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The Camera Design Release Engineer is responsible for leading the development and sourcing of the cameras used in the driver assistance system and to ensure the products satisfy all requirements. The cameras are key components for the Canoo L2.5 driver assistance system.
The RADAR Design Release Engineer is responsible for leading the development and sourcing of the radars used in the driver assistance system and to ensure the products satisfy all requirements. The radar sensors are key components for the Canoo L2.5 driver assistance system.
The Technical Support Manager is looking for an experienced technician to perform and develop best in class repair procedures. The primary responsibility of this role is to perform repair procedures that will be done every day in a regular dealership environment for both repair and maintenance. This role reports to the Manager of Service Delivery
As a Lead Engineer in the Exteriors team, you will lead the development of the class A sheet metal parts and structural components on the front and rear end.
We are seeking deeply experienced engineers that will support the creation of the infrastructure that powers our web, mobile, and in-vehicle applications.
The Chargeport Design Release Engineer will lead the design, development, and sourcing for charge ports of the global market including but not limited to the CCS1, CCS2, and GB/T. The Engineer shall adhere to the automotive standards and ensure the products satisfy all regulatory and Canoo requirements.
The HV cable Design Release Engineer will take ownership of all the HV cable Assemblies in the vehicle. The scope of work includes creating requirements, designing cable assemblies in vehicle space, and releasing them to Tier 1 suppliers for quotation. Ultimately, success in this position involves delivering validated cable assemblies to vehicle assembly by MRD date and successful vehicle integration into our prototype and production systems.
We are building a groundbreaking electric vehicle which needs to be complimented by an amazing Mobile experience. This is an opportunity to build something new and impactful. You will work with the veteran product leaders to engineer a world-class interaction experience between Canoo and its customers.
We are searching for talented software engineers who can help to create an immersive Bluetooth experience within our vehicles.
In this role, you will be tasked with bringing Bluetooth to the Canoo vehicles. You will work with the product & UIUX teams to bring their visions of the Bluetooth features to life for our Canoo users. Bluetooth begins and ends with you which means that whether it be a bug or new feature, you will lead the effort to get it done. At the end of the day, you will ensure that the components that encompass the Bluetooth features are delivered to the Infotainment system, on-time and with the expected quality of a world-class product.
We love folks that are aware of risks, but not scared by them. We value planning, progress, and delivery over everything else. We want people to continually look for better ways to get things done. We live in a fast-paced world, and we need people who can adapt & thrive given limited information.
The Embedded Software Engineer will develop real time low level embedded software for power conversion systems and communications. This position will be responsible for the design and development of software for embedded control for Level 3 charging on the On Board Charger for Canoo’s electric vehicles.
Define the strategy for engineering the ADAS product and Software requirements to enable implementation of features into the system. Create the feature requirements and associated use cases for the ADAS product.
Canoo is looking for a Controls Engineering Intern to assist the Battery/Powertrain group. As a Controls Engineering Intern, you will contribute primarily to the development of controls components including requirements authoring, algorithm development, model simulation, and unit testing of various controls functions. The Controls Engineering Intern will contribute to the integration and verification of controls components which will make the car work as designed. An ideal candidate will be able to start from problem definitions with some ambiguity and work towards definition of the problem and execute tasks to deliver solution.
The Thermal Design & Release Engineer will be responsible for development and validation of components of the Thermal System of Canoo’s Lifestyle vehicle as well as future vehicles. This position requires an extremely technical oriented individual with the dynamic sense of urgency and communication skills to meet the project needs and development timing. The DRE will be fully responsible for delivering Thermal components in line with program timing. A high level of CAD skills are essential for this role.
We are looking for a motor calibration engineer with automotive experience and experience in motor controls related topics. The eDrive Calibration Lead will be responsible for leading the team of calibration engineers supporting multiple eDrive products. The team will work closely with controls engineers on the validation and optimization of in-house controls implementation. The Lead will develop processes and test procedures for the confirmation and release of code/calibration packages to vehicle programs. The team will support testing and development at the vehicle level and be front line for issue resolution related to eDrive products.
We are looking for a motor controls developer with a solid background in motor controls related topics, and ideally some automotive experience. In this position you will be part of a well-rounded, highly experienced team at a cutting edge automotive copany in Southern California.
The Sr. Manager for Component & Systems Test is responsible for the development and execution of all tests for design validation in the areas of Powertrain, HV Battery, LV Systems, Chassis/Skateboard, Cabin, Interior, Exterior, and each of their respective components. This is a foundational role in our test organization intended to build up and exponentially grow a world-class engineering team.
The Reliability Engineer is responsible for setting the component, system, and vehicle level reliability goals that each engineering team is designing to and provides cross-functional technical guidance to make sure we achieve those goals. In this role, you will interpret what reliability means to our customers and translate that into actionable and testable requirements.