Maruti Suzuki Hiring for Automotive Engineer (Fresher)

Job Summary :

Working as an automotive engineer, you’ll design new products and in some cases modify those currently in use. You’ll also identify and solve engineering problems.

You’ll need to have a combination of engineering and commercial skills to be able to deliver projects within budget. Once you’ve built up experience, it’s likely you’ll specialise in a particular area, for example, structural design, exhaust systems or engines.

Typically, you’ll focus on one of three main areas:

  • Design
  • Production
  • Research and development.

Roles & Responsibility :

  • Use computer-aided design (CAD) packages to develop ideas and produce designs.
  • Decide on the most appropriate materials for component production.
  • Solve engineering problems using electrical, hydraulic, thermodynamic or pneumatic principles.
  • Build prototypes of components and test their performance, weaknesses and safety.
  • Take into consideration changing customer needs and government emissions regulations when developing new designs and manufacturing procedures.
  • Prepare material, cost and timing estimates, reports and design specifications.
  • Liaise with suppliers and handle supply chain management issues.
  • Manage projects, including budgets, production schedules, resources, staff and supervise quality control.
  • Inspect and test drive vehicles and check for faults.

Required Qualification / Desired Skill :

  • Bachelor’s degree in Automobile/Automotive Engineering.
  • An interest in motor vehicle engineering and design.
  • A high level of numeracy and technical competency, with an understanding of the applications used within design and production.
  • An eye for detail.
  • Ability to analyse and interpret data to help with problem-solving.
  • Effective communication and presentation skills with colleagues and clients.
  • Ability to work effectively in teams but also independently, and to take responsibility.
  • Good time-management and organisational skills to make sure design projects and production run to schedule.
  • Ability to work within cost constraints.
  • Commitment to keep up to date with design and engineering technology.
  • Commercial and industry awareness.