Job title: Vehicle Design Studio Intern – Exteriors
Job description: Rivian is on a mission to keep the world forever full of adventure. This applies to our zero-emission electric adventure vehicles, and the brave and curious spirits we seek to attract.
As a company, we are constantly challenging what is possible, never accepting what has always been done. We rework old problems, look for new solutions, and work comfortably in unknown areas. Our backgrounds are diverse, but our team shares a love for the outdoors and a desire to protect it for generations to come.
- Think about advanced concepts that enhance the identity of the RIVIAN brand
- Contribute to the real world, to the continuous production program
- Collaborate with studio engineers, clay designers, and the digital surfaces team
- Follow the design implementation
- Present concepts to design leadership and other teams within the company
- Enrolled in a Transportation Design, Creative, or Design-Oriented Program
- It can show the path to describe ideas at a high level
- Attention to qualitative insights and the resulting brainstorming
- Quick thinking and communication skills
- Proficiency in CAD (i.e. Alias/Mixer) an advantage, but not required
- Experience in Rapid Prototyping
- UI/UX team can work to create a comprehensive brand experience
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Location: Irvine, CA
Job date: Wed, 15 Sep 2021 04:44:23 GMT
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