We are Scewo, an ETH spin-off working on the wheelchair of the future. Our wheelchair climbs stairs but is agile like a segway on flat ground. Our mission is to give handicapped people a complete barrier free experience and allow them to go wherever they want.
In summer 2018 we will deliver our first product which will be available to the public in the National Museum in Zurich and your code will be running on this version.
If you are an inspired and motivated back-end engineer who cares and thinks as much about the customer experience as you do about technology and smart solutions, you are the person we are looking for. You will be working in a small team and facing new challenges to build up the core code of the Scewo mobility device.
We are currently using C++ together with Visual Studio to develop, debug and deploy the code directly wirelessly on our microprocessor.
You will take over the lead the software development of our device. Together with your team you will be responsible for bringing the prototype to a product. This includes developing a secure framework for state transitions and implementing new sensor systems to automate features such as collision avoidance or an advanced balancing algorithm.
What we offer
A young entrepreneurial team of engineers and designers with high work ethic
A beautiful and bright office space within 5 minutes of the train station
A small and enthusiastic team in which every person takes on the challenge to make the world a better place for those who are handicapped
We are a startup: This means you have a lot of freedom and individual responsibility
You will get a state of the art computer with as many monitors as you like :)
You can use our 3D printer for personal projects as much as you like
You will have flexible working times, there is free coffee in our lounge and our fridge is always full to refresh you with a cold drink, and once per month we offer a free pizza in our favourite restaurant :-)
Very Good C++ Knowledge
English & German speaking
Some experience with an embedded device (Arduino, Raspberry PI, PIC, … )