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Embark on a visionary journey with our Transportation Design team, where your flair for innovation and design excellence takes center stage. As a Transportation Designer, you will sculpt the future of transportation, blending form and function to create transport vehicles that are not just a mode of travel, but a statement of elegance and progress. Your designs will pave the way for a new era of transportation that inspires and propels the world forward.
—Please choose an option— Color, Materials, and Finishing Designer Design Integration Specialist Interior & User Experience Designer Vehicle Design Lead
This position would absorb the tasks of the Color and Materials Designer, Graphics Designer, and Vehicle Trim and Detailing Designer. It would involve selecting the interior and exterior materials, colors, and creating graphics and detailing that complement the overall design.
This role combines the Lighting Designer, Digital Modeling Specialist, and Packaging Designer, focusing on integrating various design elements into the digital model, optimizing component layout, and ensuring that the lighting both functional and aesthetically integrated.
Merging the roles of Automotive Interior Designer, User Experience (UX) Designer, and User Interface (UI) Designer, this individual would focus on the interior cabin design, ensuring a cohesive and user-friendly interface, and ergonomic comfort for the occupants.
This role would combine the responsibilities of the Automotive Exterior Designer, Concept Designer, and Prototype Designer. The Vehicle Design Lead would be responsible for the overall design direction, conceptualizing and creating the initial sketches, and overseeing the development of prototypes.
Contribute to our electric vehicle charging infrastructure by designing, deploying, and maintaining charging solutions. Your role will be pivotal in expanding our network and ensuring a seamless charging experience for our customers..
—Please choose an option— Battery Control Algorithms Battery Build & Test Technician Battery ME Design
As a Battery Control Algorithms Engineer, you're pivotal in creating virtual plant-controller models and digital twins for high-voltage battery packs. Responsibilities involve developing ECM or reduced order models to estimate electrical, electrochemical, and thermal battery responses under diverse automotive scenarios. You'll craft digital twins at cell, module, and pack levels, crafting feedback controls, SOC/SOH/SOP algorithms, and predictive capacities. This role necessitates expertise in physics-based models for rapid charge profiles, limits, degradation, and connecting vehicle usage to battery life. Requirements include an Electrical Engineering Btech/Mtech, proficiency in MATLAB, Simulink, electrochemical cell understanding, and experience in battery modeling and dynamic simulations. Skills in optimization, numerical analysis, and algorithm development are crucial, along with robust documentation and quantitative abilities.
As a Battery Build and Test Technician, your role involves translating virtual designs into real life products through prototype assembly and further validate them with rigorous testing. Responsibilities include constructing battery modules, overseeing teardowns, conducting various tests, fabricating cable harnesses, and maintaining lab equipment. You'll perform DV/PV testing, troubleshoot circuits, and ensure detailed record-keeping while ensuring a safe working environment. Requirements include an Electrical Engineering degree (BTech/Diploma), 3+ years' practical experience in automotive or electronics engineering, mechanical fabrication skills, and proficiency in tools and electronics lab equipment. Strong troubleshooting ability, safety consciousness, excellent documentation skills, and familiarity with CAD packages are desired.
As a Battery Mechanical Design Engineer, you lead the design and development of HV Battery Systems, encompassing intricate 3D CAD design for diverse components. Responsibilities span concept ideation to production, ensuring high-volume assembly efficiency via DFM and DFA methods. Innovating new technologies, reducing costs, and enhancing performance are key. Your role involves comprehensive part and assembly drawing packages, prototyping, testing, Root Cause analysis, and collaboration with cross-functional teams and suppliers. Requirements include a Btech/Mtech in Mechanical Engineering, proficiency in Heat Transfer, Fluids, Mechanics, hands-on product creation from CAD to prototyping, familiarity with varied manufacturing processes, and test plan expertise. Mastery in CAD tools like 3DExp Catia is preferred, with strong documentation and quantitative skill sets.
Join our Mechanical Design Engineering team, where precision meets practicality. Here, your expertise will breathe life into studio concepts, transforming artistic visions into tangible mechanical designs. You'll harness the latest CAD technologies to engineer solutions that embody our dedication to innovation and eco-consciousness. Your role is pivotal in sculpting products that are not only mechanically sound but also resonate with our ethos of sustainable progress.
