A Deployment Engineer spends time inside the factory, installing and deploying Romaric products at customer sites. You will also be responsible for customer training, developing product manuals/documentation and on-site support during the product rollout. This is a highly technical position requiring excellent problem-solving skills and the ability to work independently.
– B.S. in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science or related field
– 3+ years’ experience in software development and/or deployment
– Experience in the semiconductor or robotics industry is a plus
– Strong communication and customer service skills
– Self-starter with the ability to work independently
– Open to opportunity for cross functional training
– Must be able to travel up to 50% of the time, including internationally (Diamond status at Delta a plus)
– Authorized to work in the US without sponsorship now or in the future
We manage automated movement and robot control in multi-billion-dollar factories. We are the heart of the factory, managing the storage and flow of production material from station to station. We’re expanding and you just might fit the mold.
We are looking for Software Engineers (ALL LEVELS, the more experience the better). Huge plus given for experience in robotics controls, and SEMI™ Standard communication protocol experience. Your role will include testing and development of automated control and emulation software. You will get to visit to some of the most advanced factories in the world to characterize hardware controller communication, and you will assist in developing new functionalities based on customer specifications. You will have the opportunity to identify opportunities to improve the Romaric product line.
The Romaric Automation Control Engine (RACE™) is a multi-layer, multi-purpose architecture and library of functions that can easily be extended to facilitate product development across various automation software applications. It provides core enterprise services such as user and role management, low-latency event, device communication and debug logging, database persistence, high availability, failover, transactional integrity, security, data caching, process management and inter-process messaging, plus automation-specific functions like scheduling, equipment communication drivers, device management and statistics gathering.