Vicarious Surgical is hiring a Senior Electrical Engineer to join our team in Waltham, MA. As a Senior Electrical Engineer, you will take ownership of much of the hardware that runs our robotic device. You will work closely with embedded and mechanical engineers to specify and design solutions to complex real-world problems. As a senior contributor, you will have an impact on the architecture and direction of our electrical systems. Previous experience in medical devices or other regulated industries is desired.

Vicarious Surgical is a next generation robotics company developing a disruptive technology with the goal of increasing the efficiency of surgical procedure, improving patient outcomes and reducing healthcare costs.

This is a terrific opportunity for an experienced Electrical Engineering professional to join our company at a very exciting time and be a key member of a team of mission-driven and kind individuals with diverse experiences to lead Vicarious into its next phase of hyper-growth and market disruption.  

Responsibilities:

  • Designs electronic hardware for complex robotic systems
  • Works closely with Mechanical team to layout the physical PCBA package
  • Works closely with Embedded team to support processing and sensing needs
  • Manages component selection, schematic capture, and board layout in Altium
  • Manages the development of assembly test equipment
  • Performs board reliability assessment and failure diagnostics
  • Testing and documentation for robotic hardware
  • Provides guidance to product and technology teams.
  • Leads engineering teams to the successful completion of project goals

About You

  • 5+ years of electronics design experience
  • BS in electrical engineering, MS preferred
  • Experience with high-speed sampling and routing, BLDC electric motors and A/D
  • Strong analog and mixed signal design experience
  •  Experience with the design of Electrical Medical Equipment (IEC 60601)
  •  Familiarity with Altium and product lifecycle tools
  • Working knowledge of common communication interfaces (SPI, I2C, USB, etc.)
  • Experience in design for test, manufacturability and electromagnetic compatibility
  •  Working knowledge of Python and LabVIEW

Together, we share a love for learning and we are passionate teachers.  As a company, we set ambitious goals and individually, we share in that ambition. At the office, we enjoy each other’s company during happy hours, catered lunches and company celebrations.

 

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