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Junior Mechanical Engineer

Atlanta, GA (On-site)
Full-Time
Applications are considered on a rolling basis

Opportunity

Endeavour has an exciting opportunity for a Junior Mechanical Engineer to join our GridBlock team and help build the first plug-n-play energy router system.

Endeavour is the main hub—a self-sustaining incubation platform for innovation—within a larger ecosystem focused on sustainable infrastructure. It provides the space, time, and all necessary resources to take advanced technologies from ideation through development to launch. Because of Endeavour’s unique business model and ability to cut through red tape, work progresses quickly. As the Junior Mechanical Engineer in this fast-paced and dynamic environment, you will participate in the mechanical design of modules, enclosures and assemblies that are part of the GridBlock product. GridBlock is a smart energy router that manages the flow of energy between multiple sources and loads simultaneously and provides autonomous microgrid protection. GridBlock simplifies integration of solar PV, energy storage and EV fleet charging with new tools to improve grid resiliency.

The Junior Mechanical Engineer needs to be agile, professional, and comfortable in a rapidly changing environment. The right person is trustworthy with confidential information, highly organized, self-motivated, has excellent communication skills, can think strategically, and works equally as well independently as with a team. Endeavour values efficiency and strives to maintain smooth operations. We achieve this by empowering our people, by providing autonomy and flexibility in the way we work, by developing a habit of constant, open communication, and by creating a culture of excellence, appreciation, trust, and respect.

The Junior Mechanical Engineer is a vital member of Endeavour’s GridBlock team. We are looking for someone with strong design and analytical skills to be an integral part of the design, rapid-prototyping, and volume manufacturing of the GridBlock sub-systems.

At Endeavour, we are highly selective about the people we bring on board because our ecosystem depends on it. Change happens quickly here, and we must be able to trust one another to be honest, communicative, strategic, reliable, and driven. We seek ultra-creatives and superstar performers with a sense of humility and a hunger to make a positive impact in the world. Endeavour offers flexibility and endless growth opportunities to those who can harness their skills and talents and identify how and where to use them to add value. Growth at Endeavour means expanding outward, not upward, because there is no corporate ladder here to climb. Your path is in your hands, and Endeavour’s team is here to support you! At the heart of our ecosystem is a diverse group of bright, passionate, dedicated people, working together to make a real difference. Are you ready to join the journey?

Reports to:
Lead Power Electronics Engineer

Key Responsibilities

  • Participate in mechanical design tasks for modules, enclosures, assemblies that are a part of an environmentally rated industrial product.
  • Design and develop CAD models during product development cycles.
  • Develop, manage, and own mechanical bill of materials, drawings, assembly instructions and data pertaining to manufacturing processes.
  • Perform structural and stress analysis using FEA tools.
  • Participate in thermal design and CFD analysis.
  • Perform design for manufacturing, design for test and other reviews (DFx) as part of the product development cycle.
  • Prototype, manufacture and assemble modules, sub-assemblies, and components for different projects.
  • Interface with contract manufacturing partners and vendors to facilitate design translations, prototyping, manufacturing, and testing.
  • Interface with the hardware and system engineering teams to work on different aspects of the product design and development.
  • Help manage and maintain the machine shop and prototyping lab.
  • Manage individual responsibilities, deadlines, and resources.

Education and Experience

  • BS in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent.
  • Experience with Solidworks or equivalent CAD modelling software.
  • Hands on experience in prototyping and building components, assemblies, and complex mechanical parts.
  • Experience with analytical tools including FEA/CFD software (Ansys, Solidworks, etc.).
  • Hands on experience with manufacturing processes and required tools like 3D printers, lathes, band saws, laser cutters, water jets, wire EDM etc.
  • Experience with contract manufacturing processes and requirements.
  • Experience working in an agile environment.

Specific Skills / Abilities

  • Strong analytical and design skills for mechanical assemblies.
  • Ability to translate ideas into drawings, CAD models and eventually prototypes, moving from ideation to proof of concept.
  • Basic understanding of electrical/electronic systems and hardware.
  • Ability to perform electrical prototyping, soldering, wiring.
  • Experience with sheet metal work and additive manufacturing is a plus.
  • Experience in developing IP-6x, weather-proof systems that work in high reliability environments is a plus.
  • Understanding of materials, their properties and uses in manufacturing processes.
  • Ability to work independently as well as in team settings.
  • Strong communication skills.

Great Place to Work

  • A fast-paced, entrepreneurial culture focused on innovation
  • A flexible, autonomous work environment
  • A culture of respect, learning, and excellence
  • Experienced, highly talented experts as team peers
  • Growth and travel opportunities
  • Be part of a team of change-makers having a significant impact on real people around the world

About Endeavour

Endeavour is taking on global challenges, and to create the appropriate global solutions is not easy. Our teams work extremely hard because we believe in Endeavour’s mission: to guarantee clean water and renewable energy to everyone, everywhere by decentralizing infrastructure, developing new technologies, & deploying energy, water, and waste treatment solutions that are more profitable than those that currently exist. We are a group of passionate change-makers who want to leave the world better than the way we found it. Endeavour prides itself on hiring talented, highly motivated people because that’s what our mission requires. There is a strong sense of camaraderie between good-natured people who bring their A-game to work every day to make a difference. To work at Endeavour is to know that you are part of something special—something bigger than yourself.

Today, we’re deploying solutions that are immediately scalable and profitable, including EV charging, data center cooling, and waste to fuel systems. As we look to the future, Endeavour intends to remain at the forefront of innovation, taking on grander challenges based on the needs of our clients and of local economies. We hope that our Sustainable Habitat for Innovation with a Purpose (SHIP) will be a model that inspires people and businesses to #jointhejourney so that together we can combine the best of what technology and the natural world can offer to ensure a regenerative/sustainable world for generations to come.

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