Carnegie Robotics builds custom robotics systems for government and industry. We also manufacture and sell rugged robotics components that allow other organizations to develop their own robots. We’re small enough to have many of the benefits of working for a startup, but we have a very broad customer base, making us more stable and recession-proof than most organizations our size. We are developing and deploying cutting edge technology in robotics, perception, and machine learning. Many of our development efforts go on to have real-world impact in robots that find land mines, clean floors, enable the development efforts of other organizations, and much more. This is challenging, exciting work, and we are committed to building the company culture and diverse team that will allow our continued success.
As an Electrical Engineer, you will join a multidisciplinary team of engineers who are tackling today’s most challenging problems in automation. Spanning multiple industries including defense, materials management, energy, agriculture, and sanitation, Carnegie Robotics applies its expertise in vision systems and robotics to solve problems faced by various market sectors. You will be designing the electronics that drive rugged, full robotic systems.
- Working with a diverse team of Electrical Engineers to design and test electrical components and systems for robotics and vision applications
- Creating printed circuit board assemblies for mixed-signal and high-speed digital systems
- Interfacing commercial off the shelf (COTS) sensors with COTS embedded computing systems
- Designing with COTS motors and motor drivers for robotic applications
- Designing cable harnesses
- Interfacing with Software, Mechanical, and Systems Engineers to conceptualize and develop new products
- Launching product to production
- Supporting manufacturing in the building and sustaining of existing product
- A degree in Electrical Engineering or a closely related field.
- Strong technical skills in circuit design and PCB layout.
- Background in 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: requirements documents, test specifications, technical memos, and hardware design specifications for fabrication and assembly.
Preferred but not required
- Experience with Altium Designer and Altium Concord Pro
- Working knowledge of at least one programming language
- Experience with ERP systems
- Relocation Assistance
- High-quality health/dental/vision insurance with a flexible spending plan or HAS
- Flexible schedule
- Premium pay if you have to work 50 hours in a given week
- 401k plan with employer match
- Free on-site parking
- Paid time off to compensate for company travel
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.