Polestar is an electric performance brand, determined to improve the society we live in. Our focus is on uncompromised design and technology. We constantly redefine the norm and challenge ourselves to shine. Passion and emotion drive us, electricity and innovation drive our cars. Our products are excellent, efficient, and entertaining.
In Polestar’s future, there is no room for shortcuts, excuses, or compromises. We are all in, dedicated to our ambition. Guiding our industry forward through pure, progressive performance.
Due to aggressive growth plans Polestar is currently looking to recruit a Surface Materials Assessment Engineer as part of the Materials Delivery Team.
In order to succeed at Polestar you will need to possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills as the ability to build effective working relationships across multiple disciplines is paramount. Attitude is everything at Polestar, we are always pushing boundaries and to achieve the unimaginable you must have a can-do approach and an open mind to endless possibilities.
- Forward thinking and constantly up to date with automotive and adjacent industry material trends
- Self-motivated with excellent collaboration skills, able to adapt and learn in the role
- Challenging of ‘the norm’ and not accepting of what has been done before
- You have a passion for sustainability and desire to improve and impact the world we live in
- You have an understanding of materials and a working knowledge of how to develop and improve material attributes and properties.
- You have a proven ability to work to deadlines and prioritise your own workload
Working in the Surface Materials team, you will work closely with the Engineering teams and their Suppliers, to ensure excellent Material Quality. You will be responsible for completing appearance-based assessments during the development phase of the vehicle, as well as supporting the maintenance of quality during production. You will play a central part in delivering our market leading design and developing our sustainable material portfolio.
The role will entail the following responsibilities:
- Supporting with material quality assessments across the vehicle, developing and maintaining processes for submission and approval
- Creating and managing cosmetic standards, and boundary/grey books, for components and systems
- Working with suppliers and reporting out on issues found during assessments
- Collaborating internally with Engineering and Design, with opportunities to work on new material developments
- Managing appearance masters and distribution
Minimum Required Skills & Experience:
- Some experience working in the Automotive Industry or similar field
- An Engineering degree
- Experience with Microsoft Office applications
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Excellent interpersonal & organisational skills, with good attention to detail
- Able to work in start-up environment
- Experience in materials development / science
- Experience developing materials from early stages to production level
- Experience with colour and appearance assessments
If you believe you have what it takes to work at the heart of automotive innovation, then we look forward to reviewing your application.