We are in an exciting time as innovators throughout the industrialized world move rapidly to develop the technologies that will transport people and goods with autonomous vehicles through the air, land, and sea. Autonodyne focuses on the navigation of those autonomous vehicles and the tasks they need to perform to be fully autonomous. Our goal is to be in the vanguard of those companies leading in the research and development of those technologies. With a business model that focuses primarily on software solutions that enable dissimilar autonomous vehicles to perform tasks individually or as a team, we are poised to take a leadership role in this emerging field. The right talent, paired with an exciting and dynamic work environment, allows us to achieve our goals while making an equally rewarding experience for Autonodyne team members.
We are small, but we are trying to change the world. We think it is critically important to safeguard freedom throughout the world, and our DoD-sponsored work is designed to do just that. Equally important, we feel compelled to help mankind and the natural world, and we are passionate about using technology to make this world a better place for all of its inhabitants. If we can use machines to perform the classic “dull, dirty, and dangerous” jobs, then let’s do so. If we can use machines and technology to create entirely new use cases previously unthought of, or believed to be impossible to accomplish, then, yeah, let’s do so!
Autonodyne offers a competitive blend of benefits for our employees, so they can balance work life with home life. As hard as 2020 and COVID-19 has been on so many people, we have been able to quickly adapt to off-site work and have enhanced our collaboration tools to find equilibrium between being both safe and productive. Some of our benefits:
* Subject to financial conditions.
We are great minds with specialized technical skills working closely together to establish an industry leadership role.
That statement best characterizes the members of the Autonodyne team, the A-Team. Our small workgroup is divided into teams along product and functional lines. However, these lines often overlap as members blend into other teams collaborating to solve technical challenges and work together to meet deadlines. Our small size is a competitive advantage over larger companies. This quality makes us nimble and effective.
Each unique member of the A-Team brings a special. (DRAFT COPY)
Hazel ‘Peabody’ Jacobson
Alma Mater: Home-schooled by Steve “Jake” Jacobson.
Focus: Computer Science — Artificial Intelligence; Minor: Data Science.
Company role: Productivity guard dog, performs a sentinel role from a padded workstation, provides comfort to staffers as needed.
Likes: Long walks on the beach, sticking her pads in cool beach sand, helping workers clean up after eating, chilling after a hard day of chilling.
Dislikes: Intense personalities, any activity that makes her sweat, marathon walks.
Favorite quote or saying
“You can learn a lot about a person by looking into their eyes.”
Autonodyne’s Engineering department is currently growing to expand our capabilities. We are limited to hiring US Citizens only. Click on the job opening from the listing to get detailed information on each job and directions on how to apply. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Even if you do not see an open job listing, send us your information! We’re always looking for top talent.
The various full-time technical jobs, including internships, found at Autonodyne. The roles appear in proportion to our staffing levels. Based on our needs, we may recruit to fill unique or special need roles. This may not be shown in the diagram.
As a Carnegie Mellon student in 2018, Shrutika interned as a software engineer for Autonodyne. She now works fulltime and is responsible for creating innovative autonomy software.
Paid internships are available to outstanding students pursuing careers in the computer science and autonomy industries. Interns work along with Autonodyne staff on a variety of assignments, receive mentorship and quickly gain experience. Applications are on a rolling basis. For inquiries, please email email@example.com.
“Building Autonodyne’s first prototype of COP-in-a-box, a portable Common Operating Picture, was great experience.”
- Emer D., electrical engineering intern
Autonodyne's corporate headquarters is located on the first floor of the 320 Congress Building at the corner of Congress and Sleeper Streets. It is one street east of Boston Children’s Museum.
Our corporate headquarters is an 8-minute walk to South Station, conveniently connecting our employees to home or our customers back to work. South Station provides access to the Red and Silver Lines and Commuter Rail. Our site is also easily accessible if you are driving there. If you are just visiting, after your visit, we are only few minutes’ walk from a variety of great eating and drinking places, and cultural activities.