We are seeking talented Cloud Software Engineer to join us in building the next generation Mapping Software to create large, accurate, and safe HD Maps, fast. We are building a mapping system that supports mapping at a scale of billions of data points from different sensors and data sources used by hundreds of users and operators spread out across different cities and time zones in Asia and the United States of America. HD Maps enable our autonomous cars to navigate from point A to point B. It is a critical set of information to make the smartest safe decisions on the road. With an ever expanding footprint of mapped areas, we enable teams of researchers, engineers, testers, and operators across the entire company to explore uncharted territory by enabling our self-driving cars to learn from new environments and go where no other self-driving car has gone before.

We are seeking talented Software Engineers to help develop and roll out the next generation of our advanced tools to support autonomous driving.

Things you'll get to work on:

  • Design, plan, and implement future improvements of the mapping backend system  for scalability and performance
  • Work with large-scale point cloud, image, and other sensor data to build maps for our growing fleet of self-driving cars
  • Support full software development life cycle
  • Provide guidance and mentorship to team to build cloud competencies
  • Write high quality, idiomatic, and maintainable code

Education and Experience we hope you'll come with:

  • BS or MS in Computer Science or related field
  • 3+ years of experience in architecting, designing, and implementing cloud solutions on AWS
  • Familiarity with Docker, containerization technology, and Kubernetes
  • Familiarity with Serverless Architectures
  • Experience in Test Driven Development and writing testable code
  • Experience in troubleshooting and tuning systems
  • Good knowledge of Python or C++ and OOP principles
  • Good knowledge of a particular development ecosystem, such as developing modules, publishing packages and using various dev tools (linting, code analysis)
  • Ability to articulate ideas to non-technical audience

Bonus points for:

  • Knowledge of geospatial data, libraries, and tools
  • Prior experience with HD Maps and/or mapping for self-driving cars

 

Motional is making driverless vehicles a safe, reliable, and accessible reality.
Our team is commercializing a world-class driverless system. The Motional team is behind some of the industry’s largest leaps forward in the last decade, including the first fully-autonomous cross-country drive in the U.S, the launch of the world’s first robotaxi pilot, and operation of the world’s most-established public robotaxi fleet. Strategically formed by Hyundai Motor Group and Aptiv, Motional is fundamentally changing how people move through their lives.
 
Headquartered in Boston, Motional has operations in the US and Asia. For more information, visit www.Motional.com and follow us on TwitterLinkedInFacebookInstagram and YouTube.
 
 
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