Lead Mechatronic Engineer

Lynx Recruitment Ltd

Posted on May 28, 2024 by Lynx Recruitment Ltd
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
Engineering
Immediate Start
Annual Salary
Full-Time

Location: Cambridge

We're seeking an experienced Lead Mechatronic Engineer to spearhead the development of our autonomous harvesting robot. In this role, you'll design, build, and test prototypes, ensuring the system's robustness and manufacturability for market readiness.

Responsibilities:
Lead the design and development of the robotic platform for precision harvesting.
Integrate sensors, electronics, software, and electromechanical devices into cost-effective designs.
Collaborate with cross-functional teams on system integration and manufacturing processes.
Conduct field trials and validation at grower sites.
Manage projects, partnerships, and suppliers to meet timelines and budgets.
Present technical reports and updates to senior leadership.
Oversee CAD and PDM infrastructure, providing training and support.

Qualifications/Experience:
Degree in Mechatronic Engineering or equivalent.
5+ years of product development experience in robotics or manufacturing.
Expertise in SolidWorks, Altium, and the full product development life cycle.
Proficient in 3D CAD modelling, tolerance analysis, and design for manufacturability.
Ability to lead projects, interpret customer needs, and translate requirements.
Skilled in managing multiple projects, deadlines, and priorities.
Experience with design for manufacturing principles and FEA (preferred).
Familiarity with robot arm actuators, end-effectors/grippers, and soft robotics.
Strong problem-solving, analytical, and organizational skills.
Excellent team player with the ability to work autonomously.
Proficient in MS Office tools
Job Types: Full-time, Permanent


Reference: 2767066527

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Lynx Recruitment Ltd

Lead Mechatronic Engineer

Lynx Recruitment Ltd

Posted on May 28, 2024 by Lynx Recruitment Ltd

Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
Engineering
Immediate Start
Annual Salary
Full-Time

Location: Cambridge

We're seeking an experienced Lead Mechatronic Engineer to spearhead the development of our autonomous harvesting robot. In this role, you'll design, build, and test prototypes, ensuring the system's robustness and manufacturability for market readiness.

Responsibilities:
Lead the design and development of the robotic platform for precision harvesting.
Integrate sensors, electronics, software, and electromechanical devices into cost-effective designs.
Collaborate with cross-functional teams on system integration and manufacturing processes.
Conduct field trials and validation at grower sites.
Manage projects, partnerships, and suppliers to meet timelines and budgets.
Present technical reports and updates to senior leadership.
Oversee CAD and PDM infrastructure, providing training and support.

Qualifications/Experience:
Degree in Mechatronic Engineering or equivalent.
5+ years of product development experience in robotics or manufacturing.
Expertise in SolidWorks, Altium, and the full product development life cycle.
Proficient in 3D CAD modelling, tolerance analysis, and design for manufacturability.
Ability to lead projects, interpret customer needs, and translate requirements.
Skilled in managing multiple projects, deadlines, and priorities.
Experience with design for manufacturing principles and FEA (preferred).
Familiarity with robot arm actuators, end-effectors/grippers, and soft robotics.
Strong problem-solving, analytical, and organizational skills.
Excellent team player with the ability to work autonomously.
Proficient in MS Office tools
Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

Reference: 2767066527

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