Master / Bachelor Thesis / Internship as working student in Motorsport Application (m/f/d)

Description:

Master / Bachelor Thesis / Internship as working student in Motorsport Application (m/f/d)

Location:

Essen

Working area:

Application Racing

Goal of the position:

We are searching for committed students who have a sound understanding of state-of-the-art project and process management methods and tools, following automotive industry standards. Required boundaries:

Your Responsibilities:

Would you like to bring your theoretical background into practice, gaining professional experience in an OEM Motorsport Project Management environment? A unique opportunity to work as part of our team of specialists in the fascinating racing industry.
A range of topics are available in the organisational field of Motorsport Engineering:

  • Project Management: innovative lean project management methodologies and tools to maximize results, in a dynamic multi-project and sub-project environment. Strategies for KPI monitoring of technical projects. Supportive input to project management process as handbook
  • Performance & Product Engineering: maximise braking efficiency
  • Software Tools: challenges of inter-software data communication in a multi-software business environment for a lean project management
Your Profile:
  • To complete a mandatory or voluntary internship and/or a final degree thesis (Master / Bachelor Engineering), with a minimum duration of 3 months
  • You are studying a Masters / Bachelors degree in a relevant engineering discipline (e.g. automotive, industrial, production) with an appropriate focus on Project Management
  • Team player with strong communicational skills
  • Very good command of German and English languages, conversational and written
  • You display good problem-solving skills based on a solid basic engineering knowledge
  • Fascination and passion for racing
Work time model:

Flexible time program

Legal Entity:

TMD Friction Performance GmbH

Contact:

Frau Marina Dickhoff

Identifier:

2019-000479