Robot Technician at Simbe
San Francisco, CA, US
Simbe is building a fleet of autonomous mobile Tally robots for the world's retail industry! Tally works with the store teams by autonomously collecting and analyzing on-shelf product data, and providing actionable insights. As a Robot Technician at Simbe Robotics, you will be responsible for maintaining all hardware, and support the product build out and updates to our Tally robot fleet.


Responsibilities:

Test and update all field units as required for customer deployments.
Assembly and disassembly of Tally units for build out and version updates.
Assist in coordination of shipping and logistics of Tally units per product schedule.
Assist EE, ME and SE with prototypes and product development per production goals.
Documenting updates, analysis and specific test procedures for engineering and production use.
Maintain inventory of parts, cables, test equipment, components, and other items related to product build.
Design and assemble test fixtures as needed for engineering and production.
Test and evaluate typical serial, USB, standard protocols among other electrical components.
Testing parts for ESD, radiated emissions, and thermal.
Assembly, testing and updating development boards.
Communicate with vendors and manufactures to meet product requirements.
Test and evaluate alternate sensors, microprocessors and other components for future products.
Creating test procedures and requirements for production components.


Required Experience:

Demonstrate working experience with products currently on the market.
Experience in robotics, electronic products or integrated systems is preferred.
Strong attention to detail, with an organized process.
Experience with wide range of test equipment such as multi-meters, oscilloscopes, frequency counters, spectrum analyzers, electronic loads, power supplies, software test programs and other equipment.
Excellent hands-on skills with a mechanical aptitude.
Experience with schematics and PCB layouts.
Knowledge of ROS, Python, C++, or Electromechanical system design is very helpful.