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Manufacturing Engineer - Supply Chain

Formlabs
Somerville
22 hours ago
+16
Collaborate with design engineers moving products from design to production. Procure materials for development and manufacturing; identifying and ordering the proper parts quantities, negotiate pricing and shipment terms and overseeing the delivery of materials needed to fulfill customer orders. Implement cost reduction measures through contract negotiation, identifying multiple sources and value engineering. Identify and evaluating new vendors. Data compilation and reporting to provide status updates on supply chain effectiveness and opportunities for improvement.

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Senior R&D Engineer

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Chemical Compliance Specialist

Materials Technician

Mechanical Engineer - Thermal

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Hardware Test Engineer

Mechanical Engineer

Mechanical Engineering Manager

Principal Mechanical Engineer

Senior Electrical Engineer

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Additive Training Engineer

Markforged
Watertown
1 day ago
+25
Key responsibilities for this role include preparing, conducting and evaluating technical training programs; developing training materials and assessments; conducting classes on operating Markforged printers (composites and metals), Design for Additive Manufacturing and building business cases for using additive; and providing post-training reports to customers, partners and internal stakeholders.

Senior Mechanical Engineer

Electrical Engineer

Electrical Hardware Engineer

Toast
Greater Boston Area
1 week ago
+45
As an Electrical Hardware Engineer, you participate in the design, analysis, and prototyping of new products. You’ll work in a product-oriented development environment and collaborate with suppliers and outside sources to design and deliver products through production. We are in a very competitive field, so we need you to innovate and develop iconic computing devices for the fast-paced POS hardware field. You’ll need to have a solid electrical design background, as well as familiarity with fast-paced development lifecycles. You will be expected to work closely with cross functional teams in operations, product development, program management and hardware to define and deliver outstanding products. We empower small teams to do a lot in a fast-paced work environment.

Senior Systems Engineer

F0CAL
Cambridge
1 week ago
As a senior member of the FØCAL engineering team, you will oversee daily operations and engineering tasking. You’ll work closely with the CEO/CTO and Head of Product to define the scope and impact of strategic decisions and customer demand. You senior-level experience and interest in being a key member of a small engineering team will establish your position as the team’s mentor and expert. A highly active and dynamic startup environment will

Electrical Engineer

Skylla Technologies
Lexington
1 week ago
+16
Boston area robotics startup Skylla Technologies is seeking an Electrical Engineer to join the team. We're looking for a self-starter who can be a pivotal member to a group building new and exciting robotics technologies. Your Role: Work as a key member in a small team developing robotic technologies. Design robot controller hardware as well as a wide assortment of other boards and electrical systems. Responsibilities: - Design, test, and

Senior Mechanical Engineer

SmartSense by Digi
Greater Boston Area
1 week ago
+36
Dive into an empowered mechanical engineering role developing products from concept to design to manufacture. You will design, implement, and deliver high quality mechanical designs which will result in hundreds-of-thousands of SmartSense’s devices. You will be a key member of an Agile Engineering team producing a variety of products, and address a variety of environments. You will learn to work with numerous different sensor and wireless technologies, situated in a variety of environments and applications. Choose when to hack and when to invest. You’ll apply judgment to where we can get the most benefit for our efforts, and you’ll help guide high-level architectural decisions.

Director/Manager Hardware Engineering

SmartSense by Digi
Greater Boston Area
1 week ago
+36
Dive into an empowered role managing hardware and firmware development. You’ll be familiar with all parts of our hardware and firmware—high precision sensors, low power radios, cellular modems, robust mechanical cases, and efficient algorithms and protocols. You will be driving the optimal utilization of our agile hardware/firmware team members developing cutting edge hardware while helping to ensure SmartSense is an amazing place for engineers to work. To do so, you’ll exercise judgment every day working with our product owners and our amazing hardware, firmware, and mechanical engineers to make tradeoffs between what we build and how will build it and when we have enough value to release. You’ll lead engineers to build complex, power-efficient, robust, and secure systems and have significant influence on the fire hose of value we deliver to our customers. You’ll work closely with engineering executives to grow and scale the development teams as we continue to grow. 

Electrical Engineer

SmartSense by Digi
Greater Boston Area
1 week ago
+36
Dive into an empowered electrical engineering role. You’ll use all of your varied skills (electrical, firmware, mechanical) to enhance our existing products and help design our next generation of IoT devices. This is an opportunity to design, produce, and deploy custom hardware and firmware across the globe. You will create the cutting-edge sensors, embedded systems, and wireless sensor networks that enable SmartSense to succeed. You will be responsible for everything from high level design specifications, to circuit design, to board layout, to protocol definitions, to firmware development, to RF characterization, to real-world testing. This is an opportunity to take professional ownership of your work, from ideation to deployment. Choose when to hack and when to invest. You’ll apply judgment to where we can get the most benefit for our efforts.

Technical Lead (Infrastructure & Security)

Soroco
Greater Boston Area
1 week ago
A Technical Lead in Soroco's Infrastructure & Security team reports directly to Soroco's Head of Infrastructure and Security and is responsible for architecting and engineering some of Soroco's more advanced and large-scale infrastructure systems. As part of these responsibilities, the Technical Lead will lead a team of engineers across some of Soroco's clients to deliver highly reliable systems. The Technical Lead will also periodically engage directly with the client to understand requirements and educate the client on Soroco's infrastructure and security practices. The types of systems the Technical Lead would be responsible for would contain a balance of DevOps, distributed systems, data science, and machine learning (or statistical techniques). The goal is to monitor and analyze large data sets, apply learning techniques to them, and then to automate IT operations based on the learnings at scale.

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