Company Overview 

May Mobility makes communities more vibrant and livable with fleets of self-driving vehicles that bring safety, convenience, and comfort to short-distance travel. Built by a team with deep experience in transportation and AV, our vehicles provide a trusted option to driving, helping to reduce parking traffic, relieve congestion, and reduce accidents caused by human error.

Your Opportunity to Drive Success 

  • Show ability to increase team effectiveness through efficient design choices, mentoring and challenging team assumptions and status quo.
  • Lead meetings and delegate across teams, fostering clear communication and teamwork while keeping everyone on goal.
  • Architect, develop and maintain board support software and the operating system
  • Be the technical leader on vehicle controls and embedded systems software stack
  • Work with entire team to develop key requirements and flow into technical specifications including hardware and software architectures
  • Be a key contributor to the ECU hardware specification and selection
  • Research existing solutions and interface with suppliers to procure embedded hardware and software modules or components
  • Perform system integration of the embedded controller into the vehicle platform
  • Create and oversee test plans, interpret test results, and recommend and implement solutions
  • Characterize software performance on target hardware, identify bottlenecks, and recommend hardware and/or software solutions
  • Integrate and improve existing software and adapt to new hardware
  • Improve performance, security, and safety of the software using state-of-the art software approaches and dedicated hardware components

Required Qualifications and Skills

  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or similar field
  • 5+ years of experience in embedded software application or board support development
  • At least 1 year of experience in leading a software team and delivering products on time 
  • Experience in hands-on automotive embedded development
  • Expertise developing software in C and/or assembly
  • Experience with agile software development process
  • Experience with software design methodologies and latest software quality and coding standards (like MISRA and SPICE)
  • Expertise with CAN, Serial, and Ethernet communication protocols
  • Strong electrical and electronic hardware design experience
  • Good communication skills and the ability to work across functional teams
  • Independent problem-solving ability

Desired Qualifications 

  • Master’s degree in Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or similar field
  • 7+ years of experience in embedded software application or board support development
  • Experience with complex microcontroller architecture, especially with respect to multi-core, lockstep, and watchdog processors from a variety of silicon vendors
  • Experience in managing or contributing to full stack Autosar development projects including application, RTE configuration, and MCAL.
  • Experience defining requirements for safety-critical systems
  • Experience with SafeRTOS and Functional Safety Qualified software packages
  • Experience with Robotics or ADAS integration

Benefits and Perks

  • Health benefits including vision and dental
  • Unlimited paid vacation days and generous holidays
  • Paid parental leave
  • Meaningful stock options
  • Daily catered lunches and snacks at the office
  • Flexible schedule around core business hours


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