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Lead Software Engineer — C++ (Remote or Pittsburgh)

Seegrid is embracing a remote workforce, so this position can be remotely located anywhere in the US or at HQ in Pittsburgh, PA. 

Seegrid is the leading provider of mobile industrial automation solutions for materials handling with over three million production miles driven in some of the world’s biggest companies. We combine vision-guided industrial vehicles, fleet management, and enterprise intelligence data into a platform that empowers our customers to automate and optimize material flow.  

We put these autonomous vehicles to work today with an emphasis on safety, reliability, and flexibility. We are passionate about making our customers successful in deploying end-to-end automation solutions and foster a culture of collaboration, active and open communication, integrity, and respect. The challenges before us are great, but we are a high-performance team driven to change how the world does logistics.

As a Lead Software Engineer on the vehicle software team, you will work closely with product management, hardware, software, and customer experience to conceive, design, implement and maintain new products and features in our portfolio of self-driving vehicles.  You will lead cross-functional development teams to conceive, design, and implement new features, maintain existing code and debug the complex, multi-factored issues that arise when robots, humans, and the unconstrained real-world interact.  This position is a key part of our engineering organization, so you must be able to communicate clearly with individuals from different backgrounds as your work progresses from design through coding and testing all the way to final delivery.

We are seeking candidates with a curiosity for what could be and the drive to realize it.  You will ideally have experience in coding C++ using modern software development practices, the Linux operating system, and, most importantly, delivering products to the market.  We are scaling our organization rapidly, so have many roles available for C++ developers across several areas in our embedded vehicle software.  In the Lead Software Engineer role you will lead a feature or component team through the full software development cycle to realize production-ready functionality and deploy it to real customers today. 

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Develop products and features that get put to work to help improve the world's biggest companies today
  • Collaborate with cross-functional teams including product management, customer experience, engineering, and sales to design products with market impact
  • Drive the technical design and execution of small to medium-sized projects
  • Design, build and maintain efficient, reliable, and reusable C++ code
  • Take on a leadership role within the software team and mentor junior engineers
  • Work closely with Seegrid's other software teams on platform-level features

REQUIREMENTS & EXPERIENCE

  • Bachelor's or Master's Degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Robotics, or related field
  • 5+ years of industry experience of deploying real solutions to the market
  • Experience leading a team of developers to deliver product to market
  • Strong software engineering knowledge and demonstrated expertise in C++
  • Strong practical knowledge of modern software development practices
  • Demonstrated proficiency in writing maintainable, testable, and scalable code, identifying defects, and devising solutions
  • Experience developing in a Linux environment
  • Ability to work in a highly collaborative and dynamic environment across a broad range of engineering disciplines

 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status.

Seegrid is an equal opportunity employer Minorities/Females/People with Disabilities/Protected Veterans/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity.

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