About this Program
The Engineering Development Group (EDG) is a technical and leadership development program at MathWorks that builds strong leaders and innovators in the organization.
Team members in the EDG program have the flexibility to identify and explore areas of interest while contributing to challenging work in a fun and collaborative environment. Areas of interest could include a variety of domains such as machine learning, artificial intelligence, autonomous systems, high performance computing, computer vision and much more.
EDG team members receive extensive training, mentoring, and coaching that enables them to transition into teams of their choice at MathWorks.
As a member of the Development organization, you will select the projects you work on and the teams you engage with depending on your interests, skills, and curiosity. More specifically, you will:
- Explore and identify teams that match your professional interests. Contribute to high impact technical projects with teams across Development or Customer-facing Engineering organizations.
- Tailor your program to focus on concentrations such as machine learning, automated driving, robotics, dynamics and controls, artificial intelligence, as well as multiple other domains to drive future innovation and creation at MathWorks.
- Gain customer perspective and deep product knowledge by solving complex technical issues. Work directly with top engineers and scientists that are making an impact with our tools in the world.
- Develop leadership skills through opportunities to show initiative, lead process improvements, and coach and mentor others. Benefit from extensive learning opportunities through training, mentorship and knowledge sharing forums.
- Transition to MathWorks teams such as software development, program management, quality engineering, technical marketing, as well as other customer facing and technical areas to build a successful career.
- Bachelors (for our Undergraduate program) or Masters/Ph.D. (for our Graduate program) in Engineering or Computer Science
- Strong academic record
- Excellent communication and time management skills
- Strong programming skills
- A good understanding of Object-oriented programming is required for CS majors
- Experience with MATLAB is a plus, but not required