Design Methodology Engineer

Design Methodology Engineer

Arbetsbeskrivning

We are looking for a Design Methodology Engineer for R&D infrastructure.

At Toyota Material Handling Europe, we create the technology that keeps the world moving. Diverse businesses around across Europe depend on our logistics and material handling solutions. By pioneering technology like automation, connectivity and productivity solutions, we create opportunities for our customers logistics operations to be as efficient as possible.

We firmly believe in also setting ideas in motion. That is why we are now investing more than ever in research and development. Our multidisciplinary teams work conceptually and practically to develop the next generation of material handling products and solutions. By providing our R&D department with the creative freedom and resources needed to explore new technologies, we aim to stay at the forefront of innovation. At Toyota Material Handling Europe, we contribute to a smarter and more sustainable society - today and tomorrow. MOVE the future with us.

The position
You will join a company under constant development, working to update and develop today's design methods as well as shaping tomorrows processes in a European context.

Based on existing processes, you are expected to carry out and partially drive the update of CAD/PLM processes with an outset from the Mjölby site. Parallelly, you will be an important piece in the puzzle to harmonize and standardize the methods throughout Europe; your colleagues can be found in Sweden, Italy and France.
I this role you will work with many parts of our process, everything from updating standard libraries to evaluating new features and capabilities to support quality in respective systems. The long-term goal is common and efficient product development processes with user-friendly and well-adapted development tools.

Your Profile

* General understanding of product development processes.
* Broad knowledge within CATIA V5 and 3DEXPERIANCE ENOVIA.
* Skills within CAD/PLM working procedures/methodology is desired.
* Knowledge within design principles and features in 3DEXPERIANCE is a merit.
* Knowledge within MBD (model-based definition), drawings, simulations is a merit.
* Structured with the ability to also understand short term needs and strategic decisions.
* Bachelor of Science within mechanical engineering or product development or at least 3 years of equivalent work life experience.
* Good skills in English are a requirement.
* Fluency in Swedish is a requirement.

Our offer
In a rapidly growing high-tech industry in fast transformation, Toyota Material Handling Europe is stable, global, and influential. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. We offer a dynamic, diverse, and welcoming local work environment where you always act within an international context. The position is preferably based at our office in Mjölby Sweden, but the possibility to work remotely two days a week is a natural part of the deal. So is an attractive benefit package and a yearly bonus.

Most importantly, we have great people like yourself onboard who continuously learn, improve, and collaborate to deliver quality in everything we do. While you keep moving us forward, we look forward to seeing your career move in remarkable ways.

Time for you to make a MOVE!

Your application
Send your application, CV, and cover letter in English no later than May 5th, 2024. We screen continuously, so don't miss out, send in your application today!

For more information please contact: Richard Fyhr, R&D Infrastructure Manager, Richard.Fyhr@toyota-industries.eu

Kontaktpersoner på detta företaget

HR Business Partner Elin Wastesson
0142-86552
Marcus Kahanek
011-194354

Sammanfattning

  • Arbetsplats: Toyota Material Handling Europe
  • 1 plats
  • Tills vidare
  • Heltid
  • Fast månads- vecko- eller timlön
  • Publicerat: 12 april 2024
  • Ansök senast: 26 april 2024

Besöksadress

Svarvargatan 8
Mjölby

Postadress

Svarvargatan 8
Mjölby, 59581

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