- Full Time
Posted on: 17 November, 2023
AI your people will love. That’s our vision, and it contains multitudes :
We’re filling a big need for generative AI built ground-up for the needs of enterprises and embraced by their teams. As generative AI became a board-level initiative almost overnight for most enterprises, our market matured dramatically and we benefit from that tailwind. Our product is highly differentiated, our roadmap is transformative, and our customers are happy and vocal.
About this role
As a Prompt Engineer at Writer, you’ll play a critical role in developing and refining the prompts and prompt chains that help our customers reduce content bottlenecks and derive maximum value from our product. You’ll work closely with our Customer Success team both to determine how best to take the input data we receive from our customers and use it to produce first-rate content using our proprietary Palmyra family of models.
You’ll also ensure customer content aligns with their style and formatting requirements. Finally, you’ll work with our AI team to help create datasets that we’ll use to fine-tune models for specific customer use cases. Your expertise in Python, dataset curation, prompt design, and linguistics will be crucial to growing and maintaining Writer’s relationships with its customers.
You’ll report to our Director of Customer Language Engineering.
️ Your responsibilities:
Collaborate with engineering team members to integrate your prompt engineering work seamlessly into our product.
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