Tyler Azevedo has the best of worst situations: Multiple open positions for a brand-new embedded software team he is building from the ground up. He’s ready to get to work, and just needs the right people.
“We’re transitioning our entire software stack to the embedded space, which includes a real time operating system and swapping out middleware. And my team, this new team, is going to be enabling all of the rest of the autonomy teams to do the migration,” says Tyler, Engineering Manager and Product Owner – Embedded Autonomy, based in Torc’s Blacksburg office.
Torc has two embedded software engineer positions open, Tyler is looking for a range of seniority and experience for these roles. “I need people who are self-starters, and have a lot of initiative. Or just really hungry people that want to go up there and really shape this market from an embedded perspective. They can help define this technology for how we move it over and they can help at an architectural level. They can help digging into the code directly,” says Tyler. “They’re going to be a large part of the drive. I need hungry people that want to get in here and really shape the market.”