Uhnder is the leader in digital imaging radar technologies for automotive and next-generation mobility applications. Based on Digital Code Modulation (DCM), Uhnder's fully software-defined radar-on-chip (RoC) and sensor modules enable highest-resolution digital perception for ADAS, AV, and logistics automation systems. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, Uhnder is the only supplier of digital imaging radar chips and systems.

 

Job Description:

Uhnder is seeking a Mechanical Lab Technician to join the Hardware Systems team in Austin, TX. As a Mechanical Lab Technician, you will join a team of industry experts spanning mixed-signal, RF, digital, systems, and software disciplines to ensure that our technology exceeds the rigorous demands of the automotive and next-generation mobility markets. The candidate must be an excellent team player, self-motivated, and able to work with cross-functional teams across multiple geographies. This position is located in Austin, TX and may be filled at multiple levels depending on experience.

 

Job responsibilities include:

·         Conduct mechanical engineering related testing, machining, purchasing, and troubleshooting of electromechanical parts and assemblies

·         Perform environmental tests on electronic and electromechanical devices in accordance with UL, CSA, IEC and governmental standards Interpret test results, perform data analysis and create written reports.

·         Assist in the selection and procurement of supplies.

·         Assist in the construction of specialized test fixtures and equipment.

·         Test, maintain and evaluate mechanical lab equipment.

·         Fabricate prototypes using traditional fabrication techniques as well as 3D printing and other rapid prototyping technologies.

·         Perform troubleshooting and modification of existing sensors, test jigs/brackets, and other electromechanical related parts and assemblies.

 

Job Requirements and Qualifications

·         Minimum 2 years’ experience as a technician or experience working in a machine shop.

·         Ability to troubleshoot electromechanical assemblies.

·         Ability to conduct basic electromechanical related testing.

·         Experience building wooden structures.

·         Hands-on experience with machine shop equipment (mill, lathe, bandsaw, and hand tools).

·         Experience with 3D printing and other prototype techniques.

·         Knowledge of Handling ESD Protected Material.

·         Trained in the use of proper PPE practices.

·         High school graduate, college level course work preferred.

·         Experience with Python to control electromechanical assemblies and test fixtures is preferred.

·         Excellent verbal and written English communication skills

·         Proactive communication with, and support for, cross functional teams such as Design, Operations, Applications, and Software, both locally and in remote design centers.