Senior Mechatronics/Robotics Engineer
- Mountain View, CA
Senior Mechatronics Engineer
Verb Surgical - a Google and Johnson & Johnson joint venture!
We are looking for an accomplished Mechatronics or Robotics engineer to join the Applied Research team.
You will be working with a top notch team on building the next generation of Surgical Robotics. You will be asked to take a leading role in the mechanical design of high performing robotic arms, master devices, actuators, transmissions, test fixtures and more.
You will need hands on CAD skills, and in-depth knowledge of integrated electro-mechanical designs, sensor, basic electronics, vendor management and manufacturing.
The ideal candidate will be passionate about integrated mechanical and electrical designs, with a track record of delivering complex systems end to end.
Required Qualifications and Experience
- Bsc/MS in Mechanical Engineering or related fields with 4+ years of experience
- Proven innovation track record
- Solid analytical foundation
- Extensive experience in machine and mechanism design
- Hands-on experience designing complex electromechanical systems
- Working knowledge in actuators, sensors and control systems
- Excellent communicator with users and across cross-functional team
- Background in ISO and FDA regulated environments preferred
- Demonstrated ability to lead projects and teams
Physical Demand: No physical demands required.
Who is Verb Surgical?
Verb Surgical™ is shaping the future of surgery. A new future, a future unimagined even a few years ago, which will involve machine learning, robotic surgery, instrumentation, advanced visualization, and data analytics. A future of surgery that aims to achieve improved patient outcomes, lower costs, and greater hospital efficiency.
Verb Surgical was founded with technology, expertise, and funding from Verily (formerly Google Life Sciences) and Ethicon, a medical device company in the Johnson & Johnson family of companies. This company will continue in strong partnership with Verily and Johnson & Johnson (Google and Johnson & Johnson Team for Robotic Surgery) to advance the surgical tools and capabilities available to surgeons and OR professionals today.
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