Critical TechWorks company, a joint venture by BMW and Portuguese company Critical Software, is hiring. Over 400 job opportunities, especially C++ engineers. Less than three years ago, trend setter and world class automobile engineering, aka BMW has chosen Porto to reach its next milestone: building the car of the future, jointly with Critical Software, by developing and producing a pioneer software that will be used in the BMW automobile fleet.
The company had an annual turnover of 57 million euros in 2020 and wants to hire more employees and set them to success.
“Those who embrace this challenge, have to come ready to not only design innovative and disruptive solutions, but also to define market standards that will surely set out a new driving paradigm. We know this is a long process, with progresses and setbacks that are only natural in an area that is constantly evolving", highlights Luís Cruz, technical director of Critical TechWorks, in a press release.
Critical TechWorks, which is based in the city of Porto, at the Edifício dos Correios, next to Porto City Hall, has delivered over 54 projects to its German manufacturer, namely the new BMW and Mini applications. For this new project, which requires the development of technologies that will improve the communication between the vehicle, the drivers and infrastructure, the company is hiring for its headquarters in Porto and in Lisbon, junior and senior engineers that are passionate about “technology and the automotive world, analytical and critical thinking skills and a desire to learn more, as well as resilience and readiness to grasp challenges in an futuristic feel that is constantly growing”, furthers Luís Cruz.
By the end of the year, “and according to new projects that have been set”, Critical TechWorks expects to have circa 1400 collaborators.