Electromechanical Engineer at Dishcraft Robotics
San Carlos, CA, US
At Dishcraft Robotics, our mission is to build things that matter. We are a venture-backed Bay Area start-up that is revolutionizing commercial kitchens with robotics, computer vision, machine learning, and innovative mechanical design. Come join our talented team of technologists and business people as we create advanced machines in an industry that touches everyone.

At Dishcraft Robotics, first and foremost, we value people, intellectual engagement and transparent communication. We are looking for a highly motivated, intellectually curious and passionate Electromechanical Engineer who will be a key contributor in the hands-on prototyping and design of our complex robotic system.

ABOUT THE JOB

Specify and implement electrical architecture for a multi stage integrated robotic system power distribution.
Select motors and drives for motors.
Manage circuit board projects and external PCB consultants.
Choose chipsets, communication protocols and embedded firmware.
Specify and implement electrical architecture for a multi stage integrated robotic system power distribution.
Debug complex systems.
Design cables; cable management; harnessing.
Work closely with mechanical and software teams.
Manage contractors and contract manufacturers
ABOUT YOU

3+ years experience in electromechanical design.
BS/EE or ME. MS strongly preferred.
Strong analytical and experimental skills, with demonstrated ability to plan and conduct technical tasks to solve engineering problems.
Experience with power budgets and system level schematics.
Experience specifying motors, actuators, sensors, dev boards and embedded computers.
Ability to work well both independently and as a member of a team, with demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.
Ability to communicate technical information effectively both orally and in writing with program management, contractors, and colleagues.
Experience with testing and system integration.
Demonstrated experience taking products from prototype to production.