We build automotive software that improves the driving experience. But before our products hit the road, the majority of the work our engineers do is in prototyping. As a Drivemode engineer, you’ll be taking product ideas and turning them into features through a lot of experimentation and extensive testing.
We don’t tell our engineers how to build a feature, just what that feature needs to do. Armed with rough ideas, we ask our engineers to simply go and try. Try different approaches, take a product in different directions, see what you can do.
As the people who know the system the best, we trust our engineers to have opinions, make suggestions, and explore. Unlike traditional engineering teams where you are given well-defined tasks, Drivemode engineers will grow and adapt as products develop through a collaborative approach.
The role of a Drivemode engineer is often cross-functional and constantly evolving to meet the needs of our projects. An iOS engineer may take a turn in hardware prototyping or a server engineer may jump into the app’s code base. We want our team to be fulfilled in the work they are doing so we encourage our engineers to grow with their interests and learn new skills.
In our work with Honda, our team utilizes cutting-edge tools and explores emerging technologies, so we must be pioneers. We thrive in uncertainty, with projects sometimes changing dramatically from month to month. We have ever-expanding access to more vehicles, more features, and more drivers using what we build.
If this sounds exciting to you, we hope you’ll join us.
We’re a diverse group of hardcore food critics and amateur chefs. And the Brazilian bbq’s we throw down are worth joining the team for. Forks out?