Electrical Engineer – Post Launch

Job Description (What this job is)

As a member of Carnegie Robotics you will join a multidisciplinary team of engineers who are tackling today’s most challenging problems in vision processing and automation. Spanning multiple industries including defense, materials management, energy, construction, agriculture, and sanitation, Carnegie Robotics applies its expertise in vision systems, automation, and robotics to solve problems faced by various market sectors. You will be working with the electronics that drive rugged, full robotic systems.

 

As a Post Launch Electrical Engineer you will be responsible for maintaining newly released and mature products.  You will take the lead in working with engineering, manufacturing, and supply chain to ensure Carnegie Robotics line of products continue to be successful, remain relevant and perform to the highest standards.

Application Process (How you’ll get here)

 

Electrical Engineer – Post Launch


Roles and Responsibilities (What you’ll do)

  • Work with a diverse team of Electrical Engineers to maintain electrical components and systems for robotics and vision applications
  • Participate in the launch of new products, and providing DFM feedback to engineers during product development
  • Troubleshoot manufacturing and field issues, and implementing design changes to correct them
  • Interface with Carnegie Robotics’ manufacturing team and external vendors to identify and implement design enhancements
  • Work with Carnegie Robotics’ purchasing team to address procurement issues, obsolescence, and to proactively manage the supply chain for electrical components
  • Develop test fixtures and support hardware for the manufacturing of electrical product
  • Update designs, and execute engineering changes within Carnegie Robotics engineering change system

Qualifications (What We’re Looking For)

  • A degree in Electrical Engineering or a closely related field.
  • Strong technical skills in electrical troubleshooting, circuit design, schematic capture, and PCB layout
  • Experience with engineering debug analysis using tools such as oscilloscopes, multimeters, power supplies, and signal generators.
  • Experience with robotics and related areas, such as mixed signal systems, sensor interfaces, power converters, motor drivers, embedded systems, etc. is preferred.
  • Experience authoring design documentation: test specifications, technical memos, and hardware design specifications for fabrication and assembly.

Preferred but not required Qualifications (How you’ll stand out)

  • 3+ years experience
  • Experience with Altium Designer and Altium Concord Pro
  • Working knowledge of at least one programming language
  • Experience with ERP systems

Selected Benefits (What you’ll get)

  • Relocation Assistance
  • High-quality health/dental/vision insurance with a flexible spending plan or HAS
  • Flexible schedule
  • Premium pay (with additional compensation if you have to work 50 hours in a given week)
  • 401k plan with employer match
  • Free on-site parking
  • Healthy lunch options provided during the work week
  • Paid time off to compensate for company travel and enhance your personal life
  • Parental leave of three weeks full pay for an employee

Carnegie Robotics LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer that welcomes applications from all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, marital status, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable laws and Carnegie Robotics’ employment policies.