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Sr. Mechanical Engineer / Product Design

£45k – £60k • 0.1% – 0.3%
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Join an elite engineering-driven team and have an immediate impact on defining what “voice as the next platform” truly means! Mobilus Labs is looking for a passionate Mechanical Engineer who loves designing, building, and testing complex wearable systems with a user centric approach. This role will join the team as a Mechanical Engineer to assist in building the Mobilus wearable voice device in a collaborative environment. You will be collaborating with fellow engineers, designers, and product managers in agile development with user testing in the loop. This role will also give our new team member the opportunity to explore new technologies in rapid prototyping, 3D printing, and mass manufacturing.

- Design Mobilus voice wearable for function, human factors, and manufacturability.
- Use in house facilities to rapid prototype and test mechanical components.
- Manage the subsystem and/or individual part designs from concept to production.
- Advance the design of vibration isolation between acoustic components.
- Manage mass production and system integration.
- Support user testing and development feedback.

- M.S. in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent work experience.
- 4+ years of product design/prototyping experience.
- Strong proficiency in 3D design modeling and simulation (Autodesk, Solidworks, etc.)
- Experience across manufacturing techniques (Machining, 3D printing, injection molding, etc.)
- Experience in design for manufacture (DFM) and design for assembly (DFA).
- Independent with good communication and team working skills.

- Previous experience designing and building wearables or other other digital devices (mobile phones, handheld radio, camera, etc.)

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