Software Engineering Manager, Integration and Release – Autonomo

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Job Description:You can apply to the job with this email address: tech_lead_manager__software_integration_and_release_0977924b2us@ivy.greenhouse.ioCompany OverviewCome join a higher calling and find a deeper purpose! As a multi-national Artificial Intelligence Technology Company, we are at the epicenter of the Autonomous Vehicle Universe. Our breakthroughs are leading the industry in autonomous trucking. While inventing the framework of Autonomous Driving, our current fleet of autonomous Trucks are helping communities receive much-needed supplies and medical equipment around the clock. Our people are some of the most talented engineers and contributors who are leaving behind a historic legacy. TuSimple was founded half a decade ago with the goal of bringing the top minds in the world together to achieve the dream of a driverless truck solution. With a foundation in computer vision, algorithms, mapping, and Artificial Intelligence, TuSimple is working to create the first global commercially viable Autonomous Freight Network. Opportunity Overview Software integration and release plays an important role in developing our fast-growing and complex autonomous driving technology. In this role, you will have the opportunity to work with various teams ranging from algorithm development to vehicle testing and operations. You will lead a development team to continuously improve our integration platform/tools, work with other teams to improve our integration and release processes, and monitor the integration operations closely to achieve maximum accuracy and efficiency.ResponsibilitiesLead a team to continuously improve efficiency and robustness of overall software integration, build and release. Build up roadmaps for improvements on integration platforms/tools (packaging system, build system, etc), track the development and scale up the team to support it.Work with stakeholders from development teams and coordinate their activities to meet release timeline. Track integration progress and results from testings, analyze release blockers, and deliver software release at a planned cadence.Continuously monitor the efficiency of existing integration processes, identify and produce improvement plans on development workflow, branch management, package releases and dependency resolving.QualificationsSeasoned software integration and release engineer/manager with 5+ years of experience in large, complex productsExperience with software process improvement and enforcementSolid understanding and experience with version control systems, e.g. git, and CI/CD tools, e.g. Jenkins, and testing automation.Experience with large C++ projects in the Linux environment, familiar with Bazel and modern Cmake.Excellent communication skills.Proven record of technical management.TuSimple Benefits100% employer-paid healthcare premiums for you and your familyWork visa sponsorship availableRelocation assistance availableBreakfast, lunch, and dinner served every dayFull kitchens on every floor with unlimited snacks, drinks, special treats, fruits, meals, and moreStock options / equityGym membership reimbursementMonthly team building budgetLearning/education budget Employer-paid life insuranceEmployer-paid long and short disabilityTuSimple is an Equal Opportunity Employer. This company does not discriminate in employment and personnel practices on the basis of race, sex, age, handicap, religion, national origin, or any other basis prohibited by applicable law. Hiring, transferring and promotion practices are performed without regard to the above-listed items.You can apply to the job with this email address: tech_lead_manager__software_integration_and_release_0977924b2us@ivy.greenhouse.ioBrown University, California Institute of Technology, Carnegie Mellon University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Dartmouth College, Duke University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Harvard University, Harvey Mudd College, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, North Carolina State University, Northwestern University, Princeton University, Purdue University, Rice University, Rose – Hulman Institute of Technology, Stanford University, Tufts University, University of California — Berkeley, University of California — Los Angeles, University of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign, University of Maryland–College Park, University of Massachusetts–Amherst, University of Michigan–Ann Arbor, University of Notre Dame, University of Pennsylvania, University of Southern California, University of Texas Austin, University of Washington, University of Wisconsin–Madison, Williams College, Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), Yale University, MIT, CMU, Waymo, Uber, Facebook, Uber, Amazon, Cruise, Tesla, Argo AI, Baidu, DIDI, Zoox, Nutonomy, Nuro, Aptiv, Pony.Ai, Kodiak, Toyota, Nissan, GM, Ford, VW, Autonomous Car, Autonomous Driving, Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Deep learning, Perception, Prediction, Planning, Control, Anduril Industries, Sift, Nauto, Tempus, Salesforce, Automation Anywhere, SenSat, Phrasee, Defined Crowd, Pymetrics,Siemens, Socure, AEye, Rev.com, Suki.ai, Verkada, DataVisor, People.ai, AlphaSense, Icertis, Casetext, Blue River Tech, Nvidia, Bright Machines, Orbital Insight, Brighterion, H2O, Intel, Clarifa, X.ai, Zebra Medical Vision, Iris AI, Freenome, Neurala, Akamai, Zoho, ServiceNow, SalesForce, Oracle, Tableau,Splunk,Cvent, Veeam,Atlassian, DocuSign, Dropbox, Veeva Systems, Proofpoint, Cornerstone, Qualtrics. New Relic, Okta, Intralinks, MuleSoft, Freshworks, Slack, Twilio, Anaplan, Stripe, Workfront, Smartsheet, Zuora, OutSystems, Coupa, Cylance, Elastic, Zoom, SailPoint, BlackLine, iCIMS, Digitate, Qualys, Kareo, DataStax, DiscoverOrg, Siteimprove, Druva, Centrify, Looker, SimilarWeb, Odoo, Kyriba, Sumo Logic, Sisense, PagerDuty, DigitalOcean, Liquid Web, Zaloni, Databricks, ServiceTitan, Fastly, SnapLogic, Mendix, Couchbase, Egnyte, Seismic, Bill.com, Justworks, Collibra, ActiveCampaign, Schoology, SalesLoft, Cylynt, Job ID: 5096469
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