Electrical Engineer - Hardware Product Care

Zurich, Switzerland
Hardware R&D – ANYmal System /
Full time /
Hybrid
ANYbotics is a fast-growing tech company dedicated to shaping the future of mobile robotics across multiple industries. Join our highly talented and motivated team of more than 130 people and work on cutting-edge robot technology.

The Opportunity

We are looking for an Electrical Engineer (80 - 100%) to join our team of PIONEERS and robot enthusiasts. We develop custom hardware/electronic solutions which ultimately enable our robot to perform its inspection and maintenance tasks repeatedly and reliably. The complexity of our robots requires careful orchestration of multiple disciplines, thus a lively collaboration of experts in the fields of mechanical, software and production engineering is essential for the success of our products. We are passionate about deploying excellent robotics systems and take full responsibility for the quality of our hardware design. 


The Market & Our Technology

ANYbotics transforms industrial plants in the energy, process, and utility sector by introducing robotics to a wide range of novel applications that so far were beyond reach. Our customers are large asset operators and industrial service providers pioneering the use of robotics technology for inspection and maintenance. Our mobile robot ANYmal uses legs for extreme mobility in complex environments, camera- and LIDAR-based sensing for full autonomy and obstacle avoidance, and AI for high-quality and consistent inspection results. We develop numerous customized hardware systems, including the entire robotic platform, actuators, sensors, inspection payloads, charging systems, and all related ANYbotics electrical hardware.

Your Contributions:

    • In collaboration with other electrical, software, mechanical and production experts, you will design and improve our robot’s electronics closely following our guidelines, engineering procedures, which include thorough review and release processes
    • Verify all designs and hardware upgrades against the corresponding product/system requirements, including electromagnetic compatibility, functional safety and  radio frequency compliance
    • Develop and productize electronics for new functions and accessories of our robotic system
    • Drive the introduction of improvements to the manufacturability and testability of our electronics in addition to continuously easing the assembly process for our robotic products
    • Launch, drive and/or coordinate deep investigations on complex electronics-related challenges
    • Conduct commissioning of PCB’s incl. documentation, calculation and simulation
    • Contribute to a productive working relationship with our operations & software development teams

Your profile:

    • Degree in electrical engineering (Bachelor’s or Master’s) from a University or University of Applied Sciences
    • A minimum of 3 years of industrial experience with a proven track record in e.g. design for manufacturing, design for assembly and/or design for testing 
    • Proficient in creating schematics and layouts for complex multi-layered PCBA systems with common design software, compliant with manufacturing and industry standards
    • Strong knowledge base in design of custom, electromagnetically-compliant electronic systems and experience coordinating engineering change requests, non-conformity reports and general continuous quality improvements 
    • Ability to verify and troubleshoot electronic systems including a solid hands-on approach using standard and advanced electrical measurement equipment
    • Good command of English both written and spoken

Bonus Points:

    • Experience with mechatronic hardware systems
    • Firmware programming
    • ROS/ROS2 knowledge


We offer you a very exciting and dynamic work environment, the opportunity to become part of a fast-growing company and an ambitious team that is on a mission to change the industrial inspection market, a chance to leverage your experience and bring in your own ideas, a fair market salary, an attractive employee stock ownership plan, and a job in the city of Zurich.