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Staff Robotics Software Engineer

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Slip Robotics

Slip Robotics is a pioneering Series A startup specializing in developing autonomous mobile robots for efficient loading and unloading of semi-trailers.
Norcross, USA
Backend · Cloud · Embedded
Staff Software Engineer
In-Person
5+ years

Description

Slip Robotics, a pioneering Series A startup in robotics and automation, is seeking a Staff Robotics Software Engineer to join their innovative team. This role is perfect for a highly skilled professional with a strong blend of software and hardware expertise in robotics, holding a Master's degree or higher in a relevant field.

As a Staff Robotics Software Engineer, you'll be at the forefront of developing autonomous mobile robots for efficient loading and unloading of semi-trailers. Your work will directly impact the transformation of logistics and freight handling, collaborating with leading automotive and e-commerce companies.

Key responsibilities include developing sophisticated software for autonomous mobile robots, implementing advanced algorithms for path planning and motion control, and integrating cloud communication services, particularly AWS. You'll also be involved in sensor integration, electronics driver development, and maintaining CI/CD processes.

This role offers an exciting opportunity to work with cutting-edge technology, shape the future of logistics, and be part of a passionate team. Slip Robotics provides competitive compensation, equity options, and a comprehensive benefits package, including permissive time off.

If you have 5+ years of experience in robotics software development, proficiency in languages like Python and C++, and a strong background in cloud services and CI/CD processes, this could be your chance to make a significant impact in the field of robotics and automation. Join Slip Robotics and help revolutionize the freight industry with innovative robotic solutions.

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Responsibilities

  • Develop and maintain sophisticated software for autonomous mobile robots
  • Implement and optimize algorithms for path planning, motion control, and obstacle avoidance
  • Integrate and manage cloud communication services, especially AWS, for enhanced connectivity and data processing
  • Develop drivers and interfaces for various sensors and electronic components in robotics
  • Construct and maintain tools and processes for Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) to streamline software development and deployment
  • Collaborate with cross-functional teams for seamless software integration with mechanical and electrical systems
  • Apply machine learning techniques to improve robot autonomy and efficiency
  • Conduct comprehensive software testing and debugging for reliability and performance
  • Stay updated on the latest in robotics software, cloud computing, sensor technology, and CI/CD practices
  • Provide mentorship and guidance to junior software engineers

Requirements

Python
Linux
  • Master's degree or higher in Computer Science, Robotics, Software Engineering, or related field
  • 5+ years of experience in robotics software development
  • Proficiency in programming languages such as Python, C++, or ROS (Robot Operating System)
  • Experience with AWS or similar cloud services for communication and data processing
  • Experience in developing sensor and electronics drivers for robotic systems
  • Proven experience in building and maintaining CI/CD processes and tools
  • Strong skills in algorithm development for path planning, machine learning, and real-time systems
  • Exceptional problem-solving ability and adaptability in a fast-paced environment
  • Excellent communication skills and teamwork orientation

Benefits

Education Budget
  • Be a part of a passionate and innovative team
  • Work on groundbreaking technology in robotics and automation
  • Opportunity to shape the future of logistics and freight industries
  • Competitive compensation and equity options
  • Comprehensive benefits package
  • Permissive time off

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