[Eecs-news-links] Flight Software Engineer @ Reliable Robotics (Bay Area, CA)

Batten, Tina tina.batten at oregonstate.edu
Sun Feb 24 16:19:27 PST 2019

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Flight Software Engineer
Mountain View, CA
Reliable Robotics believes aircraft should fly themselves. Highly reliable robotic aviation systems will enable a future where air transportation is more available, more affordable, and fundamentally transformative to the way goods--and eventually people--move around the planet. As an engineer at Reliable Robotics you will work with a team of mission-driven engineers with experience across aviation, space, robotics and self-driving cars to make this future a reality.

Reliable Robotics is seeking to hire a full-time Flight Software Engineer. The position will be located at our facility in Mountain View, California and report directly to the VP of Engineering.

     *   Work with peers to establish requirements for flight software
     *   Work with peers to define software and system architecture
     *   Design and implement simple and reliable flight software
     *   Write comprehensive unit tests
     *   Test software in simulation, hardware-in-loop and flight

Minimal Requirements

     *   4-year college degree in computer science or equivalent practical experience
     *   5+ years experience developing C++ for embedded, high-performance or other critical applications

Preferred Skills and Experience

     *   Previous experience working in a DO-178 environment
     *   Previous experience shipping a product
     *   Thorough understanding of computer architecture, operating systems and networking
     *   Demonstrated ability to work in a self-directed manner in a fast-paced environment
     *   Excellent written and verbal communication skills
     *   Attention to detail

Must be willing to travel up to 10% of the time
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