Manufacturing Engineering Electric System
Posted on 9/10/2023
Scout Motors

51-200 employees

Motor Vehicle Manufacturing.
Company Overview
Scout is more than just a brand, it’s a legacy steeped in a culture of exploration, caretaking, and hard work. To be a Scout isn‘t just to be a part of a company, it‘s to be a visionary and a leader, someone who seeks new paths and imparts lessons learned to others, leading them forward to new horizons. Here at Scout Motors, we‘re carrying forward the heritage of one of the most iconic American vehicles in history. A vehicle dating back to 1960, one that forged the path for future generations of rugged SUVs and will do so once again.
Columbia, SC, USA
Experience Level
Desired Skills
Data Analysis
Product Design
Mechanical Engineering
  • 3+ years professional experience with expertise in manufacturing engineering or production planning (General Assembly or Battery Assembly), including ability to achieve stable production processes
  • Deep knowledge of vehicle engineering processes
  • Bachelor's/ Master's degree in mechanical, electrical engineering or equivalent
  • Skillful at organizational navigation and cross-functional collaboration at all levels; ability to develop effective partnerships and relationships
  • Creative and strategic problem solver who exercises sound judgment
  • Your goal is to improve the design of the vehicles according to the needs of manufacturing to enable stable and ergonomic processes that are feasible for high volume manufacturing
  • Identify, decide, and implement technical requirements from manufacturing to influence product design
  • Collaborate with manufacturing, quality, production control, and engineering to provide product design and product concepts according to the needs of General Assembly and Battery Assembly
  • Use CAD-Data-Analysis, Simulations, and virtual tests to identify risks for high volume manufacturing
  • Identify and implement ideas to improve product design to ensure stable assembly processes and minimal rework in series production
  • Ensure that all products are designed to meet assembly requirements and that product design is feasible for high volume manufacturing
  • Take responsibility for all communication between production planning assembly and engineering department as Single point of contact for all vehicle design related topics
  • Use cross departmental collaboration to meet and exceed company goals and objectives in the field of design for manufacturing
  • Coordinating activities within the team that outline and achieve project goals
  • Providing instruction and guidance about required techniques and regulations