Senior Mobile Robotics Developer (m/f)

You are technically experienced in the fields of mobile robotics and project management, you are motivated to implement innovative ideas and are seeking for a new professional challenge? As international supplier of fully automated material handling solutions TGW is one of the global players in intralogistics. Thanks to our continuous growth and in order to strengthen our existing teams we are looking for creative people with team spirit who are willing to assume the overall responsibility for projects in the area of mobile robotics.

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TASKS

  • Realisation of potential analysis in mobile robotics

  • Overall project management (incl. requirements engineering, selection of suppliers, etc.)

  • Main responsibility for software programming, independently carrying out programming tasks (approx. 60 %)

  • Contact person and support for prototype construction

  • On-site support and monitoring of pilot projects

Anforderung

REQUIREMENTS

  • Successfully completed university education in Robotics, Information Technology or similar

  • Research or job experience in the field of Mobile Robotics, industrial background required

  • Good knowledge of programming language (ROS, C++) required, know-how of Python desirable

  • Delight in challenging, innovative development tasks and in finding solutions

  • Good command of English, willingness to travel abroad (approx.15% of working time)

Wir bieten

WE OFFER

The minimum annual gross pay for this position is 40,137 Euros according to the collective agreement. A possible overpay depends on your individual job experience and qualification.
 
Furthermore, we offer the safety of a privately owned company, flexible working hours and a cooperative working environment with attractive benefits.  

Use your know-how and skills for an exciting job and start your career in a diversified field of responsibility in an international network for automated logistics technology.  

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