Sr. Software Video Engineer
Santa Clara Area, CA
Our client offers an environment that enables colleagues to demonstrate their capabilities, focus on their work and create value. You will be encouraged to take a creative and individual approach to challenges with strong emphasis placed on performance and skill and equal, merit-based opportunities across the board. We are seeking someone with broad background knowledge of software technology who is able to work on multiple disparate projects.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Use knowledge of image, video, and signal processing to develop solutions to problems in the automotive space, in particular, object detection and classification. Prototype and implement algorithms in software. Build proof-of-concept demonstration systems to show how new technologies might be used. Evaluate new technology to determine its capabilities and performance. Lead by example to set a high-standard for developers. Mentor members of the team. Perform code-reviews of relevant code changes. Work closely with product managers, user experience experts and quality engineers to prototype products that our customers will love. Resolve complex technical issues and drive innovation in our products
BS in Engineering or Computer Science or equivalent experience with a minimum of 8 years experience, MS + 6 years experience, or PhD + 3 years, preferred. Comprehensive knowledge and experience in image and video processing, digital signal processing, computer vision, and deep learning. Experience with some of: OpenCV, MATLAB, Octave, Caffe, TensorFlow, MXNet, or Theano. Programming skills in C/C++, MATLAB, or Python, or other relevant languages. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Ability to communicate and work with geographically disparate and culturally diverse teams. Excellent analytical and problem solving skills. Ability to learn quickly and deliver good quality code in a fast-paced, dynamic team environment. Previous experience in the automotive software field is a plus. Some domestic and/or international travel may be required (< 20%)