Engineering Technician at Marble
San Francisco, CA, US

Who we are

We are a robotics startup based in San Francisco. We design, build, and operate autonomous urban delivery robots. In San Francisco alone, hundreds of thousands of packages are delivered every day. Over half of the world’s population lives in cities at least this big. Robotic delivery will improve reliability and drastically reduce the cost of delivery, touching the lives of billions of people and ultimately transforming how the world works. Our team is small and we’re moving lightning fast to create the world’s first fleet of autonomous delivery robots to solve this Earth-scale problem.

What you’ll be doing

As the first engineering technician at Marble, you’ll have the tremendous responsibility of ensuring success in prototype builds, maintaining the health of our robot fleet, and keeping our prototyping and manufacturing facilities in their best shape.


  • Assemble batteries, sensors, motion systems, structures, electro-mechanical assemblies, and other components of our robot
  • Take clear notes during all aspects of your work and give feedback to improve our design for manufacture and our manufacturing process
  • Perform routine maintenance to keep our robots operating at their best
  • Support design engineering in the build and test of prototypes
  • Oversee and conduct tests that support QA or engineering development
  • Assist in the diagnosis and repair of damaged and/or malfunctioning components
  • Maintain the cleanliness of the prototype / shop areas at all times
  • Manage inventory of components and sub-assemblies


  • Comfortable with basic hand tools and machinery
  • Have spent considerable time on any of the following: mill, lathe, drill press
  • Vigilant at taking notes
  • Exceedingly high attention to detail
  • Experienced in the assembly of complex electro-mechanical assemblies
  • Ability to neatly organize workspace during assembly/disassembly
  • Familiarity with electrical systems
  • Ability to read and use electrical schematics
  • Ability to use a multimeter to identify problems
  • Experience soldering and removing electrical components from PCBs
  • Ability to lift, push, and maneuver equipment weighing up to 50 pounds repeatedly throughout the day

Bonus Points if you...

  • Have worked on a robotic system before
  • Experience using mechanical/electrical CAD programs
  • Share our enthusiasm for the positive impact robots can have on the world


  • Competitive salary and benefits (health / dental / vision)
  • Generous early-stage equity
  • Work with state of the art hardware
  • Be at ground zero of the robot revolution