OK, so 2 things:
1. If you send me a CV and they're hired to work on self-driving algos – machine vision/learning/mapping/navigation, I'll pay you a shitton of money. (Details over email.) These teams want CS/math/physics/similar degree with great grades, and they want programming ability. They'll hire quite a lot of people.
2. The position below is for my team and if you refer a CV, I cannot pay you a shitton of money. But:
We're developing an array language that we want to efficiently compile to our in-house accelerators (multiple target architectures, you can think of it as "compiling to a DSP/GPU/FPGA.")
Of recent public efforts, perhaps Halide is the closest relative (we're compiling AOT instead of processing a graph of C++ objects constructed at run time, but I'm guessing the work done at the back-end is somewhat similar.) What we have now is already beating hand-optimized code in our C dialects on some programs, but it's still a "blue sky" effort in that we're not sure exactly how far it will go (in terms of the share of production programs where it can replace our C dialects.)
As usual, we aren't looking for someone with experience in exactly this sort of thing (here especially it'd be hopeless since there are few compiler writers and most of them work on lower-level languages.) Historically, the people who enjoy this kind of work have a background in what I broadly call (mislabel?) "discrete math" - formal methods, theory of computation, board game AI, even cryptography, basically anywhere where you have clever algorithms in a discrete space that can be shown to work every time. (Heavyweight counter-examples missing one of "clever", "discrete" or "every time" – OSes, rendering, or NNs. This of course is not to say that experience in any of these is disqualifying, just that they're different.)
I think of it as a gig combining depth that people expect from academic work with compensation that people expect from industry work. If you're interested, email me (Yossi.Kreinin@gmail.com).
All positions are in Jerusalem.