- Posted: over a month ago
- $70,000 to $115,000 Yearly
- Benefits: 401k, dental, life insurance, medical, vision,
Titan is seeking an Electrical Engineer to help design complex robotic systems. As an Electrical Engineer you will carry out a full spectrum of design tasks including requirements generation, system analysis, schematic capture, documentation and failure analysis related to the electrical subsystems of the robots built by Titan. Successful candidates will be motivated, growth-minded individuals able to work independently and collaboratively with multidisciplinary teams.
Responsibilities and Duties
- Participate in defining system-level requirements in collaboration with the senior technical team.
- Review and understand engineering documentation to ensure electrical components are integrated successfully.
- Design electrical control panels, enclosures, wiring harnesses and cable assemblies that meet requirements and allow the robot to carry out the required tasks.
- Analyze, diagnose, test, and repair communications interfaces such as CAN and Ethernet.
- Strong team collaboration and communication skills
- Power to balance multiple projects and priorities in a fast-paced environment.
- Ability to be flexible and adaptable in a startup environment.
- Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering.
- Familiarity with electrical control systems hardware.
- Understanding of power distribution systems including 480VAC.
- Knowledge of cable management systems for moving applications.
- Experience with schematic capture and bill of material management.
- Experience with AutoCAD Electrical or similar software package.
- 1+ years of experience working in an electrical engineering field.
- Experience with sensors and actuators used in robotic systems including LIDAR, cameras, servo motors, solenoids, etc.
- Experience with safety-critical electrical integration
- Development of printed circuit board assemblies.
Titan Robotics, Inc.
2516 Jane St. PittsburghPittsburgh, PA
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