The Bosch Center for Artificial Intelligence provides services in AI technologies to Bosch’s business units and plants. Artificial intelligence technologies are impacting Bosch’s products and services in many domains: manufacturing, predictive maintenance, vehicle diagnostics, supply chain, large-scale simulations, etc. Our team is responsible for streaming Bosch data to centralized analytics platforms and building data-based services for a wide variety of Bosch engineering and research teams. We are looking for a talented engineer who is passionate about building fault-tolerant data services and analytics tools. Your work will be used by hundreds of Bosch engineers and have global impact by improving the quality and value of Bosch products.
• Manage, organize, and test fault-tolerant data pipelines that integrate large amounts of data from many diverse storage systems.
• Drive the release cycle of our internal data products, utilizing automation to ensure high quality code and accelerate the pace of development
• Collaborate with data scientists and engineers to deploy new machine learning and deep learning models into complex and mission critical production systems
• Select the right tool(s) for the job and make it work in production
• Promote a culture of self-serve data analytics by minimizing technical barriers to data access and understanding.
• Stay current with the latest research and technology and communicate your knowledge throughout the enterprise
• Up to 10% travel may be required
• MS in Computer Science
• 2+ years’ industry experience building automated tests for complex software systems
• Very strong Linux skills with a passion for automation
• Strong programming skills in a variety of languages (e.g. python, bash, java, scala)
• In depth understanding of relational database systems (e.g. Oracle, MySQL, MS SQLServer)
• Experience building and utilizing APIs in production environments
• Experience with various messaging systems, such as Kafka or RabbitMQ
• Experience with distributed computing frameworks (e.g. Hadoop, Spark)