Tellext is a Canadian company dedicated to improving the quality of human lives by designing and
commercializing innovative robotics solutions. Our vision is to build a company based on the core values
of excellence, integrity, innovation, clarity and accountability. We believe in work-life balance and our
team is built with individuals who live and breathe this culture. They are the foundation of Tellext and
together, we are working towards building solutions to do more with less.
Our team is growing and we are now seeking a highly motivated electrical engineer to join our
development team. As an electrical engineer, you will be working in collaboration with mechanical and
software engineers to design, prototype and manufacture different subsystems of the robot.
Electrical and mechanical system design and manufacturing
Design, part sourcing, prototyping and test PCBs
Embedded systems software design
Assist and participate in the testing activities in lab and on-site
Communicate and collaborate with other software and hardware engineers
Creating wire harnesses and wire routing diagrams for the robot
Lead development of battery and charging systems for our robotics platform
Ensure the regulatory requirements in design and work with the certification agencies.
Use agile project management tools like Jira and Confluence
Maintain accurate documentation of product developments, experiments, purchases, etc.
BSc. in Electrical Engineering or related field.
Experienced in PCB Design, effective BOM selection, prototyping and testing.
Professional in embedded systems programming, C++ and Python
Knowledge of battery management systems, power distribution design, motor controllers, etc.
Hands on experience with electrical components, measurement devices, wire harnessing and soldering.
Strong background in using Altium or alternative software for electrical design.
Strong problems solving skills in testing and troubleshooting the electrical systems.
Excellent communication skills
Experience with robotics projects is an asset.
*At this time, this position is only open to those who currently able to commute to our workshop
located in Vancouver, BC or willing to relocate.
How to apply
If you would like to be part of our team, please apply by sending a cover letter and resume to: