Engineer - Hardware Integrations

Los Angeles, CA, United States, San Francisco, CA, United States • $130k - $160k

Hadrian Automation


Role Locations

  • Los Angeles, CA, United States
  • San Francisco, CA, United States

Compensation

$130k - $160k

Employees

< 10 people

Address

660 York Street
San Francisco, CA, 94110, US

Tech Stack

  • Python
  • React
  • AWS

Role Description

This role is responsible for how Flow interacts with the physical world, which means building out the architecture and integrations to our machines, quality equipment, robotic support equipment, tooling & other hardware.

It is critical that we abstract various hardware APIs to one clean API, to ensure all teams at Hadrian have a clean 'state' of the factory at all times.

In this role you will Architect and implement our Factory Data layer Build integrations to each Hardware type using that vendors APIs or connectors Standardize data and build a Factory API Assist various teams to integrate with the Factory API Build smart error handling, synching and state tracking code Optionally, Lead or contribute to other engineering projects such as visual inspection, robotics automation, infosec, etc Contribute to overall product roadmap and assist with prioritization of workload Test integrations in real world environments based on different manufacturing scenarios

About Hadrian Automation

Hadrian is building the alien dreadnought; autonomous precision component factories that help our customers in Space, Defense, Med Device, Climate, Semiconductor and Aviation build their products 2 x faster and cheaper.

Currently, we are building Factory #1 in LA and rounding out our core team (SF, LA, Remote). Our early customers are the US's best makers of rockets & satellites.

We're a team of 8 growing to 20 of ex SpaceX, Google folks. We're back by Founders Fund, Lux Capital & Construct Capital.

Company Culture

We value intellectual honesty; we often change our minds and welcome active discussion around assumptions to ensure we get the right answer without getting hung up on ego, or whose idea it was

We work super hard because we believe in the mission and importance of our existence

We take quality seriously, given that we're making parts for human spaceflight and aviation

In general, everyone at Hadrian is excellent at their role, moves at lightning speed but is also a nice human being with a well rounded life.

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