Endeavor Robotics
  • - Engineering
  • MA, USA
  • Full Time

Endeavor is looking to grow to support ground robotic programs with the US Military! 


Who We Are:    Endeavor Robotics specializes in delivering and supporting battle-hardened and adaptable robotics. We are committed to design, develop and manufacture tactical robotics in the United States, and to work with industry leaders and government partners to deliver innovative, reliable, and the easiest to operate robot solutions.  To date, we have delivered more than 6,000 robots to more than 40 countries worldwide. We are headquartered in a new state of the art facility in Chelmsford, MA comprised of talented, passionate and dedicated employees pursuing the mission of designing and deploying robots that save lives and protect our service men and women from IED's, hazardous materials and other deadly threats.  Visit our website to learn more at www.endeavorrobotics.com


Job Title:             Senior Analog Electrical Engineer


Location:             Chelmsford, MA


How you will make a difference:

In this role, you will join our Electrical Engineering Department in creating world class electrical designs for robotic systems targeted for the Defense and Security markets. The candidate must have extensive knowledge and experience in designing analog and mixed signal electronics focusing on motor drivers and motion control subsystems. Additional experience with power management and battery charging is a plus. The successful candidate will enjoy working within a multidisciplinary team of some of the best and brightest engineers, engaging in the analysis, design, documentation, testing and manufacturing of complex robotic systems. This position requires excellent technical capabilities and communication skills.



  • Design and implement motion control solutions for complex robotic systems as part of a multidisciplinary engineering team.
  • Deliver prototypes and shippable hardware at a fast pace to meet short-term customer obligations and achieve competitive advantage.
  • Perform and document test and verification activities at the electrical circuit board and/or subsystem level.
  • Coordinate activities between engineering and customers (both internal and external), suppliers, and test houses.
  • Conduct design reviews and provide significant technical analysis and commentary on the system and engineering specification,
    schematic, PCB design, and verification phases of development.
  • Work independently on project tasks as well as with other team members across multiple disciplines (mechanical, software, and systems engineering).



  • Strong knowledge and experience in motor sizing & selection, motor driver amplifier design, and motion control subsystems.
  • Performance of trade-off analyses for conflicting requirements such as divergent motor torque and speed load points.
  • Thorough understanding of control theory and practical experience with emphasis on motor control applications.
  • Hands-on experience with field-oriented control, PI controllers, nested current and velocity motor control loops, and motor controller tuning.
  • Knowledge of DC Brushed and Brushless motor performance characteristics and specifications.
  • Demonstrable ability to create detailed hardware and functional specifications, and design verification reports.
  • Experience with schematic entry and basic printed circuit board design preferably in Altium.
  • Demonstrable knowledge of design for EMI, EMC, and ESD compliance.
  • Demonstrable knowledge of design for manufacturability and testability.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • 5+ years of relevant experience.
  • BSEE, MSEE preferred.


Desired Skills and Experience:

  • Experience with contacting and non-contacting battery chargers.
  • Experience with robotic systems.
  • Experience with circuit simulation tools (i.e. SPICE).
  • Experience with system simulation tools.
  • Intermediate/advanced Altium Designer skills.
  • Experience with PTC Windchill PLM system.
  • Familiarity with Microsoft SharePoint and OneNote tools.


Endeavor Robotics is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.  We are committed to building a diverse workforce and we actively encourage women, minorities, people with disabilities and veterans to apply.

Endeavor Robotics is committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodation to individuals with physical and mental disabilities.

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