iFixit's sister company Dozuki is building software that enables industrial companies to improve their manufacturing practices in real time. Dozuki make it easy to create documentation for any employee to learn how to build rockets. (Really, one of our customers is building rockets but we can’t tell you about them–yet. Another is building hypersonic airplanes.) Workers who assemble rockets and fast airplanes need to get trained and certified on specific machinery and grow into new roles as their skills improve. Oh, and one of our other customers is working on the COVID-19 vaccine. Training people matters!
At Dozuki you’ll be managing a high-caliber team of engineers in the beautiful city of San Luis Obispo. Relocation required (post-pandemic).
Our north star is teaching people at scale how to accomplish tasks in the real world. The biggest obstacle to people learning is a lack of information, so our software makes it easy to create training information in any language to be deployed on any device.
Manufacturers are stuck using 20th century tools–you’d be shocked how many times we find reams of paper on the assembly line. We’re replacing that with a modern and sophisticated content and training management system. Built on the solid technical foundation of iFixit, the highly popular online repair wiki, we are adding enterprise-grade data controls, on premise product delivery via Terraform, and a spectrum of manufacturing-oriented features like worker skill ratings.
This job isn’t easy. We have to manage the complexities of revision control and offline mobile access. We also make all content automatically machine translated (we just added Haitian Creole support!), but provide humans the ability to improve the text. And we natively support rich media, from photos to videos to technical schematics.
We run tests on every commit, deploy code at least a dozen times a day, and have a deeply rooted culture of code review and peer feedback.
Manufacturing is one of the last industries to be disrupted by software. It's unfortunate that the production floors of today look pretty similar to 50 years ago. At Dozuki, you'll join a team that is leading a new wave of software adoption by making modern Standard Work an industry standard.
Dozuki is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. Diverse teams are better teams. We believe that it takes people of all backgrounds to help us reach our highest potential. Therefore, Dozuki does not discriminate based upon race, religion, color, national origin, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or any of the other important characteristics that make us unique and valuable.
Dozuki is committed to creating a diverse team—not only in who we hire—but through creating a supportive environment for all of our team members based on mutual respect and inclusivity.
Make a PDF of your resume, as well as a short cover letter explaining three things: why you're awesome, what you’ve built, and why you're the ideal candidate for this job.
Include links to past projects you have worked on. We want to see what you're enthusiastic about!