Who We Are:

Dusty Robotics is the leading solution to ensure design integrity in the field through automated layout and a streamlined BIM-to-field process. Dusty delivers a combination of hardware, software, and services that fit seamlessly into existing construction work processes by printing digital models directly on the jobsite floor with 1/16" accuracy based directly on Revit or AutoCAD models. Dusty has enabled contractors to print over 100 million square feet of layout across thousands of buildings and is trusted by leading general contractors such as DPR and Skanska as well as trade contractors in framing, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing.

What You'll Do:

Dusty is seeking an experienced cloud software engineer to play a guiding role in the development of cloud services and web applications for our automated BIM-to-field solution, the FieldPrint Platform. This SaaS platform helps construction firms organize the information sent to our FieldPrinter robot, and creates additional opportunities for construction automation. You’ll join our web team as a senior member contributing your expertise to technical design and implementation of the cloud services underlying the platform.

We are looking for engineers who are creative and aspirational in what they build, who seek out novel technical capabilities to expand the realm of what’s possible in generating delightful and intuitive user experiences. We are building products that have never existed before in the construction industry, so we need to bring all our creative thinking to bear on their design and function to help the industry adopt them and become more efficient.

Dusty’s headquarters in Mountain View. We are an office-centric company enjoying the efficiency and camaraderie of in-person collaboration. We prefer an in office candidate but are open to hybrid and remote roles.

Who You Are:

  • You have 10+ years experience building highly responsive web applications
  • You are bored by simply slapping a rest interface on an open source library, you want to create elegant solutions to complex problems
  • You have been the key contributor on a startup-scale enterprise SaaS product with a track record of success
  • On a routine basis have you analyzed, designed, implemented tested and deployed features
  • You collaborate with other engineers to make sure your solutions are flexible, extendable, testable and re-usable
  • You obviously are experienced in cloud development. Our backend runs on Go. If you don’t speak it yet, you are a confident fast learner
  • You are proficient in async web apps, HTTP/Websockets, API design, persistence, analytics and cloud deployment
  • You have an innovative mindset: continuously seeking new technologies, tools and techniques to achieve simplicity and delight in web application design
  • Your communication skills are excellent. You are able to explain technical concepts simply and clearly
  • Your Bachelor’s or higher degree is in Computer Science or a related field
  • You have an appreciation for 2d and 3d CAD data, robot telemetry data, resources scheduling problems.
  • You enjoy seeing your work in the hands of customers

Where You'll Work:

Dusty’s offices are located in Mountain View, CA. You will be primarily working from our office in this role to facilitate rapid coordination with executive leadership and business teams. You can also expect to travel a small amount to customer locations around the US.

 

Why You Should Join:

In joining our team, you’ll become an important part of a small and fast-growing company. We are daring to accomplish something big, do you want to be a critical part of Dusty's success? We are deeply committed to our mission, and we believe in removing roadblocks that distract us from reaching our goals.

To that end, we offer an unlimited vacation policy, a 401k with employer match, reasonable work hours, and flexible schedules. We know that our best work happens when we feel well-rested and capable of focusing all of our energy on making Dusty successful!

Strong, effective teams are composed of people with a diverse set of backgrounds and experiences who bring a variety of perspectives to their work. We actively encourage applications from a diverse pool, including those from historically under-represented groups such as women, people of color, people who identify LGBTQ, people with disabilities, and immigrants.

Our Code of Conduct:

Dusty Robotics exists to serve a wide variety of customers from all walks of life. We believe that our mission is best served in an environment that is friendly, safe, accepting, and free of intimidation or harassment. We do not tolerate abusive behavior.

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