The Position (Senior) ENGINEER Total Vehicle Management for N Brand (m/f/d) was posted in Jobs for Professionals and is vacant since

To start shortly, we are currently seeking for our department High Performance Vehicle Test & Development a

(Senior) ENGINEER Total Vehicle Management for N Brand (m/f/d) 


  • Planning and coordination of development vehicles (upgrading, modifying) in close cooperation with tuning engineers and technicians
  • Coordination of workshop activities
  • Prepare and support test sessions for suspension, steering, powertrain and driving dynamics systems
  • Prepare and conduct joint evaluation rides
  • Overall vehicle performance evaluation
  • Definition of measures together with the relevant departments in case of target deviation
  • Support preparation and management of press cars
  • Reporting and documentation of vehicle status and planning as well as test results in English language
  • Collaboration with our R&D Center in Namyang (South Korea) and suppliers, Engineering companies and Universities



  • Degree in mechanical/ automotive engineering, mechatronics or similar
  • Several years of experience at a car maker or engineering company with focus on development vehicle coordination
  • Broad knowledge of complete vehicle as a system with focus on Chassis/Suspension that enables to coordinate necessary workshop and test activities
  • Good vehicle evaluation skills (e.g. NVH), experience on driving and evaluation on the limit is desirable
  • Interest in latest technology and development tools
  • Pro-active and self-motivated attitude
  • Good teamplayer with quick perception of functionalities
  • Good command of German and English language is mandatory
  • Good computer and presentation skills (MS office etc.)
  • Willingness to travel
  • Willingness to work in an international environment


Become part of our success story and join our international teams!

For questions and details please do not hesitate to contact Ms. Wilcke.

We look forward to your detailed application, preferably via: