Collaborative Manipulation Roboticist (8316249)
1 Hampshire St Cambridge, MA 02139
Deep theoretical foundation in relevant artificial intelligence disciplines Working knowledge of Robot Operating System (ROS) framework Demonstrated proficiency with relevant programming languages, such as Python and C++, in a Linux environment Preferred experience motion planning and inverse kinematics Task planning under uncertainty Supervised, reinforcement/demonstration learning Excellent problem-solving, organizational and communication skills
Ph.D. or Master’ s degree with 3 years of industry experience with emphasis on human-robot collaborative manipulation.
My clients robotics department is evaluating and developing cutting-edge technology for the automation of unstructured applications.
They are looking for talented Ph.D. and Master’ s level roboticists specializing in collaborative manipulation to join a multidisciplinary team working on stimulating problems that will lead to disruptive differentiation in functions spanning manufacturing, maintenance, and field operations.
The successful candidate will closely collaborate with experienced team members and product development entities to design, develop, simulate and test algorithms and software prototypes against harsh oilfield environments.
Taking advantage of the vibrant Boston robotic cluster, he/she will participate in strategic engagements with academic research institutions and worldwide industry partners
Recruiting Director, Information Technology
Tricia started working with The Connors Group in 2001, and focuses on recruiting for ERP positions. With an energy that's contagious, her relentless spirit has forged great relationships with clients, candidates, and colleagues. Tricia believes that clients value recruiters who can identify and deliver qualified candidates to them and add value to the process of on-boarding talent. Those who are truly matched to the organization are the type of employees they’ll be able to retain for a long time! Candidates value good communication, honesty, and the perception that their professional expertise is validated. Tricia tries to give each individual specialized attention to not only make them feel important, but to really understand their unique value proposition in what they do for their career. She always gives feedback – whether good or bad. Constant feedback helps to build strong rapport and establishes trust!
Once, Tricia had a candidate who was down and out because of the direction his life was going due to circumstances outside of his control. He wasn’t working, which impacted his confidence and hindered his ability to find new work. Because she recognized his potential, Tricia came up with a marketing plan and introduced him to companies he had not even considered. She was able to secure him an interview, and he not only landed at the company – he stayed there for 10 years and earned himself two promotions! Another time, she had a candidate who was out of work for two years. After spending a considerable amount of time introducing him to companies, he ended up landing a job with her help, which saved him from losing his home. At the end of the day, it’s really all about fit and finding that right opportunity. Tricia saw it through because she truly cared about seeing his success!
Her goal is to be the number one recruiter for finding the right talent to support ERP packages. Tricia wants to be positioned as someone who listens and truly understands the job market- a capable counsel for job seekers looking for new opportunity. Outside of the office, she loves hiking, especially in Acadia National Park in Bar Harbor, Maine. Tricia also enjoys reading and loves to cook (she's a pescatarian). Would also love to be on the show Survivor one day!