Position – Technical Engineer – Digital Workshop – XWZ
Company – Mercedes-Benz Research and Development India Private Limited
Location – Bengaluru, Karnataka, IN
A Technical Engineer at Mercedes-Benz is responsible for a range of tasks that involve researching and analyzing engineering data, creating illustrations for digital repair and maintenance solutions for after-sales support, and maintaining a database of illustrations and documents. The engineer would be expected to have a broad understanding of the various carlines and engine types offered by Mercedes-Benz and would be required to coordinate with different departments for updates and improvements to the assigned work area.
The role of the technical engineer is vital in ensuring the quality and longevity of Mercedes-Benz vehicles through the creation of detailed repair and maintenance solutions. These solutions are essential to providing excellent after-sales support to Mercedes-Benz customers. Technical Engineers are required to keep up with the latest engineering developments and advancements to maintain the integrity of the brand and ensure it remains at the forefront of the automotive industry.
A successful candidate for the role of Technical Engineer should have a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering or Automobile Engineering and have a strong understanding of CAD design software, as well as experience with researching and analyzing engineering data. Additionally, they should be able to work effectively in a team and have strong communication skills to coordinate with different departments.
Working as a Technical Engineer at Mercedes-Benz is an opportunity to be a part of a reputable and well-established company, to develop and expand one’s skills, and to make a meaningful impact in the automotive industry. The company has a culture of innovation, sustainability and values its employees, and is committed to providing excellent products and services to its customers.
About the Company
Mercedes-Benz, founded by Gottlieb Daimler and Carl Benz in 1886, has a rich history in the automotive industry. The company’s founders revolutionized transportation by developing the car in 1886 and Mercedes-Benz has continued to push the boundaries of what is possible in the field of automotive engineering ever since. The company regards defining the future of transportation in a safe and sustainable manner as both a motivator and a duty as a pioneer in the industry.
As a result, Mercedes-Benz’s focus remains on new and green technology, as well as the creation of safe and outstanding automobiles that fascinate and inspire. Mercedes-Benz continues to invest consistently in the development of efficient powertrains and charts the road toward an all-electric future. Where market conditions allow, the company pursues the aim of going all-electric. Mercedes-Benz is transitioning from electric-first to electric-only, rushing towards an emissions-free and software-driven future.
The company distributes automobiles and services in practically every nation and has manufacturing plants in Europe, North and Latin America, Asia, and Africa. Mercedes-Benz is considered to be the world’s preeminent luxury automobile firm and is the world’s most valuable luxury car brand (source: Interbrand research, 20 Oct. 2021). Mercedes-Benz is joined by Mercedes-AMG, Mercedes-Maybach, Mercedes-EQ, and Mercedes me, as well as the Mercedes-Benz Mobility brands Mercedes-Benz Bank, Mercedes-Benz Financial Services, and Athlon.
Mercedes-Benz’s commitment to innovation and sustainability is evident in its products, which range from the sleek and efficient Electric Drive cars to the top-of-the-line Maybach luxury vehicles. The company’s commitment to safety is also evident in its vehicles, which include cutting-edge safety features such as driver assistance systems, lane keeping assist, and collision prevention.
The company is publicly traded on the stock markets in Frankfurt and Stuttgart (ticker symbol MBG) and in 2021, it employed around 172,000 people and sold 2.3 million automobiles. Group sales was €168.0 billion, while Group EBIT was €29.1 billion. Mercedes-Benz is not just a car maker, it’s a technology company, with digitalization and connectivity playing an increasingly important role in the company’s plans for the future. With the goal of becoming the world’s leading provider of premium cars, Mercedes-Benz continues to develop and produce new and innovative vehicles.
As a company, Mercedes-Benz is not just focused on the present, but also on shaping the future. With an emphasis on sustainability and innovation, Mercedes-Benz is leading the way in the automotive industry and is committed to creating vehicles that are not just safe and efficient, but also exciting and beautiful. It is an exciting time to be a part of Mercedes-Benz and the company is always looking for talented and motivated individuals to join its team.