Manager, Integration and Series Engineering


Rivian is on a mission to keep the world adventurous forever. This goes for the emissions-free Electric Adventure Vehicles we build, and the curious, courageous souls we seek to attract. 

As a company, we constantly challenge what’s possible, never simply accepting what has always been done. We reframe old problems, seek new solutions and operate comfortably in areas that are unknown. Our backgrounds are diverse, but our team shares a love of the outdoors and a desire to protect it for future generations. 


  • Manager of Battery Integration and Series Engineering Team in Normal, Illinois.
  • Responsible to lead team in launch of battery pack into start of production, sustaining and continuous improvement of battery module after launch
  • Design and Release responsibility of assemblies and components during production launch, ramping up of production and sustaining phase
  • Responsible for maintaining ramp rate of battery pack, subassembly, and components during launch and into production
  • Holistic sustainability of Battery Module assembly, subassembly, and components
  • Responsible to lead team in the continued optimization of Battery Pack, subassembly, and components
  • Lead team in performing Design Reviews
  • Lead BOM management and change management post launch
  • Lead DFMEA efforts and support of PFMEA efforts post launch
  • Lead team in preparation of rework plans and quality requirements for rework.
  • Lead Collaboration with manufacturing and Quality to solve yield and scrap issues
  • Lead cross functional team in defining validation requirements based on design or process change
  • Lead product improvements and understanding impacts of cost and mass post start of production.
  • Lead team in battery module teardown efforts for factory and field failures
  • Lead team in supplier engagement activities to drive home changes, monitor line audits and manage part qualifications


  • 5+ years industry experience with Bachelors’ degree or 1+ years with Masters’ degree.
  • Experience with battery pack and module design including structural, thermal, and electrical components of battery system.
  • Understanding of battery system architectures and system requirements.
  • Understanding and execution of root cause and corrective action
  • Proficiency with statistics and data analysis
  • Understanding of line FAT and SAT
  • Strong understanding of high-volume manufacturing processes and equipment
  • Strong collaboration skills with engineering, manufacturing, reliability, and quality engineers
  • Experience with release engineering including CAD design, GD&T, and PLM interface
  • Familiarity with modeling/analysis tools for structural and thermal analysis
  • Understanding of safety protocols for battery modules
  • Experience with automotive DVP&R cycle, requirements management, and issue tracking – JIRA, JAMA, IQ-RM, Plato
  • Proficiency with CATIA V6 (3Dx) and Enovia proficiency

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