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We are currently seeking an Senior Design Release Engineer. This position requires an experienced professional with a responsibility for the design and development of the Interior components of a world-class vehicle in terms of both styling and function.
Our ideal candidate exhibits a can-do attitude and approaches his or her work with vigor and determination. Candidates will be expected to demonstrate excellence in their respective fields, to possess the ability to learn quickly and to strive for perfection within a fast-paced environment.
Be a significant contributor to a world-class Interior Components and Systems engineering team
Create industry-leading Interior Components or Systems, with groundbreaking luxury, craftsmanship, performance, safety, ergonomics, and functionality
Contribute to the packaging, engineering, release, and launch of Interior Components and Systems in the Lucid portfolio
Work interactively within a cross-functional marketing, design, and vehicle engineering team, placing priority on the greater benefit of the vehicle above any one individual system
Collaborate with Interior trim suppliers to ensure technical excellence and on time delivery of Lucid Interior Components and Systems
Employ and develop effective tools and an innovative approach to supporting the development
5+ years of demonstrated experience as a detail-oriented Interior Components and Systems development lead (for one or more: Hard trim, Soft trim, IP, Door trims, Consoles, Headliners, etc.)
Knowledge and understanding of automotive Interior Components and Systems industry benchmark, trends and supplier competencies
Experience creating/improving/establishing technical product specifications and timelines to achieve an accelerated development cycle towards SOP
Experienced in using CAD to create 2D/3D concept drawings, Interior Components and Systems, packaging layouts and DFM studies (CATIA V5/V6 preferred)
Vehicle and product launch experience
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