At Navdy, no role is small and every person plays a part in the development of our game changing technology. We work on the frontline of connected car innovation.
Our core software team has seen it all, from web programming, kernel hacking, mobile apps, to writing code on bare iron. Like the rest of our team, in one sprint, you might work on the plumbing of the iOS app. In the next sprint, you might work on the plumbing of our Android app, then switch over to our web infrastructure, then tweak our gesture recognition system.
What we are looking for:
- 5+ years experience in C
- 5+ years experience in web environments
- 5+ years experience in mobile programming
- Some experience with C, C++ or Java
- Mobile programming with Android (and iOS is a plus)
- Web development experience preferred but not necessary
- Working understanding of Objective C, SQL, Python
Why you want to work at Navdy:
We are hardware geeks, scientists, engineers and designers. We are makers. We are driven. We are Navdy.
Navdy, the only Pre-IPO voted “Top 10 Most Innovative Company 2015 – Automotive” by Fast Company, is creating a Head-Up Display (HUD) that enables a better way to use your apps in the car. Featuring integrated navigation, communication, and trip information floating seamlessly in front of you, Navdy delivers a distraction free driving experience for the modern driver.
We have all the perks you would expect from a great start up: an amazing office space, a smart multidisciplinary team, a flexible workplace, plenty of food in the kitchen, and venture money in the bank.
Obviously: medical, dental, vision, and PTO, great salary, bonus and options. Navdy is based in SOMA in San Francisco, a few blocks from Caltrain.
Navdy will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest or conviction records in a manner consistent with the requirements of the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance.
To apply for this job please visit www.navdy.com.
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