—Please choose an option— Body Structural Body Closure & Mechanisms Body Electricals & Lighting Instrument Cluster Interior & Exterior Trim
As a Body Structural Engineer, you will apply advanced CAD techniques to develop the core framework of our electric vehicles. Your primary focus will be on designing structural components, conducting stress analysis, and ensuring durability and safety compliance. Collaborate with manufacturing teams to optimize designs for production while meeting structural integrity requirements.
In the role of Body Closure & Mechanisms Engineer, your responsibility encompasses the CAD development of vehicle closure systems, including doors, hoods, and trunk mechanisms. You'll perform kinematic analysis, draft detailed component specifications, and work closely with suppliers to prototype and test functional mechanisms, ensuring smooth integration into vehicle body design.
As our Body Electricals & Lighting Engineer, you'll leverage CAD software to design electrical routing, harnesses, and lighting systems. You're expected to create schematics, manage layout designs, and simulate electrical performance, ensuring compliance with industry standards. Your designs will focus on functionality, ease of assembly, and maintenance.
Taking on the Instrument Cluster Engineer role, you will use CAD tools to design the dashboard instrumentation and driver display systems. Your work involves creating detailed designs of the instrument panel, integrating electronic communication systems, and ensuring that all components meet ergonomic, safety, and visibility standards.
As an Interior & Exterior Trim Engineer, your expertise in CAD will be essential for designing the aesthetic and functional aspects of interior and exterior trim components. You will be responsible for material selection, compliance with impact and safety regulations, and ensuring components can be manufactured within cost and time constraints. Collaboration with suppliers for effective component integration will also be part of your role.
As part of our Integration Engineering team, you will play a critical role in bringing together diverse engineering disciplines to ensure the seamless operation and optimized performance of our electric vehicles. Your expertise in cross-functional collaboration and system integration will help us deliver exceptional driving experiences to our customers.
—Please choose an option— Thermal Engineer Performance Engineer Validation Engineer
As a Thermal Engineer, you’re key in designing and optimizing our electric vehicles’ thermal management systems. Responsibilities include designing thermal components, defining system requirements, and enhancing thermal management through system modeling. You’ll also develop advanced control algorithms, validate system compliance, and partner with suppliers for component sourcing. Staying updated with thermal technology advancements and suggesting innovative solutions are vital, as is maintaining technical documentation and providing support to various teams. Ensuring all activities adhere to safety guidelines and best practices is also essential. Your expertise in thermal management is critical for delivering high-performance, efficient, and comfortable electric vehicles.
As a Performance Engineer, you’ll optimize vehicle performance focusing on weight, NVH, and energy efficiency. Your tasks include defining performance objectives, developing weight optimization strategies, analyzing NVH issues, and creating advanced control algorithms for maximizing performance. Performing system modeling to assess design impact, conducting system validation, and monitoring advancements in performance engineering are also key. Collaborating for optimal component sourcing, maintaining technical documentation, and providing support to various teams are integral tasks. Ensuring adherence to safety guidelines and best practices is crucial. Your performance optimization expertise will enable us to deliver high-performing, efficient, and comfortable electric vehicles.
As a Validation Engineer, you’ll ensure our electric vehicles’ reliability, safety, and performance through rigorous testing. Responsibilities include defining validation objectives, developing test plans for vehicle systems, conducting validation activities, and analyzing test results to implement corrective actions. You will work on advanced test methodologies, monitor advancements in validation engineering technologies, and collaborate with suppliers to ensure component quality. Creating and maintaining technical documentation, providing technical support to various teams, and adhering to safety guidelines are also crucial. Your expertise in validation engineering will be instrumental in delivering high-quality, safe, and reliable electric vehicles.
Electrical and electronics hardware in EV automotive refers to the specialized components and systems integrated into electric vehicles to support their electric propulsion, charging, and overall functionality. Key electrical hardware includes the Control units, power electronics (inverters and converters), and high-voltage wiring systems. Additionally, electronic control units (ECUs) and sensors facilitate communication between various vehicle systems and support safety features. Electrical and electronics hardware team plays a crucial role by designing the sensors and actuators and their placement in a system to achieve efficient performance.
