Robotics Technician

San Francisco, California
Operations
Full-time
We are building the future of construction.

At Built Robotics, we are making construction safer, faster and more productive. Our team is assembling robotic upgrade kits and developing software to automate heavy equipment. It hasn’t been easy—in fact, no one has ever done what we’re doing—but with over $150 billion in heavy equipment services performed in the US each year, we believe we’re on to something. You’ll have a foundational role in charting this growth and bringing innovation to one of the world’s most critical industries. Join us!

WHAT YOU'LL DO

As a Robotics Technician you’ll have broad responsibility for scaling our hardware and retrofit functions to enable autonomous machines.  You will work closely with our engineering team to spec, install and maintain hardware. Additionally, you will be responsible for establishing replicable processes to ensure reliable assembly of upgrade kits and robust quality assurance standards.  To do this, you will need a thorough understanding of how the technology works, common issues that arise, and how the product performs in the field. Given you will be the closest person to the hardware and assemblies, you will be our liaison to the engineering team, surfacing product improvement opportunities and helping us engineer a more refined, robust system.  Basically, you will be laying the groundwork for our long-term manufacturing organization as we continue to scale the business. To do this, you’ll stay abreast of new technology to ensure we have the optimal tools for the job. Much of our software development also requires running tests on actual hardware, and you’ll work with the engineering team to run the machines and get comfortable doing testing debugging, and troubleshooting.  This may also involve you deploying into the field to assist our field operations teams to perform installs or resolve complex issues that may arise.

YOUR KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Manufacturing upgrade kits and performing installations on autonomous equipment
    • Developing replicable processes to ensure consistent quality
    • Working with engineering team to refine hardware design and components
    • Learning how to run the technology and testing robots at our facility
    • Maintaining sensors and equipment
    • Deploying into the field to perform remote retrofits or to resolve hardware issues
    • Developing best practices for fleet management & preventative maintenance
    • Bridging operations with engineering to ensure the product performs reliably in the field

YOUR QUALIFICATIONS

    • BS in a technical field or equivalent work experience
    • 5+ years of experience working with, repairing, and maintaining heavy equipment and machinery
    • Excellent hands-on technical ability, including prototype design and fabrication, soldering, metalworking and woodworking
    • Ability to devise robust processes and maintain clear documentation
    • Rigorous attention to detail
    • Adaptability and flexibility to work in new situations, pick up new skills, and do what it takes to get the job done
    • Ability to drive trucks, operate heavy equipment, and lift 60 lbs
    • Willingness to travel to the field an average of one time per month; sometimes more according to business requirements

COMPANY PERKS

    • Competitive equity and salary
    • 100% employer-sponsored health insurance, for you, your spouse and children
    • 401(k)
    • Flexible PTO
    • TSA Pre Check
    • Free catered lunch and plenty of snacks
    • In-office gym
    • Opportunity to work on a 80,000-pound autonomous robot
    • A pair of steel-toe boots