Software Engineer position at Cyberdyne Inc. (Japan)

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from Martin Peris Martorell via ros-users@

"Dreaming" or "Passion" is valuable, but a "Heart for Caring for Others" is much more important. If one has the heart to care for people and society, one cannot idly stand by, but will proactively think and take immediate actions for a brighter future. This is the heart of Cyberdyne and we are looking for a Software Engineer experienced in ROS to help shaping that future.

About the job

We require a software engineer with broad experience in ROS and its components: simulators, visualisation tools, navigation, sensors, actuators and others. You will have the chance to join a highly dynamic and creative group of engineers with different backgrounds and skills working on real-world robotic applications.

Your main responsibilities will be:
 - Develop and maintain ROS software packages.
 - Prototype robots in simulated environment.
 - Implement and test algorithms in both simulated and real robots.

 - MSc in Computer Science or related field (preferable PhD)
 - ROS proficiency
 - Fluency in C/C++ (other languages are welcome)
 - Software Development experience under Linux/OS X environment
 - Hands-on experience with autonomous robots

Nice to have
 - PLC experience
 - Japanese language ability 
 - Currently residing in Japan (although we can sponsor a Visa)

If you feel you are the person we are looking for, let me know at, send your cover letter (max 1 page) and your CV (max 2 pages) in PDF format. And to proof that you are human (or at least a robotic life form advanced enough to understand this e-mail and fulfil the requirements of the job position) state "Hasta la vista, baby" in the subject of your e-mail.

We are looking forward to hearing from you.

Best regards.

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