Human-Machine Interface and Simulation Engineer
REGENT is building the first electric flying machine that will transport commercial passengers. With a vehicle that never flies higher than a few meters off the water, we unlock the ability to fly twice as far as an electric aircraft, and certification by maritime authorities which will let us fly first passengers within 5 years.
We are actively hiring passionate team members who can help us get our vehicle, the Seaglider, to market as quickly and safely as possible. We are backed by the world’s best investors: the same investors who are behind SpaceX, Palantir, Boom Supersonic, and more. We have nearly half a billion dollars in provisional orders from some of the industry’s largest operators, and are ready to hit the ground running.
Working at REGENT, you’ll be in a fast-paced environment with daily challenges to overcome and opportunities for growth. Your coworkers are passionate about building zero-emission, high-speed Seagliders that will revolutionize coastal transportation. Our small team works collaboratively and across disciplines to safely marry the latest technologies from aerospace and nautical engineering. REGENT offers competitive benefits including healthcare, dental, and vision plans as well as an employee equity incentive plan.
This Human Machine Interface Engineer role is a multifaceted engineering role--we are looking for a rockstar that can design the system and then lead the implementation. Initial tasking includes assisting our software team build a complete mission simulation environment, the development of engineering interfaces for our avionics system, and leading the development and testing of the operator interfaces for the Seaglider vehicle. These vehicles have novel control and autonomous functionality across multiple operational modes (hull-borne, hydrofoil-borne, wing-borne) requiring unique operator interaction. You will have a significant role in the system architecture and assist our engineering team to bring the design to life. You will work closely with flight controls engineers, systems engineers developing requirements, verification, and validation procedures, and testing engineers.
Tasks will include:
As the design matures, you will be involved in subscale and full scale prototype development and testing as well as production craft development, testing, and certification.
This position can be remote but monthly travel to Boston is to be expected. You should have flexibility for relocation as the company grows (relocation will be made available).
This is a full time position. US citizen or work permit required
REGENT Craft is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical or mental disability, genetic factors, military/veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.