**Honeybee Robotics Career Opportunity**
***Software Engineer for Mission-Critical Robotic Systems at Honeybee Robotics (Brooklyn, New York, USA)***
**JOB TITLE:** Software Engineer
**LOCATION:** Brooklyn, New York
**RESPOND BY:** 6/1/2017
**APPLY ONLINE:** https://goo.gl/Vee2NY
_NOTE: Only applications made through the above form will be considered_
**REFERENCE DOCUMENT:** https://honeybeerobotics.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Honeybee-Robotics-SW-Brooklyn-2017-04-26.pdf
**US Citizenship Required:** Yes (or US Permanent Resident)
**Security Clearance Required:** No
**Education:** BS degree (MS preferred) in Robotics, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering or equivalent.
Honeybee Robotics is seeking an experienced Software Engineer to help execute advanced robotics projects as part of a multi-disciplinary team from early phase through product delivery with a focus on safety-critical robotic systems and new sensor-based robotics algorithm development. The Software Engineer will work as part of an Integrated Product Team to create technology development roadmaps, ensure projects are completed on schedule and under budget, and interact on a technical level with clients.
Specifically, the Software Engineer will:
Implement software development, test, and release tools and processes that support the rapid pace of programs
Contribute to overall robotics software architecture and roadmap decisions
Develop novel algorithms and technology that can be applied to advanced safety-critical robotic applications
Evaluating and identifying improvements to system designs with specific focus on robust autonomy
Interfacing with scientists, engineering managers, product management, and/or program management to drive new product development programs from concept to production
Create technical documentation (e.g. specifications, flow charts, hazards analysis) for complex systems
Provide hands-on support to cross-functional product development teams serving markets including space, defense, medical, manufacturing, and other industries.
2-6 years (or 0-6 years w/ MS) post-grad experience developing/delivering/sustaining complex cyber-physical software applications for PCs and embedded targets
2+ years working with space, mobile, industrial, or medical robots
2+ years development with ROS and/or OROCOS
Fundamental understanding and development experience with major processor and microcontroller architectures (x86, ARM, etc.)
C/C++ development on soft- and hard-realtime platforms
Python development for rapid algorithm development and orchestration
Experience developing distributed and asynchronous architectures
GUI, bus and device driver development (USB, Serial, PCI, PC-104, etc.),
Development experience with robotic systems and theory (e.g., mechatronics, kinematics, dynamics, sensing, control, planning, etc.)
Software architecting, requirements management, configuration management, and verification & validation experience
Strong communication skills including verbal, written, and interpersonal.
Team player. Desire and energy to work in a fast-paced environment
Strong ownership, passion, and a love for solving problems
2+ years development with one or more RTOS platforms
Experience developing robotic fault detection and recovery architectures
Experience developing model-based and adaptive control algorithms
Experience developing motion planning, navigation, and mapping algorithms (e.g. stochastic sensor fusion, SLAM)
Experience developing machine perception algorithms
Experience working with and developing machine learning algorithms
Experience working with real-time dynamic simulation frameworks
Familiarity with industrial robot safety standards (e.g., ISO/TS 15066)
Familiarity with medical device software standards (e.g., IEC 62304)
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