Honeybee Robotics is looking for an awesome, experienced Systems Engineer with expertise in guiding projects and multi-disciplinary teams from early phase through product delivery for aerospace, defense and/or industrial clients.
In this role, you will typically lead up to five engineers in the development of a product or one or more of its components and will coordinate the engineering talent to complete projects. You will offer technical solutions to resolve complex system requirements and design issues; develop execution plans and guide a multi-disciplinary project team; work with a Project Manager to ensure timely completion within budget; and assist in business development activities.
•Responsible for developing, defining, and designing system requirements.
•Analyzes systems requirements to determine feasibility of design within time and cost constraints.
•Assesses architecture and current hardware limitations, defines and designs complex system specifications, input/output processes and working parameters for hardware/software compatibility.
•Coordinates design of subsystem and integration of total system.
•Strong analytical and problem solving techniques
•Time management and prioritization
•Team management and coordination
•Proficient with a variety of computer aided design & analysis tools (e.g. solid modeling, FEA, etc.)
•Excellent reporting and presentation skills
•Experience with DFM methods and techniques
•4+ years WORKING as a systems engineer including all phases of development including requirements analysis, design, process development, and validation testing
•7+ years of experience in robotic and/or electromechanical systems development
•Experience with and knowledge of defense robotics market
•Familiarity with Autodesk Inventor
•Familiarity with Matlab
•Security Clearance: No
•US Citizenship: Required per government contracts
•Minimum Required Education: BSME or equivalent
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