Cruise Automation3,610 positions
Our People team develops and supports the Cruise family: individuals who are doing the best work of their careers and shaping the future.
If you're interested in being part of a team that is driving for a self-driving product launch, Cruis is the right place for you.
About the Role Cruise is looking for a reliability engineering Intern to help us analyzing large amount of data from our ever growing fleet.
Be part of a small, highly visible team at Cruise working on special projects that look at opportunities to broaden the utility of the Origin Platform
Cruise is looking for an electrical engineering intern to help us develop and test compute and network hardware to be used in our autonomous driving system.
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