Rivian is on a mission to keep the world adventurous forever. This goes for the emissions-free Electric Adventure Vehicles we build, and the curious, courageous souls we seek to attract. 

As a company, we constantly challenge what’s possible, never simply accepting what has always been done. We reframe old problems, seek new solutions and operate comfortably in areas that are unknown. Our backgrounds are diverse, but our team shares a love of the outdoors and a desire to protect it for future generations. 

Role Summary

The heartbeat of the company is our manufacturing facility in Normal, IL and where we are ramping up production of our R1 and EDV platforms. The ADAS (Advanced-Driver Assistance Systems) team is seeking a motivated individual to integrate, troubleshoot and support ADAS components in a dynamic manufacturing environment.

Responsibilities 

  • Support software commissioning vehicles from an ADAS perspective
  • Provide factory and service support in debugging ADAS software and customer facing ADAS issues
  • BOM configuration management, including software and hardware version tracking across multiple systems/subsystems and multiple vehicles
  • Support a team that is responsible for developing the electrical system specifications, component requirements and selection, and production design solution for specific vehicle domains.
  • Coordinate, develop, design, and work closely with software team to integrate hardware, controls, and software solutions for the ADAS platform.
  • Produces and evaluates possible product improvement and design solutions to improve cost, quality, reliability, and performance as well as lead root cause analysis for domain and subsystem features.
  • Creating and maintaining test documentation including test requirements, procedures, plans, and reports
  • Analyzing and reviewing test data to ensure proper system operation by utilizing real-time and post-processing data analysis tools (e.g., Vector toolsets)
  • Development of toolsets for performing metric evaluations of ADAS system modules
Qualifications
  • 4+ years’ experience for Senior role
  • 2+ years ‘experience for Engineer II
  • Experience with sensors and advanced sensor technologies
  • Experience with software and component integration for automation and control systems
  • Demonstrated excellent communication skills (written, verbal and public speaking)
  • Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering, Physics, Math, Computer Science, or related technical degree
  • Understanding of active safety systems, vehicle performance and automated driving technology
  • Ability to manage multiple priorities while maintaining a commitment to the tasks at hand
  • Ability to identify problems, analyze varying courses of action to determine, recommend and negotiate optimal solutions and execute contingency plans
  • Ability to process a large amount of information flow, identify multiple parameters, interdependencies, and inconsistencies to provide both high-level systems overview and deep subject matter expertise
  • Ability to work flexible hours on an occasional basis (nights and weekends)
Preferred Skills
  • 2 years of experience in vehicle electrical system design and troubleshooting
  • Experience with Design Failure Mode Effects and Analysis (DFMEA)
  • Motivation to bring new technologies from concept to production in a short time frame
  • Knowledge of embedded software development, control systems (model-based system development)
  • Experience with the following hardware/software tools: Catia, MATLAB/Simulink
  • Experience working in test or design engineering on new system and controls development programs
  • Proficiency in modern compiled languages such as C/+C++/Java or similar
  • Demonstrated experience working in a team-based project from inception to finish across multiple disciplines

Equal Opportunity

Rivian is an equal opportunity employer and complies with all applicable federal, state, and local fair employment practices laws. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information or characteristics, physical or mental disability, marital/domestic partner status, age, military/veteran status, medical condition, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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