Bevi is a Series C startup that has raised over $60 million to bring customizable, healthy hydration to offices and facilities across the US and Canada. Founded in 2013, our co-founders set out to out-design bottled water. Within five years time, Bevi has saved the waste generated by over 50 million plastic bottles and seen revenue grow by 10x over the past 2 years! With offices now in Boston, New York, and San Francisco, we continue to grow our healthy flavor offerings and constantly strive to bring the next level of customization to the Bevi hydration experience.
We are looking for a Senior Mechanical Engineer to play a leading role in designing our next generation of products that will continue to disrupt the beverage supply chain. Working with a small team and reporting directly to the VP of Hardware Engineering, the ideal candidate will be responsible for the design of new products, from specifying system architecture to product support and everything in-between. This is an opportunity to be involved in all aspects of product engineering in a fast-paced startup, to rapidly grow your technical skillset, and to own the delivery of a new and exciting product that will change the way people think about how they get their water.
As a Senior Mechanical Engineer at Bevi, you will:
- Design, analyze, prototype and test hardware solutions that deliver delicious beverages without the waste of the traditional supply chain
- Contribute to a cross functional team of engineers to develop future products that satisfy challenging business, design and schedule requirements
- Lead the development of systems or subsystems and integrate multiple solutions into a single delivered product
- Work with suppliers and subject matter experts to design manufacturable, cost-effective components and assemblies
- Develop and execute tests to uncover problems and build product reliability
- Provide technical mentoring across all projects and levels
- Provide leadership and oversight in the design review process
- Drive work independently while managing ambiguity, and be proactive in managing and communicating risk