At Udelv, we are creating a new type of driverless delivery vehicle. We are first-movers in the autonomous delivery sector and were the first to complete a commercial last mile autonomous delivery on public streets in the US. Udelv is using advanced transportation and autonomous driving technologies to revolutionize logistics. The company recently announced a breakthrough partnership with Mobileye, an Intel company, to use Mobileye’s autonomous driver on its next-generation vehicle, the Transporter. We have also announced the largest pre-order to date in the autonomous vehicle industry with a 1,000 Transporter pre-order from Donlen, one of America’s largest commercial fleet management companies.

Udelv’s mission is to reinvent and become the dominant player of the fast growing trillion-dollar global delivery market by reducing delivery costs up to 50%, lowering carbon emissions and making our roads safer and less congested.

Position Description:

As an Electrical Engineer you will join a team responsible for designing and developing Udelv’s next generation smart cargo delivery systems (uPodTM), which will be carried by Udelv’s TransporterTM autonomous vehicle. You will collaborate with the broader engineering team to create robust robotic actuation systems and sophisticated sensing solutions to improve the logistics and delivery industry. You will join a nimble, creative, passionate, and diverse organization with many opportunities for growth and experience while playing an integral part in fast-paced and exciting projects from start-to-finish.


  • Own and design electrical subsystems as part of broader product development.
  • Collaborate with cross-functional teams on feature implementation and design.
  • Lead rapid prototyping of subsystems as proof of concepts.
  • Create engineering documentation such as architecture diagrams, schematics, harness drawings and technical publications (theory of operations, maintenance manuals, etc.).
  • Create test plans and implement them on the bench to validate subsystems and overall system.
  • Fabricate harnesses for testing and integration purposes.
  • Create validation procedures to ensure the full system complies with functional requirements.
  • Troubleshoot, identify, document and drive to issue resolution.
  • Refine systems for manufacturing and deployment.
  • Apply best engineering practices, innovate in design, and deploy high quality hardware to answer the transportation needs of tomorrow.


  • 2-3 Years of experience (or relevant academic projects and engineering teams such as FSAE, Design Build Fly, EcoCAR Mobility Challenge, Intercollegiate Robotics Team, etc.).
  • Good knowledge of EE fundamentals.
  • Good understanding of motion / control systems theory and physics.
  • Component and system integration, testing and verification at the subsystem and vehicle level.
  • Debugging skills using EE tools such as oscilloscopes, digital multimeter, protocol and/or logic analyzers, signal generator (PCAN Explorer, Vector Tools, Mototune, LT SPICE, Multisim, etc.).
  • Exposure to typical peripheral interfaces such as high-speed serial interfaces (USB, Ethernet) and low-speed serial interfaces (CAN, SPI, I2C, RS-232, LIN).
  • Ability to create technical drawings at system, component, and interface levels.
  • Electrical harness design, fabrication, testing, troubleshooting and rework.
  • Comfortable working collaboratively with documentation and revision control.
  • Enthusiastic about both team collaboration and executing work individually.


B.Eng./B.S. in Electrical Engineering, Robotics, Automotive Engineering, Mechatronics or related fields.

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