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Graduate Opportunity - R&D - Chassis Design


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Tööpakkumise number 100010

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Job Description

Research & Development ensures Toyota products meet European customer demands. R&D carries out parts design and evaluation, selection and testing of materials, engine testing, design, calibration and evaluation of all European Toyota models.

The Chassis Design division is responsible for:

  • Local development and production preparation of chassis systems (suspension, steering, shift-system, brake system, etc.)
  • Support of development of chassis and brake parts & systems for all Toyota vehicles in Europe.

Your responsibilities:

  • Support production preparation of chassis parts and systems and prototype development for locally produced vehicles.
  • Co-operate with European Manufacturing divisions, related Toyota Europe divisions and local suppliers.


  • University or equivalent degree in Automotive or (Electro-) Mechanical Engineering.
  • Less than 18 months working experience.
  • Fluent in English (Japanese, German or French are an asset).
  • Excellent communication skills (oral and written).
  • Strong problem solving skills.
  • Good knowledge of MS Excel, PowerPoint, Word.
  • Team worker.
  • Willing to travel (10%).
  • Willing to work in Japan for a longer period (3 months to 1.5 years).

Should you be interested, please go to and apply on-line.

Company offers

As a young graduate, your career with us will start with a 19-month graduate development programme, which is a combination of working, and formal and informal training.

Besides a competitive base salary, you'll enjoy a wide range of extra legal benefits.

Should you be interested, please go to and apply on-line.

Additional information

Please apply with offer and reference id to:

offer id 855
reference id TMEMB2004_100872

Foreign country
Job type:
full-time, employee
Expiration date:
19 March 2007
19 March 2007