MECHATRONICS ENGINEER

At Kea Robotics, you’re not only working on state-of-the-art automation topics – You’re shaping an entire sector.

Your Roles and Responsibilities

  • Responsibility for electric and electronic design of the robot
  • Responsibility for safety engineering and certification 
  • Development of mechatronic components
  • Integration of our robot in automation facilities
  • PCB design
  • Supervise and support development partners
 

We are looking for… 

  • Structured way of working to transform requirements into real-world solutions
  • Passionate about and accustomed to agile development
  • Pragmatic mindset
  • BA/MA in CS, EE or a related technical field
  • Relevant practical experience
  • Skills in C, C++ and Python are beneficial
  • Experienced in the development of embedded software 
  • Fluent in English, preferably German as well
  • Knowledge of at least two of the following:
    • Electronics design (schematics, layout, testing)
    • Safety engineering, certification
    • Industrial bus communication

About Us 

Our vision is to make robots as versatile and easy-to-use as a powertool. Robots which can be used and adapted within minutes, anywhere, anytime and by anyone. 

We are a young and well-funded startup about to go to market with our modular robots in 2021. You would join in the exciting transition phase from prototype to full industry-ready product. 

On our mission to revolutionize industrial robots, we value ownership, responsibility and independence. We care about psychological safety, honest feedback and positive team culture! 

Benefits

  • Flexible working hours
  • Team Events, get-togethers, movie nights, hiking trips and much more
  • Competitive salary
  • Top notch MacBook, Linux or Windows machine of your choice 

 

Apply now!

 

Team

We’re a team of founders with diverse backgrounds and vast industry experience in robotics. We put the needs of our customers first, embrace challenges and are technology-natives. We have come together to make flexible robots available for everyone. 

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