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Senior Compliance Engineer
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Locations
Los Angeles, CA, USA • San Carlos, CA, USA • Remote
Experience Level
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Requirements
  • B.S., M.S., or Ph.D in Mechanical, Electrical, Software or equivalent engineering field
  • 5+ years of experience in the design and certification of complex electromechanical and/or robotic systems
  • Experience in compliance engineering, submitting products for domestic and global approvals, and obtaining regulatory certifications
  • Experience documenting technical requirements extracted from standards and certifications documents
  • Working knowledge of relevant standards and regulations (e.g. FCC, CE, UL2271, UL3300, UL4600, UN38.3)
  • Hands-on approach to the test and debugging of electromechanical systems
  • Fundamental knowledge of mechanical, electrical, and/or software engineering
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills for audiences ranging from technicians to senior executives
Responsibilities
  • Lead interdisciplinary teams to ensure compliance with all relevant certifications and standards at the system and subsystem level
  • Lead preliminary and formal compliance and certification testing performed at external agencies and third party test facilities
  • Lead interdisciplinary teams through complex root-cause analysis and resolution in which there are many possible root causes that involve various areas of engineering, using a structured approach for problem solving
  • Identify and prioritize certifications and standards relevant to the emerging and evolving field of public-facing robots
  • Develop system and subsystem requirements informed by relevant standards and certifications in collaboration with Systems Engineering
  • Manage relationships with external agencies shaping the compliance landscape for public-facing robots
Desired Qualifications
  • Experience in one or more of the following industries: automotive, medical, aerospace, robotics
  • Experience in autonomous systems and/or mobile robotics
  • Experience in safety-critical systems
Serve Robotics

51-200 employees

Self-driving robotic carrier manufacturer
Company Overview
Serve Robotics’ mission is to reimagine how things move in cities with their personable sidewalk robot designed for the future. The company has a Serve fleet that has been delighting merchants, customers, and pedestrians along the way in Los Angeles while doing commercial deliveries.