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Robotics Engineer

Robotic engineers focus on building autonomous machines and applications that replicate human actions. Careers in robotics engineering can vary greatly between software and hardware roles, with many engineers working on both virtual and physical robots. (Linkedin.com)

Other titles: Robotics Technician, Automation Engineer
Salary Range: S$17,000 to S$84,000 per year


Job Tasks

Design robotic process automation (RPA) solutions in accordance with standard design principles and conventions (Robotic Operating Model)
Configure new RPA processes using efficient, well-structured, and maintainable workflow principles
Create RPA solution design documentation aligning with business requirements and stakeholders
Support existing processes and implement change requirements as part of a structured change control process
Work within project planning timelines and constraints, communicating identified risks and issues to management accordingly

Human Skills

Critical Thinking — Using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions, or approaches to problems.
Complex Problem Solving — Identifying complex problems and reviewing related information to develop and evaluate options and implement solutions.
Judgment and Decision Making — Considering the relative costs and benefits of potential actions to choose the most appropriate one.
Teamwork — Abilities and qualities that enable you to work well with other people in any form of collaboration.
Communications skills — Communicate clearly, both verbally and in writing
Adaptability — Easily adapt to new technologies and processes

Technology Skills

Automation programming
Computer Aided Design (CAD) — AutoCAD; Fusion360
Hydraulics and pneumatics knowledge — Further studies in certain universities
Robotics middleware software — Robot Operating System (ROS)
Robotics programming languages — C++; C Languages
AI and machine learning programming — Python

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