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Software Engineer/Developer (Robotics) - Home Based

Software Engineer/Developer (Robotics) - Home Based

Posted 12 March by Profile 29 Easy Apply Ended

Job; Software Engineer/Developer (Robotics) - Home Based

This is for an expanding company with big ideas. They are creators of a modular industrial robotics platform reconfigurable in-the-field to perform a wide range of missions using a variety of sensors and tools, different physical configurations, and various terrain-optimised traction systems.Their first-generation platforms have been used at CERN, National Physical Laboratory and in the nuclear clean-up at Chernobyl.

They are now embarking on the design & development of their next-generation software platform.Based around an open-source software stack, their plan is to give end-users even greater flexibility to augment and enhance their base platform with their own tools, sensors and software, as well as to leverage existing open-source projects and developer communities.

The Role;

They’re looking for a passionate hands-on and self-driven software developer with demonstrable open-source robotics experience to lead the development of their new software platform. As a member of their engineering team, you’ll be involved in full life-cycle of software development, from architectural design and planning, through to delivery or well-designed, testable and efficient code.

Responsibilities;

  • Propose and validate initial architectural designs
  • Execute full software development life cycle
  • Collaborate on flow charts, layouts and documentation to clarify requirements & solutions
  • Write well-designed, testable code
  • Produce specifications and determine operational feasibility
  • Integrate software components into a fully functional software system
  • Develop automated software test plans and quality assurance procedures
  • Document and maintain software functionality
  • Troubleshoot, debug and upgrade existing systems

Critical Skills & Experience;

  • Proven work experience as a Software Engineer/Developer, with evidence of work in robotics.
  • High proficiency in Python and C++.
  • Proficiency and demonstrable experience in using Robotics Operating System (ROS).
  • Good understanding and proven experience in key robotics areas: Motion planning, SLAM, Manipulators (FK, IK, Robot arms), wheel/drive control, Autonomous Intelligent Systems.
  • Understanding of Networked Systems and protocols (TCP/IP, UDP for ROS), low level protocols desirable (Ethercat, CAN).
  • Proficiency in Git.
  • Experience with Unix systems, specifically for robotics or low-latency applications.
  • BSc degree in Computer Science, Robotics, Engineering or another relevant field.

Highly desirable;

  • Experience using agile workflow and Jira, Confluence project management tools.
  • Experience with products such as Maxon motors, Kinova arms, XSense IMUs, Hokuyo Lidars, SLAM libraries like Octomap, icp-slam, openSlam.
  • Experience in with robotics projects, simulators (Gazebo), deploying code on hardware.

Other Stuff;

  • £’s; fully DoE up to approx. £50k (neg.) + benefits,
  • Location; can be based from home /remotely, ideally able to visit the M3 corridor / London area as/when required.
  • Interested? Please send CV (preferably as a Word doc as opposed to PDF),
  • Not for you but you know someone suitable? -Profile 29 can pay a referral fee,
  • Please only apply if you are already eligible to work in the UK (indefinitely & without sponsorship),

Profile 29 recruitment keywords; Robotics Engineering Software Engineer Developer Python C++ Robotics Operating System ROS Motion planning SLAM, Manipulators FK IK Robot arms control Autonomous Intelligent Systems Networked Systems protocols TCP/IP UDP ROS low level Ethercat CAN Git Unix low-latency Agile workflow Jira Confluence project management Maxon motors Kinova, XSense IMUs Hokuyo Lidars SLAM Octomap icp-slam openSlam Gazebo London Marlow home based remote

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