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  • Salary / Remuneration Guide:
  • TBA
  • Experience Level Guide:
  • demonstrating technical aptitude from concept through release and launch for production and 3D modeling proficiency in CATIA V5 or the equivalent in experience Ability to work in a fast pace environment with a high number of unknowns
  • Education Level Guide:
  • Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (Other disciplines considered with experience) with a minimum of 5 years of experience in automotive interior trim component and subsystem engineering (OEM or Tier I level
  • Employment Duration / Type:
  •  
  • Full Time
  • Job Function type:
  •  
  • Engineering, 
  •  
  • Hardware, 
  •  
  • Systems

Job Details

Interior Systems Engineer with the Zoox Autonomous Vehicle Engineering Team.

You will be responsible for the design, release, and launch of the complete interior system for Zoox self driving vehicles.

You will be part of the team that creates and executes world-class interiors in terms of form, function, and durability.

Commodities of importance include hard trim, headliner systems, carpets, insulators, seats, and luggage compartment trim and the integration of these commodities into the vehicle. You will utilize your expertise in one or more of these commodities and develop as a full vehicle engineer – designing and delivering systems rather than just components as you work with a lean and agile team.

Responsibilities:

Design of automotive component parts in CATIA V5

Develop and execute interior system requirements

Participate in the iterative process with the Zoox design/styling studio to deliver the optimal balance of form vs. function vs. cost

Implement processes and material selections to achieve world class durability, reliability, and fit & finish of automotive interiors

Complete and release interior components, sub-system and detail designs, utilizing a mix of in-house design and supplier engineering where required (in-house designs are planned for most major commodities)

Interpret CAE simulation results and integrate recommendations into product design

Collaborate with key interior system and plastic component suppliers and support overall vehicle development milestones and prototype/production build events

Collaborate with cross-functional teams within Vehicle Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, and Procurement groups to ensure interior system manufacturing and assembly feasibility and serviceability

Technical documentation to include DFMEAs, DVP&R’s

Qualifications:

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (Other disciplines considered with experience) with a minimum of 5 years of experience in automotive interior trim component and subsystem engineering (OEM or Tier I level), demonstrating technical aptitude from concept through release and launch for production and 3D modeling proficiency in CATIA V5 or the equivalent in experience

Ability to work in a fast pace environment with a high number of unknowns

Strong working knowledge of Design for Manufacturing, including familiarity with GD&T and dimensional engineering

Experience with technical documentation in at least 1 full lifecycle vehicle programs to include DVP&R and DFMEA

Experience managing technical suppliers

Demonstrated an ability to manage difficult projects with tight timing constraints

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