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Looking for mechanical engineers with OnShape experience for industrial robotics startup

MatthewMatthew OS Professional, Developers Posts: 22 PRO
Hirebotics, a leading provider of full turnkey, cloud-connected robotic workers, is now hiring for our Franklin, TN based operation. 

Do you love working with industrial robots?  Are you interested in helping create a new industry, Robots as a Service?  Do you enjoy solving challenging problems?  Are you experienced with OnShape?

We are adding a few new team members with mechanical design experience that can help us to continue to grow the number of robotic workers we have in the field and develop our next generation of hardware. 

Hirebotics was founded in 2015 with the mission to bring automation to everyone. We lower the barriers to automation for manufacturers of all sizes by allowing companies to hire a robot the same way they would hire a person. Our cloud-connected workers are paid by the productive time they work each week. Our customers are able to monitor the workers, production data and quality data in the palm of their hand using the Hirebotics mobile app.  We have customers across the US ranging in size from small, startup companies to Fortune 200 companies in a range of industries. 

If you think you'd like to join a young, tech-based startup that is changing the way companies procure factory automation please contact Matt Bush at [email protected] 
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