Are you a petrolhead? Are you turning your head every time a loud car passes by on the street? Are you buying car parts every month? Do you prefer to work on your car and get your hands dirty instead of going out with your friend? If the answer to any of these questions is YES, then you should apply to our Powertrain Department.
Your work will include, but is not limited to:
Getting your hands dirty in the garage
Designing, manufacturing, and testing various components of the car, like the intake and exhaust systems
Writing technical documentation
Running various simulations and calculations
What are we looking for in the ideal candidate:
General knowledge about the automotive industry and how cars work.
Knowledge and experience in applying engineering mathematics to solving problems
Positive, can-do, attitude, and willingness to learn new skills
Ability to follow best practices and work on multiple tasks simultaneously
Nice to have:
Experience working in a team environment
Practical experience and Hands-on approach to problem-solving
Ability to logically and methodically investigate faults and failures
Knowledge in CATIA, CFD, or FEA software