RightHand Robotics (RHR) is building a world-class team to solve the biggest problem in ecommerce logistics: how to fulfill orders, despite demand that’s growing at six times the rate of available labor. Our cutting-edge robotic picking systems manipulate hundreds of thousands of items -- it’s a software-driven, hardware-enabled technology that meets the increasing demands of e-commerce order fulfillment and other industries.

RightHand Robotics is seeking a Senior Software Engineer to join our Configurable Picking Group. This team is responsible for improving the structure of our code base to make it more scalable, reusable and robust. If you are passionate about robotics, and if working hands-on with robots on a daily basis sounds exciting, we look forward to hearing from you! 


You will:

  • Design, develop, refactor, implement, and maintain key software components
  • Collaborate with other engineering teams to deploy solutions to address customer needs
  • Debug complex, multi-process systems

You have:

  • 3+ years of experience using Python in a production environment
  • 5+ years of experience working with Linux in a production environment
  • 5+ years working in a team environment
  • Experience working with large, complex, commercial systems (including use of version control, automated testing, build tools)
  • Strong architecture, design and code review skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • BS in Computer Science, Software Engineering, or equivalent
  • Experience mentoring and coaching junior engineers 

Bonus:

  • Experience in a technical leadership role in a small team
  • Experience with concurrent programming (threads, multiprocessing, async/await)
  • Experience with robot middleware and messaging layers
  • Linear Algebra and Geometry skills
  • Experience in C/C++

We offer:

  • Hybrid work model
  • Passionate, collaborative and fun teammates.
  • Flexible vacation and work schedule.
  • 401(k)
  • Generous premium coverage for medical and dental plans.
  • Robots, galore!

Our goal is to be a diverse workforce at all job levels.  We don’t just accept diversity — we celebrate it, we support it, and we know it benefits our employees, our products, our partners, and our community.  We encourage individuals to apply regardless of race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy status, national origin, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, non-disqualifying physical or mental disability, and/or any other characteristics unrelated to merit.  At RightHand Robotics, we are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all of our employees.

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