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Mechanical Engineering Intern

What would you be doing?

We are seeking a highly motivated student with a strong technical background in mechanical engineering, and a passion for automation, robotics, agriculture or sustainability. As a Mechanical Engineering Intern, you will be working with our technical lead and engineering team to develop our automated machine vision systems that get deployed nationwide at customer farms. While focusing on engineering design, prototyping, and building our machine vision systems, you will get to wear many hats and be exposed to many dimensions of building a deep-tech product.

You’ll have the opportunity to make a big impact on the company, learn a lot, and have fun! It will be a unique experience working in a fast-moving startup while also getting to network with other interns and startups that work at Greentown Labs.

Responsibilities may include
  • Development of high-fidelity CAD models.
  • Iterating on electromechanical designs through prototyping and testing.
  • Design for manufacture, assembly, and reliability.
  • Writing technical documentation, guides, and manuals.
  • Building electromechanical assemblies.

Degree Requirement:
  • Pursuing a Bachelor’s, Master’s, or PhD in Mechanical Engineering, Robotics, or other relevant fields of study.

Required Skills and Qualifications:
  • Experience developing complex parts and assemblies in SolidWorks.
  • Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing.
  • Experience doing design for manufacture and assembly.
  • Experience with designing electromechanical systems (e.g. motors, sensors).
  • Strong technical writing skills.

Other Valued Skills and Qualifications:
  • Strong communicator with experience giving technical presentations.
  • Familiarity with machine shop and manufacturing processes.
  • Experience setting up and using a CAD PDM system.
  • Experience writing assembly and/or operating manuals.
  • Experience integrating localization sensing such as SLAM and fiducials.
  • Familiarity with farms/greenhouses.