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Mechanical Engineer and Technician - Drones
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Not Applicable

Applications are considered on a rolling basis

Location: Stockholm

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Hiring Manager
Ahmed AlNomany

Job Description

Inkonova AB is a startup that develops drone solutions. Based in Stockholm, the capital on Sweden, it started selling in mid-2015, utilizing the tilt-rotor systems for commercial racing drones, creating one of the world’s fastest drones and beating a Lamborghini in a drag race, before switching focus to becoming the world’s first developer of drone solutions for underground mines.

What you'll do:
Support the mechanical architecture of new products.
Contribute to the overall design, analysis, documentation, and functional validation.
Conduct and participate in mechanical engineering evaluation and tests.
Interface with suppliers, partners, manufacturers, and operations, quality, tooling, and other development groups to ensure the successful development of new products.
Assemble future products that will be sold to clients. Possibly other tasks too.

Who we're looking for:
You have a B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering or equivalent.
You have 2+ years of relevant hands-on experience in mechanical and/or product design development.
You have extensive CAD modelling experience
You are familiar with common manufacturing processes.
You have a demonstrated record of working hard, being a trustworthy team-mate, holding yourself and others to high standards, and being kind to others.

Stockholm based and willing to travel 5% of time. Contract can be on company need basis.

Electrical or programming skill a plus (C++, PX4, ROS, Linux shell, SLAM, Python).

Knowledge of drone and their systems a plus.

Flying skills a plus.

Skills & Requirements
  • Mechanical design & CAD within the robotics area
  • Hands-on experience
  • Full engineering English proficiency
About the company

Inkonova develops drones for special missions. Currently developing the world's first drone solution for mines and tunnels, including a sub-solution that allows the drone to be autonomous.

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