indico wants passionate people.
Launched two years ago, the company is providing all developers—regardless of experience—with speedy, easy-to-use, remotely accessible, productive tools.
And you don’t need a PhD in machine learning to apply.
“The ideal candidate will be as passionate as we are about making a change and bringing machine learning to everyone,” says Diana Yuan, COO and co-founder.
If you’ve got that motivation, indico is happy to teach you the necessary technical skills and knowledge.
You’ll get to teach the company some things, too. Because indico is in its early stages, employees have tons of say in shaping the culture and tech future. They’re making decisions on things like management style, structure, and unique indicrew traditions.
For example, developer Annie Carlson loves indico’s flex structure. She likes to sleep in, so she doesn’t arrive at the office until 11 in the morning. “I like that I’m generally working to get stuff done—not to complete hours per week,” she says. “It makes me invested in what I’m doing.”
One aspect of indico that’s not up for debate?
“We’re open, honest, and transparent, and our management style emphasizes those three factors,” Yuan explains.
Sounds great to us. To learn more about indico, check out its offices, then apply for a job.