Systems Support Engineer - Robotics

  • 2650 E 40th Ave, Denver, CO 80205, USA
  • Full-time

Company Description

The future is robotics and Prime is the leading robotics company in Colorado and in the logistics industry.  We have successfully completed our first Beta sites in the US and have proven out our systems.  Now we are ready to scale the company to meet the insatiable need in the market for logistics robots like ours.  Currently we make mobile robots, but will also be developing a robot arm and other complimentary products with the goal to have all the pieces needed for a lights-out warehouse.  It is very satisfying to make a product that has such a positive impact on our customers.

Job Description

As a member of our Denver-based Support & Implementation Department, you will launch customer sites and provide support before and after Go-Live. You will also assist with other technical efforts in the Denver office as needed, including answering technical questions for potential customers, maintaining the robots in the showroom, setting up and running virtual and physical demonstrations, and maintaining IT infrastructure. When a support request comes from a customer, you will triage their issue and either fix the problem or coordinate with the engineering teams to resolve the issue quickly.  


Most of the support is related to software issues, but there are electrical issues during implementations and during ongoing operations.  Therefore we are hoping to find someone with an Electrical Engineering background who is able to program a little as well.

In order to be successful you should have experience with as many of the below as possible:

  1. Working with end users (email and phone)
  2. Software troubleshooting
  3. Writing mySQL queries
  4. Hardware troubleshooting (electronics, motors, cabling)
  5. Working with hand tools
  6. Linux admin, especially ssh, grep, and working on the command line
  7. Office IT administration, setting up switches, wifi, VPNs, etc

Skills and experience which would be nice to have:

  1. Experience with a major WMS (Warehouse Management System) such as JDA, Manhattan, High Jump or SAP
  2. Java development
  3. Creating documentation or technical writing
  4. Ability to diagnose electrical issues using a multimeter
  5. Soldering

Additional Information

All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.

Participation in the on-call schedule is required. There may be travel required for up to 2 weeks at a time during an implementation.  Flexibility to work in off hours in order to coordinate with the China team is desired.