Company: May Mobility
May Mobility, Inc. is an autonomous vehicle startup located in Ann Arbor, Michigan that deploys fleets of driverless vehicles for enterprise and municipal customers.
Launched in 2017 with a strong team of experienced roboticists and software engineers with decades of experience fielding robotic systems in the wild, May Mobility is looking to expand its team with software engineers with demonstrated experience writing software for complex systems.
May Mobility is looking for a DevOps Engineer to support the product development team with tools and utilities for efficient development. Specifically, the DevOps will have the following responsibilities:
- Maintain and improve the a high-reliability, scaleable code repository and CI infrastructure
- Implement tools for cloud-based regression testing
- Develop utilities for code deployment as well as log analysis and backup
- Perform sysadmin duties for local and remote servers
- Ensure robust data management, including both day-to-day use and disaster recovery contingencies
- Document systems, pipelines, and workflows
- Work with management and engineers to identify tools and best practices for increased efficiency, scalability, and reliability across the IT spectrum
A qualified candidate will have superb software development skills, with significant programming experience in C and Bash script, as well as expertise with software development in a Linux environment and familiarity with standard development tools such as git, valgrind, and gdb. This position requires technical mastery of algorithms, complexity, and data structures, as well as the ability to work individually and in teams, including code documentation, maintenance, testing, and review. A good candidate will be comfortable in a scrum/agile development environment. Prior experience with machine learning, robotics, or computer vision is a plus. An ideal applicant will have a Bachelors or Masters in Computer Science, or Computer Engineering, and 3+ years industry experience in DevOps or software development.
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