Work at PolySync
We help bring self-driving vehicles to the road, safely.
Our products accelerate the development, testing, and certification of safe driverless vehicles. We work with companies around the world and across the autonomous vehicle ecosystem, from start-ups to established industry leaders. Integrators, developers, government agencies, and universities rely on PolySync to help make their self-driving vehicles a reality.
We do our best work so our customers can do their best work. You’ll find yourself among a group of passionate, dedicated industry pros. Engineers and designers. Strategists and dreamers. Builders and doers. Each making a difference with independent contributions in a collaborative environment. Because we believe that a safer, self-driving future is one worth building together.
Our business is growing fast. And so is our team.
the middle of everywhere
PolySync's main office is conveniently located in inner-southeast Portland, near some of Portland's best microbreweries and restaurants. Abundant on-street parking is available, and (until self-driving cars are more common) our indoor bike rack, close proximity to popular bus routes, and affordable nearby apartments allow you to choose your own commute.
Employees enjoy access to PolySync’s shop area – including our 10,000 pound lift – for personal projects, or basic work on their own vehicles.
All employees receive access to PolySync’s excellent medical, dental, and vision benefits provided through BlueCross Blue Shield, as well as a 401k program, and equity-based incentives.
space to do your best work
Although we are an open-office environment, our 10,000 square foot facility is being upgraded to include dedicated R&D spaces and fabrication equipment, as well as multiple communal and isolated quiet areas so can choose the right space for you to do your best work.
humane technical interview process
PolySync's technical interview process is intended to allow us to understand how you think about solving problems. We will talk through your previous experiences, and attempt to solve a hypothetical or real-world problem together.
You may choose to leverage "whiteboard coding" or other tools as a means to express yourself; however, they are not required. We do not expect rote memorization of syntax, algorithms, etc.; being able to find information you need and act upon it is our primary focus.