A World-Changing Company
Palantir builds the world's leading software for data-driven decisions & operations. By bringing the right data to the people who need it, our platforms empower our partners to develop lifesaving drugs, forecast supply chain disruptions, locate missing children, & more.
Palantir Foundry is an end-to-end platform for data-driven decision-making. We're transforming the way organizations securely integrate their data, so they can then build reliable, critical applications atop that unified foundation. Our customers use Foundry to perform rich analyses that drive core operations within their organizations. They can also build sophisticated, full-fledged programs such as common operating pictures, alert-triaging inboxes, & resource allocation planning tools driven by rich-ML models.
As a Full Stack Engineer focused on application development in Foundry, you will be responsible for crafting the tools used by thousands of users to build the sophisticated applications that power their businesses. You will be architecting & developing interfaces to make sophisticated, data-intensive workflows both powerful & approachable, including to non-technical users. You may spend one day interviewing users to better understand their needs & identifying product gaps to improve. The next day, you might find yourself putting that customer context to use & brainstorming how to handle intricate UX needs with your teammates. You'll regularly be faced with sophisticated technical problems, requiring you to scope out the solution design & finding an incremental path to shipping the new features. As part of this, you will own APIs & schemas that power your frontend code, or work with other backend engineers in developing them together.
We're hiring engineers who are passionate about solving real-world problems & empowering both customer app builders & end-users to do their work optimally. Some examples of the types of product work you'd get to do are:
• Designing & building for high-scale data intensive APIs (example)
• Developing interactive workflow UIs
• Building products which aim to make technical concepts accessible for non-technical users
• Creating low-code/no-code WYSIWYG tools, which enable application builders within Foundry to build products for their users (example) arise the role & its primary responsibilities in narrative form