Software Developer (m/f/d) Testing / Android / C++ / Startup

  • The automotive industry is facing a fundamental shift. Autonomous cars, constant connectivity and augmented transport are the new reality for mobility. We build a full-stack automotive voice assistance platform. Entirely customizable, tested and ready for production. Our clients leverage our deep domain knowledge and bypass lengthy development cycles to build groundbreaking voice products and futureproof their brands. We make driving safer and smarter, a journey which started with the world’s first in-car voice assistant. Join us and make your voice heard.

    Your Responsibilities

    • You work with industry leaders from the speech and car industry, to define and implement the voice control interfaces for the car's infotainment system
    • You analyze customer requirements
    • You implement a speech dialog interface and define adaptations of speech framework
    • You improve natural language understanding
    • You optimize performance, test and document

    Your Profile

    • You have strong C++ skills and are proficient in English
    • You are experienced with modern development practices (git, CI, unit tests, scrum)
    • You have experience with mobile / embedded systems (e.g. embedded Linux, Android)
    • You have a degree in computer science or similar experience
    • You ideally have experience with Python, speech recognition, cloud technologies and have basic German skills

    Our Offer

    • Insights into one of the most in-demand tech ecosystems: connected cars / AI
    • The opportunity to learn from experienced founders and digital product leaders
    • A fast-paced, well-funded, stable startup in the heart of Berlin
    • A diverse team with coworkers from all over the world and team events that are actually fun
    • Flexible working hours and an environment of personal responsibility and industry impact

    Interested? We are looking forward to your application via Campusjäger!

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