Designing, implementing and maintaining highly advanced software tool-sets which are used to test digital geographic databases. The geographic databases will be used in worldwide navigation products of market leading customers like VW, BMW and Daimler.
Project leader and SW architect (technically).
The activities will take place within the ‘Data Delivery Service’ (DDS) department which develops all tools to process the datasets of the various digital geographic map data providers. This is a team of over 40 software engineers who work on a suite of highly advanced software tools. The software tools are used by the ‘Production & Operations’ department to create the products for our customers. Products include maps for embedded navigation systems, ADAS maps and maps that are used for autonomous driving.
The work environment is Linux based, making use of open source tooling as much as possible.
The DDS activities comprise the development of software that is used to convert digital geographic data to Mapscape’s internal database format dHive. Other software is developed to extract various output formats from dHive. The input data can originate from local suppliers in one country, or from global parties such as HERE Technologies or TomTom Licensing. Besides creating data conversion software, the ‘Test Tools’ project team of the DDS department develops visualisation and verification tooling which is crucial in order to ensure the development and creation of the high quality and reliable navigation products for our customers.
Within the ‘Test Tools’-project team you will be working on wide variety of test and validation tools which are required during data conversion tool development activities and during production. Besides developing, documenting and testing your own code, reviewing the work of colleagues and problem solving also belong to your responsibilities. You like to work as part of a self-organizing Scrum team.
We look for an enthusiastic and motivated colleague with 7+ years relevant work experience.
A competitive salary (based on a 40-hour week), consistent with your level of education and experience
An initial one-year contract with the prospect of an indefinite contract
One extra month’s salary per year (‘13th month’), plus 8% holiday allowance annually
25 vacation days, 5 compensation days
Flexible working hours
Extensive training opportunities
Pension and health insurance scheme
A fast moving, innovative and international diverse working environment
If you feel you fit the description and you are interested in working within a fast growing, international and innovative organisation with a solid customer base, then please apply! You can expect a challenging job with a market conforming employment package.