Inspection Fixture Engineer - Manufacturing Engineering

Plymouth, MI /
Manufacturing Engineering – Manufacturing Engineering /
Full Time
Have you ever wanted to work for a company that will change the world? At Rivian, you’ll have that opportunity. For the last century, the automobile has dominated the way we move. No other mode of transport has offered the same level of flexibility in routes, departure times, or configurations. But owning a vehicle is not problem free. It depreciates in value, it's massively underutilized, and--between cleaning, maintenance, insurance, and fueling--it takes a lot of effort to keep it on the road. Beyond all of this hassle, the automotive system has contributed to many of the planet's biggest challenges, including air quality, climate change, congestion, and energy dependence. There is a better solution. This requires us to not only redesign the vehicle, but also the ecosystem around it. Backed by strong investors and driven by a team of passionate innovators, Rivian is creating solutions that redefine traditional automotive economics and remove the pain points of conventional ownership.
·       Drive dimensional controls and tolerance discussions into the basics of all design across the organization
·       Support vehicle development and design team to ensure proper GD&T is specified for supplier parts and planned for in assembly of components
·       Uphold Rivian Inspection fixture and part quality standards
·       Review part tolerance call outs for supplier components as released with RFQ packages to suppliers
·       Support component and system design simplification with an overall push for manufacturing and assembly in design
·       Follow-up with suppliers through all phases of fixture design and construction
·       Assure that all  buyoff criteria is upheld for all parts/assemblies through final approval, to include but not limited to: Certification, R&R, EC Level, part quality.
·       Work as a champion of good, fundamental design across the vehicle
·       Knowledge of an automotive design and development process, system requirements, and general engineering best practices
·       Understanding of various methods of component forming and assembly and associated part or assembly tolerances
·       Experience with component specification standards and ANSI standards for GD&T
·       Ability to review a design and process and provide suggestions to improve the repeatability of design
·       Experience with fixture design and the ability to troubleshoot fixture method repeatability issues.
·       Understanding and implementation of part quality improvements.
·       Strong skills with common workplace software (word processor, spreadsheet, database, etc).
Rivian is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Prohibits Discrimination and Harassment of Any Kind: Rivian is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a work environment free of discrimination and harassment. All employment decisions at Rivian are based on business needs, job requirements and individual qualifications, without regard to race, color, religion or belief, family or parental status, or any other status protected by the laws or regulations in the locations where we operate. Rivian will not tolerate discrimination or harassment based on any of these characteristics. Rivian encourages applicants of all ages.