Avionics Mechanical Engineer
Harness
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Reliable Robotics

51-200 employees

Automated aviation systems
Company Overview
Reliable Robotics Corporation is a pioneer in automated aviation systems, striving to enhance safety and convenience in air transportation, thereby transforming global mobility. The company's competitive advantage lies in its technical prowess in automation, which significantly reduces human error and increases efficiency in the aviation sector. With a culture that values safety and convenience, Reliable Robotics is a leader in its industry, setting new standards for air transportation.
Industrial & Manufacturing
Robotics & Automation
B2B

Company Stage

Series C

Total Funding

$133.5M

Founded

2017

Headquarters

Mountain View, California

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

12%

1 year growth

21%

2 year growth

27%
Locations
Mountain View, CA, USA
Experience Level
Entry
Junior
Mid
Senior
Expert
Desired Skills
CAD
CategoriesNew
Avionics
Materials & Structures
Mechanical Engineering
Design Engineering
Aerospace Engineering
Requirements
  • BS in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or equivalent industry experience
  • 2+ years experience in mechanical or avionics hardware design
  • Ability to route harnessing (both in CAD and physically in the airplane) in a strategic manner
  • Experience working with connectors, backshells, EMI shielding, and cable/wire protection methods
  • Experience designing and analyzing structural mounts
  • A love of spatial packaging
  • Be logical, inquisitive, and eager to both teach and learn
Responsibilities
  • Work with the avionics team to define the hardware interfaces
  • Design detailed harnesses including definition of the harness routing
  • Design and test enclosures for environmental protection
  • Design the structural mounts for securing the hardware in the airplane
  • Design, install, and test hardware on a remotely operated aircraft
  • Support subsequent flight test
  • Participate in how hardware teams come together on the airplane