WHAT TO EXPECT
In your role as a Software Engineer, you’ll be the person that researches, designs, develops and delivers automated driving software components. While you’ll be comfortable working across a range of technologies, you’ll be focused on one or more discipline in particular, including real-time operating systems, robotics middleware systems, perception and object detection, sensor fusion, localisation and mapping systems, or path planning.
You’ll work in an open, collaborative manner to document, organise and disseminate information, outcomes and insights. Because of the work you do, we’ll be able to build state of the art automated driving algorithms and techniques, and continuously improve the quality of our outputs.
WHAT YOU’LL NEED
Alongside knowledge of software development in an automotive context, you’ll have a strong understanding of the key automotive algorithms, including SLAM, Kalman Filters, Particle Filters, A*, C++, Python, Automotive SPICE, Linux and MISRA. Your hands-on experience in implementing software components into driving systems will mean you know all about computer vision and image processing, as well as development for embedded systems.
With experience in Bayesian statistics, probabilistic numerical methods, and general-purpose programming languages, you’ll have a thorough understanding of system and software principles and the development lifecycle – which you’ll harness to solve automated driving problems.
Applicants are also desired to have a full driver’s license.
Bring all this to the home of premium innovation where you'll receive a competitive salary and benefits package and you’ll find the opportunities to further your career with a world-class team.