The Advanced Driver Assistance/Automated Driving (AD/AD) Systems Team is actively searching for talent to fill open positions with individuals specializing in Automated Driving System Engineering focusing on designing systems functionality, behavior and interoperability of customer based Automated Driving Features as integrated into EE architectures.
The selected candidate will be immersed in a hands-on role, working with state of the art technologies, in a field experiencing rapid year over year growth. This team and the selected candidates are responsible for developing the architecture, associated system level requirements, interfaces, state machines and failover/diagnostics to enable Highly Automated Driving functions at a level ready to be utilized as an "off the shelf" deployment into production vehicle platforms. Come join the automated driving revolution, make a difference, and apply today!
According to US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), employment of automotive service technicians and mechanics is projected to decline 4 percent from 2019 to 2029.
According to BLS, the median annual wage for automotive service technicians and mechanics was $44,050 in May 2020.
The Automotive industry provided jobs to highly educated scientists, engineers, managers, and other professional workers, as well as skilled production workers and unskilled laborers.
Every year, an automobile manufacturer has a new line of vehicles. To create those vehicles every year, there is planning that must take place and that can be years prior to the release of a new line of vehicles.
In addition to the creation of vehicles, there is also the maintenance, repair, and detailing of vehicles. Many jobs are available within this sector of the automotive industry as well.