Job opening: Software Engineer at Dynamic Legged Systems lab of IIT Genova

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From Claudio Semini via ros-users@

The Dynamic Legged Systems Lab (DLS Lab) at Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT) http://www.iit.it/en/advr-labs/dynamic-legged-systems.html is looking for a full time

SOFTWARE ENGINEER (deadline 7th of May!)

with proven experience in programming (mostly C and C++).

The DLS Lab is known for cutting-edge research in the area of high-performance legged robots. The Lab's main research platform is the [hydraulic robot HyQ] (http://www.iit.it/hyq), one of the world's top performing quadruped robots. Its successor is the new HyQ2Max robot.

The successful candidate will be responsible for developing software in the area of embedded systems, communication and networking as well as higher level applications such as graphical interfaces to support the different projects within the DLS Lab.

Please visit the following page for a detailed list of requirements and other info: https://www.iit.it/careers/openings/opening/138-software-engineer-and-developer The highly competitive salary will depend on qualifications and experience and will include additional health benefits.

To apply please send electronically your detailed CV, university transcripts and cover letter outlining motivation, experience and qualifications for the post to selezioni@iit.it by May 7th, 2016 stating "DLSLab SW 2016" in the subject of the e-mail.

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