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Application engineer

Application engineer

- Brake technology (Caliper, Electric Parking Brake etc.)
development with Korean OEMs.
- Coordinate and Manage design/testing tasks between
customer and development team in Germany & Japan.
- Brake system development with respect to NVH and
performance including trouble shooting.
- Coordinate friction material development together with
- Support business acquisition activity including package
study and technical presentation
- Mechanical Engineering Bachelor degree or above
- Minimum 6 years Automotive industry experience.
- Minimum 3 years Hydraulic Brake System product
- Good Written and Speaking in English.
- Good team player.
- PC/Windows/MS Office skill
Continental develops pioneering technologies and services for sustainable and connected mobility of people and their goods. Founded in 1871, the technology company offers safe, efficient, intelligent and affordable solutions for vehicles, machines, traffic and transportation. In 2021, Continental generated sales of €33.8 billion and currently employs more than 190,000 people in 58 countries and markets. On October 8, 2021, the company celebrated its 150th anniversary. The Automotive group sector comprises technologies for passive safety, brake, chassis, motion and motion control systems. Innovative solutions for assisted and automated driving, display and operating technologies, as well as audio and camera solutions for the vehicle interior, are also part of the portfolio, as is intelligent information and communication technology for the mobility services of fleet operators and commercial vehicle manufacturers. Comprehensive activities relating to connectivity technologies, vehicle electronics and high-performance computers round off the range of products and services


Continental-Caoutchouc- & Gutta-Percha-Compagnie was founded in Hanover on October 8, 1871, as a joint stock company.

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