Mechanical Engineer
Confirmed live in the last 24 hours
The Boring Company

51-200 employees

Underground transportation networks & development
Company Overview
The Boring Company’s mission is to solve traffic, enable rapid point-to-point transportation and transform cities. The company is committed to building tomorrow’s transportation network by creating safe, fast-to-dig, and low-cost transportation, utility, and freight tunnels to ultimately enable rapid transit across densely populated regions.
Bastrop, TX, USA
Experience Level
Desired Skills
Mechanical Engineering
  • Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering
  • 1+ years of experience in design, build and testing
  • Hands-on hardware experience performing fabrication, assembly and/or testing - can be in a professional, academic or recreational setting
  • Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering
  • Proficiency using SolidWorks
  • Basic proficiency in machine design
  • Knowledgeable in mechatronics, mechanism design, fluid power system concepts and design, dynamics, material selection, testing methods, and common machining and fabrication processes
  • Experience in creating manufacturing drawings
  • Strong teamwork skills with a proven ability to effectively interact and collaborate with other engineering disciplines
  • Acute attention to detail
  • Willing to travel to job sites as required to commission & develop new designs, as well as troubleshoot and problem solve existing designs
  • Ability to work long hours and weekends as necessary
  • Design various systems and sub-systems related to operations such as boring machine parts, support systems, support system equipment, passenger/construction vehicles and tunnel infrastructure
  • Employ competent use of judgment, hand calculations, FEA and CAD to develop and communicate designs
  • Adhere to the project schedule and ensure timely completion from conception to implementation
  • Communicate schedule to stakeholders and others with dependent systems, bringing attention to changes in schedule as they happen
  • Constantly evaluate how the system fits into the larger picture of a working operation. Ensure that design choices are in line with the top level needs with ample consideration of future developments
  • Ensure all systems are compliant with appropriate regulations such as MSHA, OSHA, NEC, NFPA, Class 1 Division 2 Hazardous Location