As robotics engineer, you will oversee all aspects of machine autonomy. This includes sensor selection and integration, machine communications, computing, navigation, and obstacle detection. You will play a key role in building first-of-a-kind forest autonomy, enabling wildfire resilience and carbon storage.
Developing forest robotics systems for heavy equipment
Delivering usable and/or demo-able products on a weekly basis
Establishing feedback and insights from simulation, on-equipment, tele-operation, and integration testing
Working in an agile development environment
Coordinating with partners and vendors to ensure cost, time, quality, and regulatory requirements met
Spend time in the forest operations gathering feedback and injecting it into the design(s)
Mentoring and training
End-to-end robotics engineering experience and capabilities across multiple generations of products
Experience with complex, integrated hardware/software systems solving challenging problems and implementing solutions in real-world scenarios
Excellent communicator, able to create effective artifacts, such as block diagrams, design documents, and requirements, to enable teams to collaborate on complex products and drive solutions
Ability to resolve issues in creative, efficient, and effective ways
First-principles thinker who has invented novel solutions to technical problems
Experience with creating complex electromechanical systems enable with software
BS in Robotics, Systems, Electrical, Mechanical, or equivalent
Bonus Point Qualifications
Software and hardware test development
Creating software hardware in the loop integration and unit tests
Development and production version control, PLM, MCAD, and ECAD
Analysis experience on complex mission critical systems
MS/PhD in Robotics, Systems, Electrical, Mechanical, or equivalent
Perks and Benefits
Generous stock options. We’re an early-stage company and we want you to benefit from the financial upside.
Flexible time off. We’re a small, flexible team. Work hard and take time off when you need it.
Stay healthy. Health insurance reimbursement for you and your family.
Learn on the job. Annual conference budget, including airfare and hotel costs.
Spend time in nature. This role enables you to spend time in national forests!