Engineering Intern
Test Automation
Posted on 2/8/2024
Rivian

10,001+ employees

Electric vehicle manufacturer focused on sustainability
Company Overview
Rivian fosters a culture of courage, optimism, and grit, attracting a diverse team of adventurous individuals committed to making a positive global impact. The company's competitive advantage lies in its meticulous attention to vehicle capability, considering factors like tires, drive modes, and HVAC settings to optimize performance. As a leader in the automotive industry, Rivian's dedication to environmental sustainability and technical precision sets it apart from competitors.
Automotive & Transportation
Hardware

Company Stage

N/A

Total Funding

$25.3B

Founded

2009

Headquarters

Irvine, California

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

3%

1 year growth

7%

2 year growth

29%
Locations
Orange, CA, USA
Experience Level
Intern
Requirements
  • Currently pursuing a bachelors, masters, or PhD degree at an accredited university
  • Actively pursuing a degree or one closely related in Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering
  • Experience with circuit design and PCBAs
  • Hands-on experience with electrical and/or mechanical hardware
  • Experience with automation instrumentation such as programmable power supplies, multiplexers, DMMs, signal analyzers, signal generators, multifunction devices (digital and analog)
  • Experience with scripting languages such as Python or MATLAB
  • Experience with analyzing data/test results using Pandas or similar
Responsibilities
  • Create electrical schematics, mechanical drawings, documentation packages and procurement of rack-based test systems
  • Create well documented diagrams, bills of materials, and standard operating procedures for test automation components or systems
  • Collaborate with internal teams and external vendors during purchasing, build, integration, and final commissioning
  • Work with cross-functional engineering groups to define test requirements and system definitions from schematics and block diagrams