We’re looking for a skilled machinist or very hands-on engineer to help accelerate our vehicle production and R&D processes. In this role, you will work alongside fast-moving design engineers and builders to bring drawings or whiteboard sketches into the real world. Your primary role will be running shop machinery (see below) to create tools, jigs, and parts to accelerate manufacturing timelines, but you’ll also regularly open up Solidworks assemblies, dig into the nitty gritty of how a part is made, and make your own part designs or modifications to improve processes.
Specific tasks will include:
We know this job post covers a lot, so if you don’t fit every one of these criteria still feel free to apply. This is an excellent opportunity to do high impact work, see your designs go into live field applications, and join a fun and hard-working team on the cutting edge of ocean autonomy.
We’re committed to helping new team members succeed by ramping up with well-scoped projects and regularly taking the time to discuss where things are working and what needs to change. We’re also big on personal freedoms: if you’re on top of your responsibilities and want the afternoon off to surf, play with your dog, or do whatever you want to do, go for it! We have flexible hours, a flexible time off schedule, and a personable, kickass work culture. We want someone who’s stoked to contribute in and to this environment.
We appreciate diverse perspectives and life experiences and so encourage people of all backgrounds to apply. Note, however, that we are currently unable to sponsor employment visas, so candidates must be independently authorized to work in the United States.
We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.