This is a courtesy posting for our partner, Denk Engineering. To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to: business@denk-engineering.de

 

Denk Engineering, Specialized Freiburg R&D Office, is looking for a Frame Design Engineer with previous experience in the bike industry.

Have you ever dreamed of designing the best bikes in the world?

For the past 30 years, Denk Engineering has been the bike industry´s leading design office for high-end frames and components. Our team is composed of ten highly skilled and motivated engineers, specialists in composite materials, bike aerodynamics, surface design, kinematics and suspension technology. We are eager to push the boundaries of design and engineering even further.

Denk Engineering benefits from a very strong, trustful and long-term oriented partnership with Specialized Bicycle Components. This collaboration offers access to extensive resources such as: SBC-owned wind tunnel, CFD, FEA, huge prototype building division, race teams, test teams, ride dynamic teams etc.

Our teams work in close collaboration and will often meet for workshops, strategic discussions and team-rides in the US or in Germany. This inspiring cooperation has helped us to develop some of the most innovative products available, such as Tarmac, Epic FSR, Diverge, Creo…

The organizational structure of our company is horizontal. One of our key values is cultivating a great working atmosphere and supporting the best possible work-life balance. The company offers excellent and performance-based salaries.

Freiburg is a very attractive city and offers great cultural living, lively student night life and plenty of outdoor activities. It is known as one of the sunniest and warmest places in Germany. Our office is located at the heart of the city, just a few meters away from a fantastic network of roads, trails and downhill tracks.

Have you ever dreamed of designing the best bikes in the world? Are you ready to join our team?

Requirements:

  • 3+ years experience in bicycle frame design is a must
  • Experience working in a cross-disciplinary, multi-cultural environment and willingness to travel internationally 
  • Proficiency in 3D CAD
  • Enthusiastic about bikes 
  • Positive attitude

So - are you ready to join our team?

Please send your application to: business@denk-engineering.de

 

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