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  1. SolarCity Corporation is a subsidiary of Tesla, Inc. that specializes in solar energy services and is headquartered in San Mateo, California. SolarCity markets, manufactures, and installs residential and commercial solar panels in the US. It has also provided other energy services. In 2016, the company merged with Tesla, Inc. and now offers energy storage services through Tesla, including a turnkey residential battery backup service that incorporates Tesla's Powerwall.
TESLA Fremont, CA, USA
Oct 07, 2019
Full time
The Role: The Supply Chain Planner is responsible for ensuring raw materials, components and subassemblies are delivered to Tesla production sites to support production needs, at optimal efficiency. This individual must fully understand Tesla’s supply chain and production operations, as well as be an expert on their assigned product or commodities. They will deploy inventory strategies, be responsible for product change and associated material planning implications, manage and solve exceptions, and drive supplier execution. This role involves daily management of supply and constraints, status reporting and escalation, supplier engagement and the relentless pursuit of operational excellence and continuous improvement. The Supply Chain Planner role is typically global in scope, and requires cross-functional engagement within Tesla and across the extended supply chain. Responsibilities: Create and deploy supply requirements to the supply base via MRP which achieves production, inventory and cost objectives. Ensure demand from all sources (production, aftermarket, engineering, etc.) is supported appropriately. Manage planning system parameters and master data to optimally reflect supply chain capabilities and plan supply. Apply analytics and supply chain expertise to manage system parameters and meet target inventory and service level goals while minimizing costs and obsolescence. Build and maintain operational partnerships with assigned suppliers. Act as the primary interface with suppliers on delivery status, issues and resolution. Escalate to commercial or technical partners when required (GSM, accounts payable, quality, engineering, etc.). Support onboarding and training of new suppliers to ensure operational excellence and compliance with Tesla’s supply chain processes and policies. Coordinate supplier ramp up and down for new product launches, ensuring suppliers deliver shipments needed to support production targets. Deliver clear-to-build status, material coverage, run-out reports and other analyses as needed. Provide data-driven decision support to the broader organization through what-if and scenario planning (as examples). Manage engineering changes to minimize obsolete inventory and ensure continuous supply. Partner with IT and other business stakeholders on planning process and system improvements. Requirements: At least 5 years’ experience in manufacturing, finance, or supply chain management. Bachelors or Masters in Supply Chain, Finance, Industrial Engineering or similar discipline. CPIM or APIC training is a plus. Strong knowledge of MRP/ERP with a solid understand of discrete manufacturing, bills of material, product lifecycle management, procure to pay processes and supply chain ops. Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills. Ability to evaluate and analyze data to enable operational decision-making or present clear recommendations to leadership. Demonstrated skills in supplier operational and relationship management. Passionate and high energy, with the diplomacy and cooperative style necessary to positively influence others, both inside and outside of Tesla. Ability to write, speak and present effectively and persuasively. Ability to work independently on multiple tasks and projects in a dynamic, fast paced environment. Flexibility and adaptability are key.         Vestnys, Stephanie
TESLA San Jose, CA, USA
Jul 06, 2019
Full time
Tesla Motors is looking for a Collision Technician to work on one of the most progressive vehicle brands in the world. This position will involve supporting the Body Repair Program in all aspects of its CPO Refurbishment Hub Program. If you are interested in becoming a part of a world class service team supporting the latest EV technology, we are interested in hearing from you. Responsibilities: Follow Standards and work in Teams Perform Structural and cosmetic repairs on Tesla Model S, Model X, and Model 3 vehicles in accordance with Tesla specific Repair procedures. Use Celette Frame Jigs for setting New Structural Components Glue, Rivet, and Weld structural components being replaced. Repair exterior cosmetic panels via Metal Finishing and body filler. Replace all parts associated with collision repair including body panels, suspension parts, vehicle structure, Radiators, Airbags and Trim. Proficient in Mig Welding Requirements: 5+ years experience as an automotive collision repair Technician Excellent attitude and Enjoys working with others in teams. Neat and organized work habits. I car Mig Welding certification a plus High school diploma or equivalent; Vocational Certificate in Collision Repair is a plus. Valid Driver’s License and a good driving record. Capable of reading and comprehending automotive repair procedures.             Vestnys, Stephanie
TESLA Buena Park, CA, USA
Jul 06, 2019
Full time
