Senior Software Engineer

Thrive Bioscience, Inc.
Job Location
11 Audubon Road
Wakefield, MA 01880

Thrive Bioscience offers a competitive benefits package and a fast-paced, stimulating work environment. 

Job Description

We are looking for an experienced embedded software developer to join our engineering team. You will be part of a team that is integrating a wide range of technologies including robotics, distributed processing, user interface, fluidics, environmental control, microscopy, machine learning and image processing to develop an expanding family of instruments.


Required Skills

A bachelor's degree or higher in Computer Science or Engineering

5+ years experience w/ system or embedded SW design, development & testing

Strong knowledge of modern C++ including C++11/14, multithreading, Python, Linux, Git

Desirable Skills

Experience with robotics, motion control, fluid handling, cameras, and sensors

Experience with message-oriented systems (RabbitMQ) and vision systems (OpenCV)

Interface design experience with one or more of the following; RS232, RS485, I2C, and CAN preferred

Experience working in an Agile development environment using Atlassian tools (Jira) a plus

How to Apply

Qualified candidates please respond to  We are talking to principals only at this time.  Thrive Bioscience is an equal opportunity employer.

About Our Organization

Thrive Bioscience is building the machines that make stem cells. As scientists get closer to using stem cells in humans, there is an ever increasing need to automate the process of making, modifying and growing stem cells. Thrive's mission is to deliver that automation.

Thrive's instruments involve robotics, image processing, fluid handling, refrigeration / heating and centrifugation. These are complicated devices that manipulate living cells.

Thrive's founders, management and board each have decades of experience building and growing successful, technologically innovative companies. We work with world-class scientists at leading institutions to develop the instruments and software they need to push their research forward.

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