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Marine ASV (Autonomous Surface Vehicle) Technician
Marine Advanced Robotics
San Francisco, CA, USA
N/A years experience
Posted: 15-08-2021

Company: Marine Advanced Robotics
Skills: Boating Skills, Electrical and electromechanical assembly build-out and testing is a plus
Experience: N/A years
Education: N/A
Employment type: Full time
Location: San Francisco, CA, USA

You would describe yourself as boat obsessed. If you’re not at work, you’re either planning your next boating adventure, or on that boating adventure. You know how to work on all the mechanical and electrical assemblies on your own boat. Maintenance on your boat is second to none, and it shows. You are a self-starter who can work with minimal direction; yet you know when you need to ask for help or input. You have a positive attitude, enjoy working hard, and function well under pressure within a small team. You are proficient with small hand and power tools. You know about marine corrosion, best practices, and what to look for.

Authorized Jobs in the next location(s): USA
Company details

Marine Advanced Robotics is a San Francisco Bay Area-based marine robotics company with an innovative class of watercraft based on our patented WAM-V® technology. WAM-Vs can be found all over the world performing critical tasks in the maritime environment. You can learn more about WAM-V technology, products, and projects on our website (https://www.wam-v.com) and on our YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/c/MarineAdvancedRobotics)

We are poised to revolutionize the ASV space the same way quadcopters revolutionized the UAV market. We are a small company where everyone wears many hats, and we are looking to add the right people to our growing team. This full-time position is located in Richmond, California.

Requirements & Summary

You would describe yourself as boat obsessed. If you’re not at work, you’re either planning your next boating adventure, or on that boating adventure. You know how to work on all the mechanical and electrical assemblies on your own boat. Maintenance on your boat is second to none, and it shows. You are a self-starter who can work with minimal direction; yet you know when you need to ask for help or input. You have a positive attitude, enjoy working hard, and function well under pressure within a small team. You are proficient with small hand and power tools. You know about marine corrosion, best practices, and what to look for.

RESPONSIBILITIES
You will be part of the prototyping, production, and testing team and work closely with the engineering team. Your boating experience as well as your mechanical aptitude will be key to your success in this role. Your responsibilities will include, but not be limited to, the following:

- Perform crewed and uncrewed vessel operation and maintenance.
- Build mechanical assemblies from both detailed (production) drawings as well as back-of-the-envelope (prototype) drawings.
- Prepare as-built drawings, packing lists, and QC-related documentation.
- Perform QC on third-party and in-house components as well as assemblies.
- Test mechanical assemblies.
- Follow manufacturing best practices for the marine environment and robotic systems.
- Design, set up, and maintain dedicated workstations, manufacturing jigs, and tools.
- Maintain, clean, and organize shop, inventory, and yard areas.

BONUS
- Electrical and electromechanical assembly build-out and testing.

APPLICATIONS
If this sounds exciting, and sounds like you, please send jobs@wam-v.com a resume and a short note of introduction.

Please note that we very much value the time and energy you put into responding to job postings and want to thank you in advance should you choose to send one our way. We will respond only to individuals that we would like to invite to the interview process. Please do not apply if you don’t have the requisite boating experience.















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