Robotics Operations Engineer

Job description

Who we are:

At NoMagic, we are a dedicated team of engineers and scientists on a mission to teach robots the real world. We believe that the age of smart robots helping humans with repetitive manipulation tasks in factories, warehouses, stores and soon in our homes is coming. We are building the brain for those robots.

We are using recent advancements in machine learning to control robots based on signals from cameras and other sensors. We are looking for an operations engineer to help make our solution operational at the customer site in Bordeaux, France in constant contact with our R&D team in Warsaw, Poland who will be also on site regularly.

Do you like to fix hardware and software? Are you willing to get stuff done, including helping robot when it has problems? Do you like to troubleshoot problems and improve systems? Would you like to learn about logistics operations? This is a chance to join fun, hard working team on a journey to create its first product and change the world.


What you will do:

  • Implement improvements to NoMagic software and hardware working directly with the robot making its first steps in production environments

  • Repair hardware of the solution: suction system, cabling, etc.

  • Adjust processes, maintenance, operations according to new learnings and errors

  • Coordinate support between our client and our R&D team in Warsaw

  • Regularly update software, debug problems and report changes in behavior, success rates

  • Collect feedback from customer representatives

  • Program robot through pendant and intuitive user interface

  • Represent remote team in meetings and other communication, which includes translations between French and English

  • Support data collection

Requirements

What you offer:

  • Can-do attitude and ability to resolve unforeseen problems

  • Ability to work in fast changing startup environment & contributing to team efforts

  • Hands on experience with operations of industrial machinery or robots

  • Good knowledge of Linux. Software development experience in Python, C/C++ a strong plus

  • Experience with configuration or programming industrial robotic arms is a plus

  • Ability to travel in vicinity of Bordeaux (Cestas) (driver's license required)

  • Fluency in French and English, both spoken and written & great overall communication skills

What we offer:

  • Temporary (6 months) job with some flexibility around 40 hours per week. Long-term possible if willing to relocate after 6 months.

  • Working on fascinating robotics and machine learning problems in top-notch team with many team members visiting Bordeaux to work together

  • Visit to Warsaw, Poland for onboarding and training

  • Competitive compensation

To apply please send your CV and description of qualifications