Working at Fetch Robotics is a dream come true. Not only do you get to experiment with cool gadgetry all day, but your creativity has a purpose: boost quality, accuracy, and speed in warehouse productivity with collaborative robotic automation.
Fetch Robotics is a venture-backed Silicon Valley startup led by Melonee Wise, whom Forbes calls “one of the leading young figures in robotics.”
Wise and her team have come up with some seriously innovative solutions so far. These include the Freight robot, which follows around real warehouse workers as they collect products to be shipped, and the Fetch robot, which can—you guessed it—fetch products when they’re needed.
“The robots at Fetch Robotics are cutting edge, a lot of fun, and get better every single day,” says Ian Danforth, Lead Robotics Engineer.
According to Danforth, Fetch Robotics is pretty laid back.
“Fetch Robotics allows its employees flexibility—this is a very ‘get your work done but it doesn’t really matter when you do it’ culture,” he explains.
The company is also characterized by experimentation, respect for employee expertise, transparency, and trust. Read: You’ll look forward to (not dread) coming to work.
Lead Designer David Dymesich sums it up: “Fetch Robotics has a remarkable team of passionate people that are moving at a very quick pace to get robots out on the market—it’s an incredible work environment.”