Job Openings at a Carnegie Mellon spin-off

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From John Tommasi

A Carnegie Mellon spin-off building robots that will live and work amongst people. The robots will be deployed this year.  They are a small company focused on solving big problems with robots in a fast-paced, creative environment. There are 10 people in the company, eight are engineers and four hold PhDs.

2 locations:  Pittsburgh, PA or South Bay Area, CA


Highly skilled Software Engineer with hands-on experience in robotics systems.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

Develop software infrastructure and tools for mobile robots

Lead software quality assurance, testing and validation

Develop, refine and optimize algorithms for autonomous robots


Minimum 2-6 yrs. experience in software development

Excellent C/C++ and python programing skills

Experience with ROS (very deep experience !)

Experience with development in Linux and Windows environments

Experience with distributed version control software (git, mercurial, etc.)

Strong problem solving skills and fast learner. Strong analytical skills

ยท         Multithreading experience

Availability for travel overseas

Nice to Have

Experience with Agile development

Experience with database design

Experience with embedded operating systems and development

Strong UI/UX experience


If you are interested please contact John Tommasi:

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