Assistant UAS Systems Engineer

India - Bengaluru


In this role, you are responsible for assembly, integration and ground tests of various components of our unmanned aircrafts. The role also involves sourcing and testing various OEM components. You will participate in defining and validating Standard Operating Procedures (SoP), UAV maintenance manuals, and operation methodologies. 

Your Profile

  • Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering or other relevant programs 

  • Ability to work hands-on with electro-mechanical systems including soldering, assembly, disassembly, testing and troubleshooting 

  • Excellent soldering skills 

  • Basic knowledge of electrical test equipment (multimeter, oscilloscope) and sensors 

  • Excellent mechanical assembly skills incl. strong knowledge of basic assembly tools 

  • Strong analytical/problem solving skills and engineering analysis  

  • Experience in technical documentation 

  • Good verbal and written communication skills 

  • Flexible and enjoy working in a constantly evolving environment  

What do you get

You will be a pioneer in a fast-growing deep-tech startup with global ambitions. You will play an important role in a company that is creating many firsts in the world, and make an impact in the world of aerial drone deliveries. Not many people get a chance to decide how a large aircraft is designed or built. You will be making a dent in the universe!


This role is located in Singapore, which is one of the most liveable cities globally! We embrace a flat-hierarchy and openness to new ideas. You'll get opportunities to lead and chart the company’s strategic directions. You’ll be around a passionate team that offers excellent development opportunities to widen your horizon. On top of all these, you’ll also get a competitive salary, stock options, and career growth opportunities!


Our company is backed by an exciting suite of investors, including the Singapore government, world leading maritime companies and best-in-class international accelerators.