Software Engineer (m/f/d)

// About this job

  • Job type: Student employee / Full-time
  • Experience level: Junior, Mid-Level, Senior
  • Role: Software Engineer
  • Industry: Computer Vision, Embedded Systems, Deep Neural Networks

// Your qualification

  • Good experience with at least one of: Go/C/C++
  • Good experience with Git, Linux and Docker
  • Solid English skills in both speaking and writing

// Your mentality and motivation

  • Ability to work independently but also convince as a team player
  • You favor open communication, constant feedback and short decision paths
  • You have a “never-stop-learning” attitude and a desire to develop and grow

// Why you should work with us

  • We offer interesting programming and software engineering challenges demanding efficient & performance-oriented solutions.
  • From firmwares and a custom Linux-based operating system to servers and UIs, we write a lot of stuff in-house. You will be able to try different fields and work on different projects and products.
  • Flat hierarchies and a minimum of bureaucracy
  • An interesting tech stack that is a mix of well-established and state-of-the-art technologies
  • A familiar and friendly atmosphere and awesome coworkers

// What we offer

  • Fair salary structure
  • Company laptop & company cell phone
  • Monthly €50 tax-free benefit in kind (fuel voucher, fitness, Germany ticket, etc.)

Join our Wahtari Team!

// About Wahtari GmbH

Wahtari is a leading company in the area of Quality Management using computer vision with deep neural networks and traditional imaging techniques & algorithms. Contrary to many other companies in this market segment, we also create our own Hardware. Together with performance and security focused Software, we are able to offer fully integrated solutions and products to our customers, enabling them to move their production into an „Industry 4.0“era.
Our nLine cable inspection solution is a great example for this strategy. It analyzes 500+ frames per second using deep neural networks and other tools, squeezing the last bit of resources out of the Hardware.