Bridgestone Americas, Inc.

  • Mechanical Design Engineer

    Employee Type
    Regular Full-Time
    Degree Preferred
    4 Year Degree
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  • Overview

    Success in designing and manufacturing air springs to cushion the ride of vehicles that support the world’s transportation infrastructure has fueled FSIP’s growth from a single plant in 1936 to becoming the world’s number one air spring manufacturer.  With employees throughout the world, the Company’s U.S. headquarters is located in Carmel, Indiana.


    In addition to supplying Airide™ air springs to vehicle original equipment manufacturers, FSIP also makes air springs for the industrial market and the heavy duty and light duty aftermarkets.  In the enthusiast aftermarket, FSIP is an industry leader with the Ride-Rite™, Coil-Rite™ and Level-Rite™ brands of air helper springs.


    Position Summary

    Product Engineer for Automotive Air Spring


    ​Translate technical requirements from automotive OEM customers into the design of a top mount bushing using CAD, FEA, and other tools. Consult with suppliers to develop innovative and effective ways to solve technical challenges. Be the outward face of FSIP towards our customers. Initiate and evaluate test reports. Initiate and guide lab and field testing. Create and industrialize innovative products.​


    BS degree in Mechanical Engineering

    3-5 years of product engineering experience

    Ability to give technical presentations to and interact with customers at a high and professional level

    Experience in CAD and FEA

    Pragmatic and detail oriented

    Hands on approach

    Ability to persevere in a fast paced and demanding environment

    Strong independent drive


    Experience in automotive industry

    Experience with top mount bushing, or other bushing design







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