ThorDrive is a rapidly growing company in the field of robotics and artificial intelligence. Our technology has been developed over 15 years by respected experts and highly motivated professionals. After successful, rigorous real-world environment testing in Korea and the United States, we have applied our autonomous technology to passenger cars, delivery vans, small electric utility trucks, and passenger carts. Today, with operations in both Korea and the US, we are focused on growing our company in autonomous technologies.
We are looking for a highly motivated individual to work as a fabrication engineer in Cincinnati, OH, to design and supervise the production process of various components that are added to the vehicles to make them autonomous. The components include, but are not limited to, control and switch panels, different types of modules, and sensor and actuator mounting brackets.
You should provide a portfolio showing some of your previous design projects with your application.
- Cooperate with various engineering teams and collect their fabrication design needs or desired improvements
- Perform research and create 3D design models considering heat transfer, life expectancy, structural rigidity, vibration, IP rating, etc.
- Search for fabrication shops, evaluate their work quality, and request quotes
- Supervise production process
- Continuously check the condition of the fabricated products on the vehicles, report their status to the engineering teams, and suggest design improvements if needed
- At least bachelor’s degree in Manufacturing Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or a related field with a minimum of two years of professional experience
- Deep understanding of vehicle mechanics
- Profound knowledge of 3D design and modeling
- Ability to search and select proper gears, belts, different types of shafts, and mechanical components
- Experience with 3D printing
- Creative and passionate about solving mechanical problems
- Work experience in the automotive industry, computer hardware design, or electric circuit design