Mercedes-Benz Cloud Platform Developer Hiring Challenge 2022 – Entry Level Software Developer To Architect.
Mercedes-Benz Research and Development India (MBRDI) – one of Mercedes-Benz Group AG’s largest development centers outside of Germany, employing over 6000 skilled engineers aside from being an integral part of all business units and brands of Mercedes-Benz worldwide, is looking for talented technical professionals with proven experience in developing cloud-native microservices using Java, Kotlin or GoLang.
Position Titles – Software Development Engineer/Senior Engineer/ Technical Lead/ Architect
Experience – 1-10 years Experience
Salary – Best in Industry
Location – Bangalore
Tech Stack: Java, Python, Golang, SpringBoot
We are looking for a talented technical professional with proven experience in designing, developing and delivering large-scale distributed systems. This is a unique opportunity to understand the evolving field of Connected Cars and how it solves real-world problems by leveraging advanced technology platforms in this new age of IoT, AI and DevOps to build the next generation of Connected Car Functions.
Education & Training
- Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science/Electronics & Communication/Electrical Engineering or in a relevant stream
- Relevant training & Certification in areas of Cloud computing from Microsoft, AWS, Google Cloud
- Relevant training & Certification in Scrum Agile Practices, DevOps, Scaled Agile Frameworks
- 1 Infra-based File Upload Question
- 20 MCQs
Cracking the challenge could offer you the chance to directly impact the customer experience and build micro services that drive connected functions in the Mercedes-Benz cars. Get to work on the cutting-edge IoT cloud platform built on Azure, enabling a connected car experience for more than 10 million Mercedes-Benz customers worldwide.
How to Apply :
The interested can apply and attempt the Challenge on following registration link. Last date of MBRDI is 16 October 2022.
Mercedes-Benzes Cloud Developer Challenge Link : Click Here