Viam is a robotics platform that makes it easy to turn great ideas into production-ready robots. Viam works with any hardware and has a modern architecture, easy developer APIs, cloud connectivity and tools, and enterprise-grade security to give even the leanest teams the power to launch and scale their robotics business. 

Viam makes building, deploying and managing robots more flexible, affordable and easy to use so that builders can do more with robots while getting them to market faster. By making robotics more accessible, Viam is attracting talent and investment to the industry so that more people start working with robots to build products and services that improve our world.

As a Mobile Engineer, you will be responsible for building cloud-based functionality and an accessible cross-platform User Interface for monitoring and visualization of data from a single robot or a fleet of robots. You will be integral not to just building out high-quality, robust software but to creating the future of robots. Our current tech stack consists of Golang, Vue, Linux, and MongoDB.

 

You'll be:

  • Building our mobile app of today and growing it into the broader platform of tomorrow
  • Working with the UI/UX designer and bridging the gap between graphical design and technical implementation, taking an active role on both sides, and defining how the application looks and how it works
  • Making contributions to the front-end part of our tech stack, working with Flutter
  • Working closely with our product team to design and develop new features
  • An active member of our sprint process
  • Designing and building software capable of reaching millions of users
  • Partnering with product managers, designers, and analysts to deeply understand the needs of our users and build a product that serves those needs
  • Improving the team and company – you will be an active participant in our culture (mentorship, interviewing, and new initiatives)
  • Supporting your fellow engineers through feedback, code reviews, and advancement of internal tools and processes

We’re looking for someone with:

  • One or more iOS/Android apps developed and deployed on the AppStore/Google Play or available on Github;
  • Knowledge of API/SDK's
  • Experience with frontend infrastructure, components & performance
  • Experience with automated testing and building;
  • Experience in producing end-to-end mobile products working closely with Product managers and designers
  • Strong attention to detail and love for architecture, UX, and code
  • Open to joining a fast-paced environment
  • At least 5 years of software engineering experience
  • BS or MS in computer science, engineering, or other technical degrees
  • You enjoy playing a part in product management and road mapping occasionally
  • You take responsibility, love ownership, learn continuously, and have a growth mindset
  • Understanding of the Agile development life-cycle;
  • Ability to write readable code, create extensive documentation for existing code, and refactor the previously written code into readable state.

Benefits:

  • 100% covered medical/dental/vision insurance plans, commuter benefits
  • Competitive salary & equity packages
  • Reproductive Health Benefits including Fertility Benefits and Abortion Access Travel Benefits
  • 25 days paid vacation and generous holiday observances
  • One Medical Membership
  • Class Pass & Citi Bike memberships
  • Free lunch everyday that you’re in the office
  • Paid parental leave

The starting salary for this role is between $121,000 - $257,000/year. Your exact offer will vary based on a number of factors including experience level, skillset, market location, and balancing internal equity relative to peers at the company. We recognize that the person we hire may be less experienced, or more senior, than this job description as posted. In these situations, the updated salary range will be communicated with you as a candidate. In addition to cash compensation, Viam offers a comprehensive Total Rewards package that includes equity grants, health benefits, and more.         

Values:

  • Vision Driven
  • Collaborate Openly
  • Act Decisively
  • Succeed Through Diversity
  • Hold Ourselves Accountable
  • Lead with Curiosity

 Learn more about our values here!

 

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