Eight Sleep is the first sleep fitness company. At Eight Sleep we design products at the forefront of sleep innovation. Our mission is to make people’s sleep count for more, using innovative technology, detailed design, and proven science and data to personalize and improve each night for everybody—changing the way people sleep forever and for better. Backed by leading Silicon Valley investors including Khosla Ventures and Y Combinator, it was named by Fast Company in 2018 as one of the Most Innovative Companies in Consumer Electronics.

Our feature Pod product is an absolute game changer, improving people's health and happiness by changing the way they sleep. Early feedback is great, but we still have a long way to go toward achieving our mission.

That's why Eight Sleep is looking for a talented Mechanical Engineer to help define and design the next generation of sleep enhancing products. Specifically, this person will help redefine the Pod product launching next year, and companion accessory products that will continue to elevate our brand in the sleep space.

How you’ll contribute

  • Architect and complete detailed design of plastic, metal and soft goods components and electromechanical systems of consumer electronics products
  • Rapidly iterate, prototype, and refine designs through release for mass production
  • Develop specs and testing methods to validate designs
  • Drive DFMEA discussions to surface and mitigate design risk factors
  • Collaborate with manufacturing team on DFM and QC testing procedures
  • Add to Eight’s collective knowledge on design and manufacturing practices

What you need to succeed

  • Strong mechanical design skills, applied to consumer electro-mechanical products
  • Experienced multiple product launch cycles of consumer products working with cross-functional teams
  • Familiarity with the consumer electronics production environment, and possess ability to bridge the gap between design and manufacturing
  • High proficiency in CAD (Solidworks preferred) and Adobe Illustrator as design tools
  • Has experience mocking up electromechanical features or test devices using Arduino or similar prototyping methods
  • You are a self-starter who is comfortable delivering excellent work with limited guidance
  • You embrace teamwork, and are willing to stretch outside of your own comfort zone and responsibilities to do whatever is necessary to help the team succeed
  • Experience with soft goods is preferred

Why you’ll love Eight

  • We’re a tight-knit, passionate team that’s working to improve people’s lives by improving the way they sleep
  • Leadership that is committed to employees’ wellness and career development
  • You’ll get a better night sleep every night; all full-time employees receive the Pod
  • Flexible, generous PTO
  • 100% employer contribution for medical/dental/vision insurance
  • A flexible working arrangement focused on the health of our team. While most employees work remotely, we have a lab for hardware collaboration that is managed with rigorous safety protocols to maintain a COVID-safe environment

At Eight Sleep we continually celebrate the diverse community different individuals cultivate. As an equal opportunity employer, we stay true to our values by ensuring everyone feels they can flourish and grow. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status

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