U-M's autonomous vehicle testing facility, Mcity, is hiring

University of Michigan's Mcity is searching for a data engineer
University of Michigan's Mcity is searching for a data engineer

ANN ARBOR, Mich. – To many in the tech world, the chance to work at a place like Mcity, University of Michigan's driverless car testing facility, is a dream. 

That dream could come true if you're a data engineer. This job posting went up a few days ago: 

"We are looking for a seasoned data engineer to work on all layers of the data architecture for Mcity.  If you enjoy building simple, intuitive data products for non-technical audiences, and have hands-on experience with multi-tenant, multi-terabyte production deployments, consider joining us."

Mcity is a leader in driverless vehicle development. Its partners include BMW, Ford, GM and Honda, to name a few. Its testing facility is state of the art and consists of a mock city and roadway system where autonomous vehicles can be tested in a series of different environments.


The Mcity testing facility on North Campus (Photo: University of Michigan)

The posting also mentions that the job allows quiet time for coding, analysis and query and is part of a small, personable team. The candidate, if hired, will meet with Mcity clients, and interact with the U-M research community on a regular basis.

Interested in the position? Apply here.

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