In this role, you will have the opportunity to deliver a revolutionary and exceptional experience for Tesla customers each and every day. With EXCELLENCE being the passing grade, your ability to produce results and develop innovate ideas to drive efficiency will come early and often. The development of technical skills will be achieved with a combination of training programs and on the job training, so learning is a MUST. Having fun, collaborating with teammates and changing the world is the daily activity. Core tasks: TESLA Certified Technicians have a minimum of 1-2 years of experience working within the TESLA brand or have been previously certified to ‘Master’ level from prior employer. This technician will successfully complete various types of repairs ensuring the highest standard of quality. He/she will be given the responsibility to lead and provide solutions to highly complex and technically sophisticated situations that arise within service centers. Full responsibility for the quality of repairs is expected before the vehicle is ready to be returned to the customer. Pre-Diagnostic duties may be involved at this level. Competency: TESLA Certified Technicians must have demonstrated competency in solving complex technical issues in an efficient manner. A strong technical background in diagnosing complex electromechanical systems with heavy software content and deployed in safety-critical applications is required. A Diagnostic/problem solving mindset is a must. Complete ownership of the repair from customer intake to the vehicle return required. It is expected that a TESLA certified technician will lead process improvements and document for knowledge sharing. Support for the escalation of repairs via the various tools available ensuring feedback to the relevant engineering/production departments. In the absence of a TESLA Master Technician, this role will involve leading the workshop and ensuring ‘Pre-diagnosis’ is completed. Driving Customer Satisfaction metrics and team collaboration ensuring the highest level of Customer experience is required. Skillsets: Ability to liaise directly with customers at point of ‘Check in’ ensuring full transparency of customer expectations via ‘Point and Show’. Full responsibility for quality repairs to the vehicle. In the absence of a TESLA Master Technician, he/she will be responsible for the lead of quality of work conducted by other technicians. Ability to partner with various teams across the organization to share critical information gathered and share best practices to help improve our products and overall customer experience. Ability to read and interpret mechanical drawings and electrical schematics The ability to lead, guide and support fellow technicians to achieve highest quality work in the most efficient manner possible. Desired Skills: Ability to maintain a high technical skill level and full awareness of all the latest technology used in the vehicle range. Ongoing participating in ILT and Bridge training, with successful completion of annual certification exam. Proven ability to work and communicate effectively with her/his team and peers across the organization. Established ability to be self-directed and work independently, with strong organization and documentation skills. Exceptional capacity for managing simultaneous activities and challenges. Strong analytical problem solving skills and hands-on experience with hardware, tools, instruments, CAN logging database software or similar protocol analysis. Experience with complex automotive/ electromechanical systems, preferably electric vehicles or high voltage DC systems such as DC storage or DC-DC converters. Able to read and interpret mechanical drawings and electrical schematics Experience with environmental and safety requirements.           Vestnys, Stephanie
TESLA Palo Alto, CA, USA
Jul 06, 2019
Full time
As a firmware engineer within Vehicle Firmware Engineering, you will be responsible for delivering high quality embedded code running on the processors at the heart of Tesla powertrains, vehicles and energy storage systems. Come join a team of deeply knowledgeable engineers that strive to build the most robust and reliable embedded systems using cutting edge software development tools and practices. You will solve some of the most ambiguous and challenging problems in the embedded software space and change the way the world produces electric vehicles and delivers energy. At Tesla you’ll have the ability to take a lofty goal such as ‘the vehicle will park itself’ into an everyday reality.  We are currently seeking highly talented and motivated embedded software engineers / firmware development engineers from Engineer level to Staff Firmware Engineer level for our BMS (Battery Management Systems), Body Controls (robotics - mechatronics), Drive Inverter (autonomous driving "engine" of the vehicle), Gateway (central nervous system of our cars), Chassis, Thermal and Charging teams. Responsibilities: Deliver high-quality C code in a real-time embedded environment. Specify, design, and implement functionality and behaviors of embedded subsystems. Design the software architecture and firmware implementation on hardware through integration, test and high volume manufacturing. Hands-on hardware bringup, system debugging and code optimization. Make performance and optimization trade-offs to meet product requirements. Requirements: 2-10+ years of professional experience with FW and embedded software development. Experience with one ore more - full life cycle consumer electronics development, embedded systems, robotics, mechatronics, battery management systems, safety-critical SW, real-time controls, IoT, systems software or automotive engineering. Expertise in C, embedded C, familiarity with MISRA C a plus. Fluent in software fundamentals including software design and maintainability. Experience with embedded microprocessor tools. Multithreaded / Multithreading experience. Controls software and algorithm development or implementation is helpful. Test driven development and familiarity with developer driven automated testing. Understanding of physics and basic principles is highly preferred. RTOS - FreeRTOS experience as well as HW fundamentals preferred. Experience with C2000 real-time microcontrollers, TI DSPs or NXP microcontrollers is helpful. Linux kernel / platform SW experience is helpful. Education: BS, MS or PhD in EE/CE/CS, or the equivalent in experience  with evidence of exceptional ability.           Vestnys, Stephanie