticulously validating models at every phase of their development.
We have a strong, nurturing company culture at Narrative. You'll join a smart, friendly, and supportive team with psychological safety. Here, we can be our authentic selves, freely discuss ideas, make the best decisions, and do our best work.
Throughout your journey at Narrative, you’ll not only grow in your skills to become an expert in all aspects of what it takes to build impactful ML models, but also contribute to our world-class products, helping to define an entirely new category in the making.
Some of the things you will work on:
We’re looking for someone who has:
Handy to have, but not required:
Location: Based in our office on Karangahape Road in Auckland, New Zealand; with some days of the week optionally remote. We are also supportive of fully remote members in New Zealand.