—Please choose an option— Hardware Design Engineer Power Electronics Engineer
As a Hardware Design Engineer for automotive inverter development, you will collaborate with cross-functional teams to gather and understand project requirements, and translate them to circuit schematics. Evaluate and selection of electronic components based on performance, cost, efficiency considerations. Design and develop various PCBs such as motor control, battery management systems, sensor interfaces, etc. Collaborate with cross-functional teams, including electrical engineers, firmware developers, and mechanical designers, to ensure seamless integration of PCB designs. You will ensure compliance with EMI and EMC standards, utilizing simulation tools to validate the inverter design. Prototyping and testing hardware will verify functionality, reliability, and safety under real-world conditions. Stay updated with recent advancements done in automotive and power electronics to improve designs and collaborate with manufacturing teams ensures a smooth transition from design to production.
A bachelor’s or master’s degree in Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, or a related field, along with 3+ years of practical experience in power electronics hardware design, is required. Proficiency in power electronic switches selection, PCB design software, circuit simulation tools, and knowledge of EMI-EMC standards and automotive communication protocols are essential for this role.
As a Power Electronics Engineer for electric vehicles, your responsibilities will encompass designing, developing, and optimizing power electronics converters. You will collaborate with mechanical, thermal, firmware development teams to define system requirements and conduct simulations using tools like MATLAB/Simulink. Furthermore, your responsibilities will involve the implementation, testing, and validation of motor control algorithms on hardware platforms, encompassing high-voltage motor drives and inverters. Additionally, you will conduct an analysis of thermal performance, heat dissipation, and overall efficiency. Your expertise will contribute to work on the latest topologies and architecture of converters to achieve better performance. A bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, Power Electronics, or related fields is required, and previous experience in power electronics design and motor control development, preferably in electric vehicles or automotive applications, is preferred.
Join our team of system domain engineers, who play a crucial role in designing, integrating, and optimizing the intricate systems that form the foundation of our electric vehicles. Your expertise in system architecture, analysis, and validation will help us create seamless, efficient, and high-performing vehicles that deliver exceptional driving experiences for our customers.
—Please choose an option— Industrial Engineer Chassis & Frame Engineer HVAC
As an Industrial Engineer, you’ll optimize manufacturing processes for efficient, cost-effective production of electric vehicles. Responsibilities encompass defining production objectives, designing manufacturing processes and facility layouts, performing system modeling to streamline workflows, and implementing advanced manufacturing techniques. You will conduct time studies, monitor advancements in industrial engineering technologies, collaborate with suppliers for quality assurance, and implement lean manufacturing principles. Creating and maintaining technical documentation, providing technical support to various teams, and adhering to safety guidelines are also crucial. Your expertise in industrial engineering will drive continuous improvement, delivering high-quality, efficient electric vehicles.
As a Chassis & Frame Engineer, you’ll crucially shape the development of chassis and frame systems for our electric medium and heavy-weight vehicles. Responsibilities encompass designing robust suspension, steering, brakes, and structural elements, performing system simulations for optimized vehicle dynamics, employing advanced materials for strength and cost-effectiveness, and conducting rigorous testing for industry compliance. Collaborating with suppliers, monitoring technological advancements, developing technical documentation, providing support to various teams, and ensuring safety adherence are also essential. Your expertise in chassis and frame design will drive innovation, enabling high-performing, safe, and comfortable vehicles for our customers.
As an HVAC Engineer, you will be instrumental in creating and optimizing heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems for our electric trucks. You will design efficient HVAC components and systems, integrate them into the overall vehicle architecture, and use system modeling for optimization. Ensuring the system’s performance aligns with industry standards is key, as is sourcing quality components and materials. You will monitor advancements in HVAC technologies, maintain technical documentation, provide technical support, and uphold environmental and safety guidelines. Your expertise will contribute significantly to the innovation and performance of our electric trucks, providing a comfortable driving experience for our customers.
Optimize our procurement, logistics, and inventory management processes by overseeing our supply chain operations. Your strategic vision will ensure a smooth flow of resources and enhance our efficiency and competitiveness.
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Join our team of software developers and engineers in creating the advanced software systems that power our electric vehicles, including vehicle control, infotainment, and connectivity solutions. Your contributions will shape the driving experience for our customers.
