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Senior Software Engineer (Industrial Robotics)

Freeform

Freeform

Software Engineering
Los Angeles, CA, USA
Posted on Saturday, September 2, 2023

SENIOR SOFTWARE ENGINEER (INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS)

Freeform is deploying software-defined, autonomous metal 3D printing factories around the world, bringing the scalability of software to physical production. Our proprietary technology stack leverages advanced sensing, real-time controls, and data-driven learning to produce digitally-verified, flawless parts at unprecedented speed and cost. Our mission is to make the transformative power of 3D printing available to all industries at scale and unlock the future of innovation.

As a Senior Software Engineer at Freeform, you will be responsible for architecting and implementing critical software systems that enable our advanced metal 3D printing factories to operate fully autonomously at high speeds with precision. This entails developing robust software solutions for laser control systems, high speed data acquisition systems, and custom high performance compute interfaces. Your software will effectively act as the nervous system of our fully automated metal printing factories. As a crucial member of the engineering team you will be responsible for driving the pace of innovation, maximizing development speed, and maintaining a standard of excellence within the entire engineering team.

Responsibilities:

  • Architect state-of-the-art software for an advanced production-scale metal 3D printing system
  • Design and develop the machine instruction interface to the metal 3D printing system hardware
  • Develop software to enable the computer vision system, monitor sensor data, perform calibrations, log quality data, and keep track of the health of the printing system over its lifetime
  • Work with process and control engineers to integrate control algorithms into production software
  • Work with FPGA developers to develop high-speed data acquisition software
  • Create software for collection and analysis of process data
  • Develop software required to implement production automation solutions
  • Develop, unit test, and deploy functional, scalable, robust, and maintainable software
  • Generate and maintain documentation of designed software and integrated systems

Basic Qualifications:

  • 5+ years of experience in software development using C/C++ and/or Rust
  • Experience in real-time embedded system design with Linux OS
  • Experience in object-oriented programming and design

Nice to Have:

  • Bachelor's, Master's or PhD in computer science, applied mathematics, engineering, or related field
  • Experience working in a high performance compute environment (FPGAs or GPUs)
  • Experience with PCIe driver development and troubleshooting
  • Experience with high speed data acquisition and real time closed-loop-control systems
  • Excellent knowledge of OS coding techniques, IP protocols, interfaces, and hardware subsystems
  • Experience writing software for industrial automation systems, robotics, or related hardware
  • Creative thinker able to apply first-principles reasoning to solve complex problems
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

Location:

  • We are located in Hawthorne, CA in a 35,000 square foot, state-of-the-art facility featuring large open spaces for team collaboration, R&D, and production, as well as easy access to the 405, 105, and 110 freeways. Our facility is in the heart of Los Angeles' vibrant emerging tech ecosystem alongside many other high growth startups and enterprises.

What We Offer:

  • We have an inclusive and diverse culture that values collaboration, learning, and making deliberate data-driven decisions.
  • We offer a unique opportunity to be an early and integral member of a rapidly growing company that is scaling a world-changing technology.
  • Benefits
    • Significant stock option packages
    • 100% employer-paid Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance (premium PPO and HMO options)
    • Life insurance
    • Traditional and Roth 401(k)
    • Relocation assistance provided
    • Paid vacation, sick leave, and company holidays
    • Generous Paid Parental Leave and extended transition back to work for the birthing parent
    • Free daily catered lunch and dinner, and fully stocked kitchenette
    • Casual dress, flexible work hours, and regular catered team building events
  • Compensation
    • As a growing company, the salary range is intentionally wide as we determine the most appropriate package for each individual taking into consideration years of experience, educational background, and unique skills and abilities as demonstrated throughout the interview process. Our intent is to offer a salary that is commensurate for the company’s current stage of development and allows the employee to grow and develop within a role.
    • In addition to the significant stock option package, the estimated salary range for this role is $140,000-$250,000, inclusive of all levels/seniority within this discipline.
  • Freeform is an Equal Opportunity Employer that values diversity; employment with Freeform is governed on the basis of merit, competence and qualifications and will not be influenced in any manner by race, color, religion, gender, national origin/ethnicity, veteran status, disability status, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, mental or physical disability or any other legally protected status.