The Autopilot and
Electronics Product Design (AEPD) and the Electronics System team is looking
for motivated undergraduate and graduate students to join our Engineering
Program Management team. The EPM team is responsible for shepherding R&D
organization through the new product design, validation, and factory NPI
process across all Tesla vehicle platforms. We are the lubricant that keep the
engine running smoothly. An example list of products we own include but not
limited to display, car computer, radar, camera, ultrasonic sensors. We will
provide training and mentorship for our interns, and the expectation is that
they can work independently, take responsibility, and can adapt to our
fast-paced and dynamic work environment.
cross functional teams to meet tight deadlines in a methodical, organized, and
concise manner, own the requirement definition, OK2Tool, and design validation
process, and support new product launches.
engineering requirements between Supply Chain and Purchasing to facilitate
vendors to deliver in a timely manner with superior quality.
inputs from across Tesla into executive reviews highlighting risks and
in analytics to help drive engineering decision and create dashboards to
monitor CM/Factory/Vehicle critical data.
and tracking of running changes (ex. cost savings, field failures, etc.) for
all programs (MS/X, M3) with design, manufacturing & service
releasing, and owning engineering bill of material (BOM) for assigned vehicle
engineering change actions to suppliers, create and maintain engineering bill
needed, analyze fleet data to inform decision making.
an undergraduate or graduate degree in Engineering (Mechanical, Electrical,
program management experience or managing a team, such as FSAE, Hyperloop, etc.
written and verbal communication skills.
to work in a fast paced and dynamic development environment and willing to get
your hands dirty.
to distill technical information and identify critical path/elements.
attitude and a learning mentality.