Flight Research Engineering Technician
- Work closely with engineering to develop and build our latest hardware, primarily propulsion motors, actuators and small electronics.
- Assemble hardware for use on test stands or on aircraft while maintaining associated documentation. This will involve mechanical assembly of parts and sub-systems, etc.
- Develop assembly methods and tools on quickly developing designs.
- 5+ years experience as NPI (new product introduction) or engineering technician.
- Experience with mechanical component assembly and systems integration of mechanical systems.
- Able to work in a fast-paced environment and maintain high standards of work.
- Strong work ethic.
- Team oriented attitude.
- Strong oral and written communication skills.
- Excellent problem-solving techniques and analytical ability.
- Experience with high vacuum systems, vacuum chambers
- Experience with cryogenic fluids such as liquid nitrogen and liquid hydrogen
- Experience with CAD, PLM/PDM systems
- Experience with electronic instrumentation of laboratory test set-ups
- Proficiency with machining, welding, and overall mechanical craftsmanship a plus.
- Experience working on high voltage systems and/or complex electromechanical systems.
Compensation at Joby is a combination of base pay and Restricted Stock Units (RSUs). The target base pay for this position is $44-$55/hour. The compensation package will be determined by job related knowledge, skills, and experience. Joby also offers a comprehensive benefits package, including paid time off, healthcare benefits, a 401(k) plan with a company match, an employee stock purchase plan (ESPP), short-term and long-term disability coverage, life insurance, and more.
Joby Aviation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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