At Fictiv, we’re inspired every day by our customers and teammates

You’ll have the opportunity to interact with some of the most renowned companies on the planet who make physical products loved by millions. You’ll be working with some of the highest quality and most talented vendors who produce what seems impossible to produce. You’ll be surrounded by a wicked awesome team (think PhDs, Ironmans, artists) who are obsessed with winning the hearts and minds of product engineers and designers who are literally building the future (think autonomous cars)... today.



Location:
At the time of posting, remote work is open to employees in the following states Arizona, California, Georgia, Hawaii, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Nevada, New Hampshire, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, and the District of Columbia.
Commitment: Full Time

 
For decades, these innovators have had to endure long feedback cycles and high upfront costs to bring their products to market.  Our system drastically reduces that time and cost, allowing hardware engineers to experiment faster and with better outcomes.  As a Senior Software Engineer, you will play a critical role in shaping this system to become the de facto standard platform for hardware development.
 

What’s in it for you?

Technical Leadership
We are a small team taking the next step in evolving our systems and infrastructure.  As a Senior Engineer, you will play a key role both in guiding the technical architecture and elevating technical standards.  With our team at a small size and growing, you will be well positioned to have a wide impact over a range of systems and decisions.
 
Inspiring customers
Our customers work on products that push technological boundaries – from self-driving cars to low-cost water purification systems. They inspire us to develop systems to move faster, build higher quality product, and shape the future of manufacturing.
 
Change an industry
We have a big vision for what manufacturing should be, and we are determined to make that vision real. You’ll be working with smart, mission driven teammates to create significant change in this industry.
 

What you’ll be doing

  • Introduce practices and patterns for developing flexible, robust, and secure systems, allowing the team to expand functionality with higher quality and confidence.
  • Create elegant technical solutions to our most complex challenges. As we scale our business this means creating a highly available, distributed system backed by multiple manufacturing partners spanning multiple geographies.
  • Guide major architectural decisions that position us to capture new opportunities, scale with high reliability and low latency, and address risks to the business.
  • Mentor teammates through code and technical design reviews in ways that increase their ownership and help them grow in their career.

 

Desired traits

  • Bring out the best in the team – You use influence and knowledge to lift the team to high standards of excellence not only in system design and code quality but also in collaboration and development practices.
  • Technical expertise – You love digging deeply into the nuts and bolts of how systems work and can solve problems at their root. You have a wealth of experience and perspectives to draw from and share with the team.
  • Business understanding – Rather than pursuing technology for its own sake, you are fluent in how businesses work and can apply technology to meet business needs.
  • Team-oriented – You have a strong desire to help the entire team level up and improve our collective craft. You understand, as a leader, the outsized impact of your actions and behaviors.

 

About Fictiv

Fictiv is transforming how teams design, develop, and deliver the next generation of hardware products.

Fictiv is a manufacturing platform and the most efficient way to fabricate parts. Powered by a distributed network of highly vetted vendors, Fictiv provides the critical infrastructure teams need to streamline prototyping and accelerate development cycles. The online interface makes it easy for customers to get instant quotes, review manufacturing feedback, and manage orders—all through a single service.

We’re actively seeking potential teammates who can bring diverse perspectives and experience to our culture and company. We believe inclusion is the best way to create a strong, empathetic team. Our belief is that the best team is born from an environment that emphasizes respect, honesty, collaboration, and growth.

We encourage applications from members of underrepresented groups, including but not limited to women, members of the LGBTQ community, people of color, people with disabilities, and veterans.

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