Automotive Engineer Resume Samples
Address: 250 North State St Big Rapids, MI 49307
Phone: (231) 796-6848
Email: [email protected]
Current job: Automotive Technician at Chrysler
Pursuing a position in the automotive industry in which I can utilize and build upon my current knowledge of modern automotive manufacturing and engineering.
- Strong logical and analytical skills
- Detail-oriented and striven for perfection
- Outstanding written and verbal skills
- Capability to work in a group environment
- Understanding of essential automotive terms
- Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
- Strong background in mathematics and physics
- Experienced in use of CAD systems
- Extensive background in information technology
- Broad understanding of current automotive terms and systems
Automotive Quality Engineer, 2017 – Present
General Motors Fairfax Assembly Plant, Kansas City, KS
Duties and Responsibilities
- Resolved issues regarding the customer voice navigation unit.
- Developed timely solutions that minimized overall cost and time to implement.
- Designed projects never saw before in the automotive industry.
- Designed projects to improve products already in the automotive industry.
- Directed a large group of employees engaged in the specialized tasks.
- Coordinated the supplier quality of products received.
- Wrote PRR’s and initiated Controller Shipping for suppliers that have progressed beyond the PRR system.
- Communicated lessons learned to SMT’s and Validation Teams.
- Devised tests which answer questions from clients and other engineers on the development of the product.
Automotive Engineer in Product Innovation, 2015 – 2017
Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, Michigan
Duties and Responsibilities
- Used my innovation to bring forth different kinds of test procedures.
- Managed products using problem-solving in order to introduce new products to the market.
- Devised and organized tests to answer client and consumer questions involved in the development of the vehicles.
- Build individual projects with a larger team, and then worked independently on my specific duty.
- Managed all the details of projects, including projected costs.
- Monitored any related systems or engineering issues associated with the final project.
- Attended team meetings regularly to report my progress and any problems I have found with the project.
- Supervised the technical staff of engineers and designers.
Automotive Assistant, 2016 – 2015
Firestone, Big Rapids, Michigan
Duties and Responsibilities
- Performed simple maintenance tasks such as battery checks and replacement of air filters and spark plugs
- Assisted lead mechanics in jobs by providing tools and following orders
- Performed test drives to assess automotive issues
- Kept shelves properly stocked and work area clean and safe
- Made sure all tools and diagnostic equipment functioned properly
- Performed car detailing…..
- Sustained inventory and maintained records of shop paperwork
- Answered calls and responded to customer questions and concerns
- Handled customer transactions when needed
Master of Science in Automotive Engineering
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
2015-2015, 3.6 GPA
Bachelor of Science in Automotive Engineering Technology
Ferris State University, Big Rapids, MI
2017-2015, 3.7 GPA
High School, Big Rapids High School
Big Rapids, MI
- DOB: August 1, 1984
- Hobbies include working on project cars
- Married with one child
Advice for your Automotive Engineering Interview
Get To Know The Company And The Position
Before going into the interview, make sure you learn everything you can about the company and the position you are applying for. A lot of history and information can most likely be found on the company website, if available. Be prepared to know what exactly the company does and how your position might be unique to the operations. The interviewers will most likely want to know why you specifically want to work for their company. On top of what you can do for them, they wish to know what they can do for you.
Review The Job Requirements
Make sure you are familiar with the responsibilities of the position and what is expected out of the person in the role. Go through the list of duties and responsibilities for the job title. Think of examples of the skills and/or experiences you have that compare to those responsibilities. This will help prepare you to answer situational questions you might get.
Have Your Wardrobe Ready The Day Before
Avoid having to rush putting together an outfit by preparing it ahead of time. Your appearance makes a big difference. The interviewers will make judgments as soon as you walk through the door. Avoid procrastinating altogether and arrive at your interview early.
Bring Certificates And Extra Resumes
I assume you have a really solid automotive engineer resume to be able to get the interview. But be sure to bring additional resumes just in case you are interviewed by multiple people. It’s always better to be safe than sorry. In addition, bring any documentation or prior achievements and certificates. This will provide the employer’s evidence of your achievements listed on your resume.
Rehearse Your Interview Questions
Make a list of general and specific interview questions you think you may be asked. Come up with answers to each of the questions. Things do not always sound the same spoken as they do in your head. So be sure you practice voicing out your answers either in front of the mirror or in front of a few people conducting a practice interview. Here are some questions you might be asked in an interview.
- Describe some of your greatest strengths and weaknesses?
- What made you choose to work in the automotive industry?
- What experiences do you have with 3D modeling?
- Describe a problem you ran into as an automotive technician and how you dealt with it?
- Tell us the difference between MVA and KVA and what you know about them?
- How do you work under pressure and stress?
- Describe what a knee point is and its significance to automotive engineering?
- Why do you want to become an automotive engineer?
Come Up With Questions To Ask
Every interview ends with the question “Do you have any questions for us?” Do not say no. Take this opportunity to emphasize your desire to work for the company. Here are some questions you might consider asking.
- What aspect of the company do you take pride in the most?
- What should someone in this position expect to
- How is someone in this position evaluated in the first six months?
- How is someone’s success measured in this role?
- What is the training structure here and what is the process of preparing someone for their position?
- What changes do you think the company will go through in the next five years?
Follow Up With The Employer
Be certain that you contact the employer if you have not heard back from them after a week. You are most likely just one of plenty of candidates for the job. You want to show them that you want to work for their company. You can do so by sending a simple e-mail to show your appreciation.
Last Updated on June 22, 2021 by Felix Tarcomnicu