[robotics-worldwide] [jobs] Robotics Engineer 2 years for a humanoid robot development

金広文男 f-kanehiro at aist.go.jp
Wed Jul 19 17:11:50 PDT 2017

Engineer staff in Robotics Opening

We are opening a 2-years position for a robotic engineer to work on:
   1. The development and maintenance of software for humanoid robots,
   2. The testing of software on the real robots,

The engineer will be in charge of the following tasks:
   -  Maintaining the control software, so that the actual robots are always
      up-to-date and the software can work readily on the robot,
   -  Performing hardware upgrade when new options are available (new
       embedded GPU, low-cost RGBD cameras, tactile sensors, and more generally
       perception sensors),
   -  Consulting with the research team to build and settle experimental
   -  Enforcing the security rules for real experimentations.

   -  Very good skills in programming and integration in C++ and python,
   -  Good knowledge of development tool-chain and of development management
       tools (git, cmake, continuous integration, etc.)
   -  Knowledge of classical robotics middleware (e.g. ROS) and real-time
   -  Good oral and written level in English, especially in technical English,
   -  Knowledge in robotics.

Employment duration:
The contract needs to be renewed annually. The renewal is up to March 31st 2019.

Working Hour:
from Monday to Friday, 7hours and 45minutes per day
(9:00-17:45 including one hour break)

Saturday, Sunday and national holidays

Working Place:
Humanoid Research Group, Intelligent Systems Research Institute, AIST
AIST Central 1, 1-1-1 Umezono, 305-8560, Tsukuba, Japan

from 950 to 3,000 Japanese Yen/hour depending on the experience.
Income tax and social insurance premium are deducted from the salary.

Starting date of employment:

Send your CV and motivation letter to
Fumio Kanehiro, AIST-IS Humanoid Research Group, Tsukuba, Japan
f-kanehiro at aist.go.jp
An interview will be conducted for each profile fitting the requirement.

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