LiveWire – Electrical/Vehicle System Graduate/Undergraduate Intern

LiveWire is pioneering the future of motorcycling by means of design, software, and experience. Success for this team is creating the most desirable electric motorcycle brand in the world. Operating like a start-up, we’re seeking problem-solvers who demonstrate leadership while being comfortable with hands-on work every day.

Job Summary

We are seeking electrical and mechanical engineering students to design and deliver components and integrated systems from concept to production with specialized focus in areas including:  Power Electronics, Controls, EV System Integration and Verification/Validation

 

 Job Responsibilities

  • Closely interface with other engineering groups as well as cross-functional teams to develop world class designs while leveraging Harley-Davidson’s extensive product development assets including test labs, proving grounds and advanced product development capabilities.
  • Potential projects may include the following:
    • Motor controls and dyno support
    • Mechanical design and integration of EV systems
    • Power electronics analysis or design support
    • Test lab support

 

Education Requirements

  • Graduate and undergraduate students in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Software Engineering or a related technical Degree.

 

Experience Requirements

  • Proven success in solving challenging technical problems with innovative solutions in a team environment.
  • Ability to communicate technical subjects in a clear, concise manner to multiple levels of the organization.
  • Experience with project management tools and principles

 

Contact Information: If you are interested in this position or would like to learn more about it, contact Pia Strampp or Kyle Hanson at strampp@wisc.edukyle.hanson@wisc.edu

For direct questions about the role / applications please email Sam Reitinger at LiveWire!