Hardware Integration Engineer

North Kingstown, Rhode Island
Engineering – Engineering /
Full-time - On-site /
REGENT is building the seaglider; the first electric flying machine that will transport commercial passengers. With a vehicle that never flies higher than a few meters off the water, we unlock the ability to fly twice as far as an electric aircraft, and certification by maritime authorities which will let us fly first passengers by mid-decade.   
We are backed by the world’s best investors: the same investors who are behind SpaceX, Anduril, and Boom Supersonic, in addition to strategic investors like Lockheed Martin, Japan Airlines, and Hawaiian Airlines. We have over $9B in orders from some of the industry’s largest operators and are hard at work getting our full-scale, human-carrying prototype on the water next year. 

As a Hardware Integration Engineer at REGENT, you will work on integrating, testing, and maintaining the embedded systems that control our seagliders. You will work with a variety of hardware and communication protocols, as well as a large set of programming languages and frameworks. In this position, you will play an integral role in getting our first-generation seaglider in the air!

Roles and Responsibilities:

    • Integrate, test, and maintain the embedded systems that control our seagliders
    • Develop software and hardware in support of a range of embedded system tools and infrastructure
    • Work on development of our Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) system, Sensor subsystem Testbeds, Tools for Sensor and Actuator Maintenance, and more!

Required Qualifications and Skills:

    • Bachelor’s degree or greater in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, or similar
    • 2+ years of relevant experience integrating and testing complex systems involving both hardware and software
    • Scripting experience in Python, MATLAB, or Bash
    • Experience with programming in C/C++, specifically in Linux or for embedded targets
    • Experience with Wire Harness Design and Fabrication
    • Experience with common electrical lab equipment like Oscilloscopes, Multimeters, Signal Generators, etc.
    • Comfortable reading electrical schematics
    • Familiar with common embedded comms protocols like I2C, SPI, RS422/485, CAN Bus

Desired Qualifications and Skills:

    • 4+ years of relevant work experience with safety-critical software experience (aerospace, medical, automotive, or similar applications)
    • Experience building simulation environments with Simulink, LabVIEW, or similar
    • Experience with common electrical lab equipment like Oscilloscopes, Multimeters, Signal Generators, etc.
    • Familiar with object-oriented software design principles

Bonus Points:

    • FAA pilot’s license or boating/sailing experience
Working at REGENT, you’ll be in a fast-paced environment with exciting new challenges daily and abundant growth opportunities. Your coworkers are passionate about building zero-emission, high-speed seagliders that will revolutionize coastal transportation. Our team works collaboratively and across disciplines to safely marry the latest technologies from Aviation, Aerospace, and Maritime engineering. REGENT offers competitive benefits including healthcare, dental, and vision plans as well as an employee equity incentive plan.

REGENT is committed to providing our employees with benefits to support their complete well-being, from excellent health, dental, and vision insurance, to an unlimited vacation policy. 

Our Benefits & Perks include:
·       100% of annual premiums covered for healthcare, dental, and vision insurance
·       Relocation packages offered
·       HSA plans available
·       Paid parental leave
·       Employee equity incentive plan
·       Free lunch catered daily
·       Office amenities include snacks, drinks, and coffee and espresso bar
·       Dog-friendly office
·       Flexible hours and generous PTO
·       Paid holidays, including company summer and winter breaks
·       401(k) plan

Equal Opportunity
REGENT is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical or mental disability, genetic factors, military/veteran status, or other characteristics protected by law.