Vice President, Hardware Engineering, Mobility

Resonant Link

Location: Burlington, Vermont

Type: Full Time

Education: No Ed Requirements

Experience: 5 - 10 Years

Resonant Link wants to make electric vehicles run forever through wireless charging. As the Vice President of Hardware Engineering, Mobility at Resonant Link, you will lead our mobility engineering team and collaborate with Commercial, Product, and Manufacturing leaders to deliver first-of-their-kind wireless chargers.

The VP of Hardware Engineering, Mobility will manage, mentor, and grow our engineering team while exemplifying and maintaining our values of Delivering on Every Promise and Together is Better.

We’re committed to building a healthy, collaborative culture – and to help us deliver on our mission, we’re looking for empathetic problem solvers and team leaders, with a passion for solving challenges at the boundary between scientific innovation and productization. If you get energized by working at the intersection of people, process, and technology, we’re excited for you to bring your technical expertise, creativity, and leadership to the team!

On an average day, you’ll..

  • Lead, inspire and manage your team of industry leading managers and engineers to deliver best-in-class wireless charging products, all while prioritizing a people-first mentality.
  • Collaborate with cross-functional mobility leaders (Commercial, Product, and Manufacturing) to develop a high-level strategy for the next generation of electric vehicle power management, all while cultivating a unified “one-team-one-mission” mindset across the organization.
  • Collaborate with engineering managers and program managers to design, build, and execute comprehensive program plans that identify and mitigate programmatic risks to ensure our execution is as exceptional as our products.
  • Identify, establish, execute, and maintain high-quality engineering processes that enable seamless scalability for the team.


  • You are able and willing to work on-site at our Burlington, VT or Boston, MA locations.
  • Demonstrated experience building electromechanical products from proof-of-concept to commercialization, including certification and design for manufacturing.
  • Demonstrated experience developing, implementing, and upholding high-quality engineering processes to deliver high-volume commercial power electronics from concept through the certification & production.
  • A team-first leader experienced in building and leading cross-functional teams. This includes organization design experience and a track record of strong people strategy/management, with a focus on building psychologically safe work environments.
  • Demonstrated expertise in program management and consistently delivering results in a growing, startup environment. (Recent start-up experience (new product introduction in the last 5 years), or maybe big company experience in a startup-style environment)


Who we are looking for:

  • You operate with empathy, integrity, and a growth mindset, viewing mistakes and challenges as learning opportunities and building upon your successes. You challenge yourself to continuously grow and improve.
  • You have experience building, leading, growing, and mentoring diverse, high-performing engineering teams. You manage with a people-first approach that is grounded in inspiration, influence, and inclusivity, and you hold the communication, emotional, and functional area skills to build, inspire, motivate, and lead best-in-class teams.
  • You are adept at working in a distributed, dynamic environment, and feel comfortable navigating change and ambiguity.
  • You are a collaborative, respectful, and honest team member – you understand the impact of your work/your team’s work on other projects and people, and you know together is always better!
  • You are a creative problem solver, taking initiative to own and solve problems with a mindset of continuous improvement – ensuring bigger picture issues are addressed, not just the problem at hand.
  • You’re able to think several steps ahead to mitigate downstream risks, and are not afraid of asking questions to proactively identify issues or broaden your understanding.

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