Integration Engineer - Summer 2018
Integration engineers have an understanding of electronics, mechanics, and software. Often they may excel in one but not all areas. Integration engineers may have degrees in MechE, CS, EE, or another related discipline.
The Integration Engineer is responsible for solving complex challenges related to interactive experiences that span disciple. The Integration Engineer must have a better than generalist knowledge of a wide range of disciplines including electrical, mechanical, and software engineering. The Integration Engineer should have an advanced degree in one or more related disciplines with a portfolio of robotic or electro-mechanical projects.
Pay Range: $25-$60/hr
Deeplocal is an internationally-recognized and awarded, creative studio based in Pittsburgh, PA that design and builds experiences for some of the world’s leading brands including Google, Spotify and Netflix.
Deeplocal’s team of 50+ includes experts in marketing, engineering, design, and fabrication who collaborate to develop never-seen-before physical experiences for brand clients.
Deeplocal’s combined open office and fabrication studio includes more than 25,000 square feet of space in a renovated historic brewery on the rivers of Pittsburgh.
From creating a mind-controlled bike that allowed riders to shift with their thoughts, to building a robotic pitching machine that allowed a child to throw out the first pitch at a baseball game from thousands of miles away, to a single button that dims the lights, orders food, silencers your phone and puts on your favorite show, to a machine that graffitied tweets on the roads of the Tour de France, our projects are wide-ranging and unique.
Deeplocal has been behind some of advertising’s most talked about campaigns: the Netflix Socks, Zagat’s Tiny Cafe, Google Fiber Nick’s First Pitch, and the Nike Chalkbot.
Deeplocal has been named one of the Best Places to Work in Western Pennsylvania for the past four years and has received numerous awards in advertising and design. Deeplocal’s work has been featured on Fast Company, Wired, NYTimes, USA Today, the Today Show, Good Morning America, Gizmodo, Engadget, Forbes, and many more.