Senior Software Engineer
Position: Software Engineer
Department: Vehicle Intelligence
Candidates must be available to work onsite
Reason for request: This is a new contractor (not a backfill) to provide additional support to the team
The MBRDNA Vehicle intelligence group is looking a new Senior Software Engineer for GPU and parallel computing.
location: Sunnyvale, California
job type: Contract
salary: $85 - 90 per hour
work hours: 8am to 5pm
This person's tasks will primarily focus on Software development, improvement and migration to NVIDIA GPUs.
Design, develop, test, deploy, maintain and improve software
Design and/or Implement test frameworks, best-in-class test tools and applications.
Develop and execute unit tests, scripts and applications as needed
Continually improve your craft by researching new test/validation methodologies
Define the end-to-end test strategy and collaborate with the team on test-case generation
REQUIRED Skills (Candidate NEED to fulfill all required skills, do not send resumes without this experience)
* Min. 4 years experience with NVIDIA CUDA development.
* Min. LAST 4 years of applicable software engineering experience in C++11 and above.
skills: Manager additional comments:
The person will work in developing a production level autonomous driving code on NVIDIA GPUs. There is no special autonomous driving skill necessary but a successful candidate needs to have current hands-on CUDA experience and should be experienced in C++ programming.
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