[robotics-worldwide] [jobs] ROS Software Developer - AMTC - Universidad de Chile - Santiago, Chile

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[robotics-worldwide] [jobs] ROS Software Developer - AMTC - Universidad de Chile - Santiago, Chile

Kenzo Lobos-Tsunekawa
The AMTC is the leading research Center in Chile in Technology Applied to
Mining. AMTC’s mission is to generate world-class multidisciplinary
research, transfer new technologies and advanced human form responding to
the challenges of mining to ensure the welfare and development of Chile and
the world.

Our research focus is mining vehicle automation. The main research topics
are: teleoperation and automation of mining machinery; development of
technologies that allow mapping and 3D modeling of tunnels, pits, and
mining environments; development of assisted driving systems; and
development and implementation of technologies related to sensorization,
data acquisition, modeling and decision making in real time in mining
environments.

We have an open position for a motivated and experienced software developer.

Responsibilities:

Work in a multi-disciplinary team of mechanical, electrical, and software
engineers in charge of building robotics and autonomous systems

Contribute to all aspects of the software development process: design,
implementation, and testing

Support field tests in mining sites

Requirements:
2+ years programming with C++ and Python on Linux
Experience working on a software team
Experience with ROS
Excellent knowledge of written and spoken English
Experience with version control (specifically GIT).
Excellent communication skills
BS degree in CS or related field

Preferred:
Experience with real-world robotic platforms
MS or Ph.D. degree in CS or related field
The initial contract is for six months with a possibility of extension.

Interested candidates should email a resume to Paul Vallejos (
[hidden email])
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