Jobs

Are you looking for something different?

To join a company where your ideas, skills and contribution will be valued?
We are always looking for talented, dedicated and enthusiastic people to join our team.

Please see links to the left for current job vacancies.

Engineered Arts Ltd is an equal opportunities employer.
Engineered Arts Ltd is an ethical robot company – we don’t work on any military or defence related projects.

No Agencies Please.

 

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3D Designer – Humanoid Robotics

 

Full Time Position £22,000 – 55,000 + Neg. Depending on ability

 

Unique opportunity to join a world leading robotics company

  • Do you have practical hands on ability to create functional and aesthetic designs?
  • An intuitive understanding of mechanics coupled with a keen eye for an elegant solution?
  • Ability to use and learn new software design tools?
  • Able to listen, absorb new ideas and extrapolate novel solutions?
  • Solid Modeling Experience?

This position is open to raw talent, with the ability and enthusiasm to learn quickly, through to experienced professionals looking for a new challenge.

 

You will work closely with our prototype production team – Engineered Arts Ltd operate a rapid prototype development cycle with state of the art in house production facilities.

 

Solid modelling with AutoDesk Inventor Professional

 

Brains and enthusiasm required. Friendly and flexible working environment, freedom to explore ideas and work on a world leading-humanoid robots.

 

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Mechanical Design Engineer – Robotics

 

Full Time Position £22,000 – 55,000 + Neg. Depending on ability

 

We will accept candidates with no formal qualifications if they can demonstrate the necessary skill set.

 

  • Do you have practical hands on ability to create functional and aesthetic designs?
  • An intuitive understanding of mechanics coupled with a keen eye for an elegant solution?
  • Ability to use and learn new software design tools?
  • Able to listen, absorb new ideas and extrapolate novel solutions?

 

This position is open to raw talent, with the ability and enthusiasm to learn quickly, through to experienced professionals looking for a new challenge.

 

Design of complex mechanical, pneumatic and motor driven systems. Simulation, calculation and analysis to optimise designs.

You will work closely with our prototype production team – Engineered Arts Ltd operate an extremely rapid prototype development cycle with state of the art in house production facilities.

 

Working with AutoDesk Inventor Professional

 

Brains and enthusiasm required. Friendly and flexible working environment, freedom to explore ideas and work on a world leading-humanoid robots.

 

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Software Developer

 

Full Time Position £22,000 – 50,000 + Neg. Depending on experience

Brains and enthuiasum required. Friendly and flexible working enviroment, freedom to explore ideas and work on a world leading-humanoid robots. Pure Linux enviroment.
HTML5, ExtJS, Python, WebGL, C , C++ with Boost

Engineered Arts Ltd is an equal opportunities employer.

 

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Internship & Trainee Positions – Paid

 

We currently have intern / trainee positions available!

Duration 6 months (min.) to 12 months

We pay our trainees and interns  £10,400 – £15,600 PA depending on age / experience.

Open to school leavers, college graduates at all levels.

Excellent opportunities to start a career in creative engineering, working on exciting high profile, world class robotics projects.

 

Engineered Arts ltd will consider any candidate regardless of academic qualifications or lack of, who can demonstrate one or more of the following abilities:

 

  • Practical hands on expertise making things, preferably mechanical, electrical, electronic.
  • Ability to write clean and functional code in Python, C++, JS

 

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School Work Experience

 

Engineered Arts Ltd offer 1 or 2 work placements a year for local area school students, these run for one week only.

 

There’s a lot of competition for these places and we will choose students that we think will benefit the most from a weeks experience.

We base our decision on what you have done, and the personal dedication you have shown to making, coding or design.

Ability to pass exams is not necessarily the the most useful thing for designing and building cutting edge robots!

 

To apply:

We want to see what you have made: drawings, cardboard models, electronic projects, woodwork, metalwork,  Lego models, Meccano, clothes and cookery (exotic) all count.

 

If you’re into coding we like to see working code examples preferably in Python or JS – send us a link to your JS Fiddle project or similar.

Please send links to images, videos or online demo code for programmers.

 

Use YouTube, Vimeo, Google Drive, Instagram or similar online resources to store your work.

How to Apply

 

Our recruitment policy is evidence based, we like to see what you can actually do.
Formal qualifications look nice on a CV, but they don’t mean much without the practical ability to achieve results.
Please send links to code repositories, images, videos etc. showing us what you have worked on.
Personal projects are highly valued, a photo of a rough model made with cardboard and hot glue is better than nothing.

 

Tell us about your hobbies, are you a photographer, performance artist, stunt pilot, musician, poet, cook or surfer?

 

Please send links -> not attachments.

YouTube, Flickr, Google Drive, personal website, GitHub, Etc.

 

The sort of things we like to see:

 

Software:

 

  • Code:  C++, Python, JS, Haskell, CUDA
  • Version control – your code on GitHub, Mercurial, SVN
  • A personal project on JS Fiddle
  • Contribution to a FOS project

 

Mechanical Design:

 

  • A working example of mechanism you have designed – can be virtual
  • Pictures or videos of any robots you have worked on – please make your contribution clear
  • A personal project, an invention, a concept, a real or virtual model
  • Evidence of solid modelling experience – a downloadable file in STEP or IGES format
  • Lego, Meccano or other similar projects

 

3D Design:

 

  • Real 3d objects you have designed and or made 
  • Evidence of solid modelling experience – a downloadable file in STEP or IGES format
  • Drawings and sketches done by hand
  • Photos, videos presentations in PDF format.

 

Electronic And Embedded:

  • Video of your control system working – could be a drone an RC project, an automated goldfish feeder
  • Links to embedded code
  • circuit diagrams, schematics and project notes

 

CNC Programmer Operators:

 

  • Photos or videos or parts you have made
  • Any personal projects, a vehicle restoration, a thing made of metal or plastic
  • Screen grabs showing a machining strategy

 

CV’s in PDF format only please.
CV’s without supporting evidence will be ignored.

Email application

Please send real verifiable evidence of what you can do, links only please NO ATTACHMENTS:
DO NOT send us anything in MS proprietary formats, DocX etc.