—Please choose an option— BSW Engineer Embedded Firmware Engineer Vehicle Software Telemetry Engineer
As a BSW Engineer for electric vehicle control units, you will play a key role in developing and integrating essential software modules to enable seamless vehicle functionality. You will collaborate with cross-functional teams to define BSW requirements and implement communication stacks, diagnostic services, and low-level drivers. Your expertise in C programming and knowledge of microcontroller architectures will be crucial in optimizing BSW code for performance and memory usage. You will also design and customize bootloader solutions to support over-the-air updates and secure firmware flashing. Rigorous testing and verification will ensure compliance with industry standards and safety requirements. With a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, or related field and at least 3 years of experience in automotive software development, you will contribute to the continuous improvement and success of our fast-paced startup environment.
As an Embedded Firmware Engineer for electric vehicle systems, you will be responsible for designing, developing, and maintaining firmware that powers critical components such as battery management, motor control, and power electronics. Your role will involve collaborating with cross-functional teams to define system requirements and implementing communication protocols for seamless integration. Rigorous testing and validation of the embedded software will ensure functionality and compliance with industry standards like ISO 26262. You’ll optimize code for performance and memory usage, and work closely with hardware engineers to verify interfaces. Your expertise in C/C++ programming, RTOS, communication protocols, and EV technologies will drive continuous improvement. A bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering Computer Science, or related field along with at least 3 years of relevant experience, will set you up for success in this fast-paced startup environment.
As a VCU Software Engineer in our Electric Vehicle Development Team, you’ll focus on designing, developing, and refining software for our Vehicle Control Unit, crucial for optimal EV performance. You’ll define VCU software objectives, create control algorithms, and validate software functionality. Your collaboration with hardware and systems engineering teams will ensure seamless integration. You’ll also incorporate advanced software development techniques, conduct testing, and keep abreast of technological advancements. Responsibilities include maintaining best practices for software development, creating technical documentation, and offering technical support. Your expertise will be instrumental in driving innovation and enabling the delivery of exceptional EVs to our customers.
Vehicle software is a crucial component in modern vehicles, responsible for controlling various systems and functionalities. Running on Control units, this sophisticated software ensures seamless interaction between hardware components, sensors, actuators, and the vehicle’s environment. Vehicle software plays an increasingly pivotal role in shaping the future of automotive innovation and mobility solutions. The Vehicle software team will develop Embedded software adherence to industry standards to ensure robustness, reliability, and compliance with safety regulations.
As a Telemetry Engineer, you’ll have a crucial role in our Vehicle Software Division, developing telemetry systems for our electric vehicles. Collaborating with various teams, you’ll define telemetry objectives, develop systems for real-time monitoring of vehicle performance, and ensure the smooth integration of these systems with vehicle hardware and software. Your tasks will also include validating telemetry functionality, implementing advanced techniques, conducting extensive testing, and keeping abreast of the latest technologies. Additionally, you’ll maintain best practices for telemetry development, create technical documentation, and provide technical support. Your expertise will be instrumental in improving vehicle performance and user experience.
In the automotive industry, Verification and Validation (VnV) is vital for ensuring the safety, reliability, and functionality of vehicles. It systematically evaluates hardware, software, and mechanical systems against industry standards and customer needs. Employing techniques like simulation, modeling, and on-road tests, VnV ensures cars are high-quality, safe, and compliant with regulations.
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As the Verification and Validation (V&V) Engineer for electric vehicle systems, your role will be pivotal in ensuring the functionality, safety, and performance of our cutting-edge products. Collaborating with cross-functional teams, you will develop and implement comprehensive V&V processes and strategies, designing rigorous test plans to validate electric vehicle components and integrated systems. Analyzing test results and identifying potential issues, you will provide technical recommendations to enhance system reliability. Your expertise in electric vehicle systems, regulatory requirements, and compliance processes will drive the implementation of best practices and standards, ensuring our products meet the highest quality standards. Ability to write Test scripts and/or automating the tests with python will be an advantage. Expertise in tools like Vector Canoe, Canalyzer with CAPL scripting, ETAS INCA, ATI Vision, Bus Master is preferred. A Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Electrical or related field is required, along with 3+ years of experience in V&V activities within the automotive or electric vehicle industry. Your proficiency in developing and executing test plans, strong leadership skills, and ability to work collaboratively will be instrumental in shaping the future of our electric vehicle systems.
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