Robot Software Engineer
Develop and co-own large part of the robot code base
Lobster Robotics is a high-tech startup developing cutting-edge autonomous underwater vehicles for seabed exploration and monitoring. The photographs and other data that we collect lets our clients understand what is there and allow them to take action. We are currently seeking a full-time software design engineer to join our team. You will take the responsibility over a large part of the codebase that runs on the underwater robot.
As a software engineer at Lobster Robotics you will be working on our robotics software stack, on anything from sensor communication to robot control to mission execution. You will be responsible for designing, developing, and testing such components using Python, CPP, and Rust. You will gain hands-on experience developing robust and performance software for autonomous robots operating in remote and hostile environments. As part of the development cycle, extensive field testing is often required so at times you will join the offshore operations to evaluate your work in action in the open ocean.
A software guru
A hands-on developer
Taking ownership of your work
Excited to develop code that interacts with hardware
Excelling in a multidisciplinary engineering team of mechanical, electrical, embedded, control and software engineers.
Completed MSc studies in computer science or >1 year of relevant work experience.
Demonstrated experience in large scale software development.
Proven ability to make reality from an idea.
Great attention to detail.
Extensive experience with GNU/Linux.
Proficiency in Python and Cpp.
Experience in Rust is nice to have, but not required.
Eligible to work in the Netherlands.
What do you get in return
Full-time position based at our YES!Delft office.
Join a rapidly growing startup at an early phase.
Work together with a highly skilled team of engineers.
Comprehensive end-to-end development experience.
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