Tesla, Inc. is an American multinational automotive and clean energy company headquartered in Austin, Texas. Tesla designs and manufactures electric vehicles, battery energy storage from home to grid scale, solar panels and roof tiles, and related products and services.
Collaborating – Participate in cross-functional discussions with mechanical, electrical, program management, and firmware engineers as well as fabricators and designers
Schematic design – use EDA tools to define the electrical components and their connectivity
Harness design – work on capturing the schematic and support team of technicians during the building of harnesses
PCB Layout – supervise the generation of board design files through all design phases
Validation – generate test plans with key milestones that focus on de-risking product and/or feature deployment and align with the program timelines
Prototyping – support early-stage new vehicle programs, by designing and integrating novel electromechanical systems
Characterization – ensure the hardware meets required design criteria across a host of environments and regulations while collaborating with the reliability, test, and homologation teams
Debugging – Use various debugging tools to do board-level as well as full system-level debugging, calibration, and tuning
Support – assist in detailed harness design, with schematics containing various endpoints, controllers, and other electronic devices
Training & development
Tesla is known for having a strong culture of learning and development, with a focus on empowering employees to innovate and grow. Some examples of training and development initiatives that Tesla has been involved in include Apprenticeship programs, Leadership Development, Technical Training, and Employee development. Tesla is committed to providing its employees with the training and development they need to succeed and thrive in their roles.
Compensation & Benefits
The salary for this role is $20.00 - $50.00 per hour. Pay offered may vary depending on multiple individualized factors, including market location, job-related knowledge, skills, and experience. As a full-time Tesla Intern, you will be eligible for:
Aetna PPO and HSA plans > 2 medical plan options with $0 payroll deduction
Family-building, fertility, adoption, and surrogacy benefits
Dental (including orthodontic coverage) and vision plans. Both have an option with a $0 payroll contribution
Company Paid (Health Savings Account) HSA Contribution when enrolled in the High Deductible Medical Plan with HSA
Healthcare and Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA)
401(k), Employee Stock Purchase Plans, and other financial benefits
Company Paid Basic Life, AD&D, and short-term disability insurance
Employee Assistance Program
Sick time after 90 days of employment and Paid Holidays.
Career progression at Tesla is often driven by individual performance, initiative, and a willingness to take on new challenges. The company values employees who are passionate about their work, demonstrate a strong work ethic, and are committed to driving Tesla's mission forward.
Telsa replaced corporate hierarchy and bureaucratic conventions with open communication and a collaborative working environment. By promoting a safe, innovative, and inclusive culture, anyone with the talent, energy and focus to solve hard problems has a seat at the table.
Tesla’s organizational culture empowers its workforce to search for ideal solutions that make the business stand out in the automotive industry and energy generation and storage industries. The company encourages employees to innovate to support the continuous improvement of the business. Through the organizational culture, Tesla Inc.’s management optimizes employees to achieve creative and innovative behaviors.
Pursuing a B.S. or M.S. degree or equivalent in Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Systems Engineering, or Mechatronic Engineering
Experience with schematic design, component selection, and PCBAs
Experience with system design and integration
Exceptional organization and communication skills (both written and verbal)
Experience using test and measurement equipment like oscilloscopes, signal generators, arbitrary waveform generators, etc.
Experience with PCBA assembly, soldering, debugging, reflow, etc.
Must be detail-oriented with an ability to think through problems on large complex assemblies
Passion for building products
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