Software Build Engineer
Rocket Lab is a vertically integrated provider of small launch services, satellites, and spacecraft components. Our mission is to open access to space to improve life on Earth. Our team is over 1,500 people strong and we’re adding to it every week. Collaboration is at our core – every idea is heard, and everyone makes a difference. Teams are nimble, decisions are made quickly, and we are action oriented.While other companies talk about it, we do it!
About the role
Launching a rocket and operating satellites requires a symphony of multiple teams, multiple sites, and multiple complex systems working together towards mission success. Software drives every aspect of this, and Rocket Lab has a large number of complex software products.
Working with Rocket Lab’s GNC team the Software Build Engineer will be responsible for the continuous integration and deployment (automation of the building, testing, and distribution) of the avionics, ground systems and production software for Rocket Lab’s GNC Launch team.
Required Skills / Experience:
- Minimum of 3+ years' experience in a software development environment with major focus on build, continuous integration and deployment of software.
- Experience with embedded software development and associated tools.
- Linux and Windows system administration
- Experience with Redmine, Jira or other issue tracker
- Experience with Team City, Jenkins, GitLab CI, Travis CI, TFS CI or other build system.
- Experience with make, cmake, automake or other build tools
Desirable Skills / Experience:
- Docker or Kubernetes
- Experience with web and cloud software build and deployment
- Network security
- Project Management
- Chef, Puppet, Salt, Transform or other provisioning system
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