Product Design Engineer, Pixel Phones
- Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering, Product Design, a related field, or equivalent practical experience.
- 1 year of experience in product design engineering.
- Experience designing mechanical components such as plastic or metal parts, mechanical assemblies, printed circuit boards, or flexes.
- Experience using computer-aided design tools such as NX, Creo, or Solidworks.
- 3 years work experience in consumer product design.
- Experience shipping multiple consumer products.
- Experience with multiple manufacturing methods used in consumer products.
- Experience collaborating with suppliers around the world on part manufacturing and final assembly, including onsite factory support.
- System integration experience, including electro-mechanical components (audio, display, camera, antenna, etc.), waterproofing, thermals, grounding or product architecture.
- Proficiency with NX and Teamcenter.
About the job
As a Product Design Engineer, you’ll design the next generation of Pixel phones. You will drive the design, analysis, and prototyping of new concepts while working in a manufacturing and product-oriented development environment. You will work on a Product Design team that balances comfort, performance, and appearance in an innovative design that complements and enables the technology. You’ll collaborate with external vendors and internal cross-functional teams such as Electrical Engineering, Antenna, Industrial Design, Reliability, Operations, Camera, and Product to define and deliver excellent products.
The Google Pixel team focuses on designing and delivering the world's most helpful mobile experience. The team works on shaping the future of Pixel devices and services through some of the most advanced designs, techniques, products, and experiences in consumer electronics. This includes bringing together the best of Google’s artificial intelligence, software, and hardware to build global smartphones and create transformative experiences for users across the world.
The US base salary range for this full-time position is $118,000-$172,000 + bonus + equity + benefits. Our salary ranges are determined by role, level, and location. The range displayed on each job posting reflects the minimum and maximum target for new hire salaries for the position across all US locations. Within the range, individual pay is determined by work location and additional factors, including job-related skills, experience, and relevant education or training. Your recruiter can share more about the specific salary range for your preferred location during the hiring process.
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- Design a moderately complex subsystem or multiple individual parts from concept to production.
- Collaborate with suppliers of subsystems or individual parts throughout the design and manufacturing process.
- Identify the root cause of design, manufacturing or reliability issues and develop corrective actions.
- Balance design considerations such as functionality, sustainability, reliability, human factors, manufacturability, and aesthetics.
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