Sarcos Electro-Mechanical Technicians are involved with all aspects of building Sarcos robotic systems because they can deal with all hardware related issues, both electronics and mechanical. This position requires extensive experience with complex mechatronic systems requires completing a wide variety of tasks including ordering components, stuffing PCB’s, fabricating cable/wiring harnesses, conducting quality inspections on subassemblies prepared by suppliers, testing and calibrating completed units, and installing electronics and building sub-assemblies of fabricated parts and equipment working from BOMs, solid models, fabrication drawings, and work instructions using standard hand and power tools. Electro-Mechanical Technicians work with bench top test devices, prototype robots, and production level robots. A successful candidate will be expected to work from BOMs, schematics, CAD models, fabrication drawings and work instructions. Electro-Mechanical Technicians will work closely with engineers and designers and install, repair, and maintain electronics tooling and equipment.