We are looking for an expert in robotics and factory automation to join our team. We're looking for advice and expertise on how to solve certain automation and mechanical engineering problems as the project progresses. We would like someone that has dealt with these problems before and is therefore able to quickly find the right solution, guided by experience. For example, we would like to purchase an industrial robot and add one or two extra rotational axes. Do we buy a motor and controller from the manufacturer or from someone else? Do we design the rotational axes from scratch or are existing designs likely to exist? We're also planning to add several conveyors. We'll need to choose carefully which conveyor type and how it's purchased or made. At the moment, we're a new company without funding (yet) and so we have to be very resourceful in how we design our systems to stay within a budget we can prototype, test and purchase on a small budget.
This is a long term position. If you're the right person to join our team, the upside potential for your position is high.
In addition to automation expertise, we're looking for additional mechanical engineers that are extremely good at Solidworks. This part of the job requires the very best because the designs need to be created quickly but with elegant simplicity and cost in mind.