Chief Scientist of Intelligent Driving - 深圳市等, Guangdong China - 16680

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Job #: 16680
Title: Chief Scientist of Intelligent Driving
Job Location: Shenzhen City, Guangdong - China
Employment Type:
Salary: $1,500,000.00 - $2,000,000.00 - Chinese Yuan Renminbi - Yearly
Other Compensation: Base salary plus bonus plus stock plus allowances
Employer Will Recruit From: Worldwide
Autonomous Car Driving companies, OR Research Institutes
Relocation Paid?: Yes


Client is a 100b ICT company in China, and have recently entered aggressively into the IoVechicle and Autonomous Driving business.

Now looking for a Chief Scientist for Intelligent Driving

Annual Package will be over US$ 400,000 (Salary between  US$ 200,000 to 300,000) !


Planning and decision-making:  

Leading the strategic planning, technical route planning and technical decision-making of intelligent driving.


Responsible for the overall solution design of the intelligent driving system and propose a competitive system architecture.

Research and patents:

Lead the team to carry out key technology research on intelligent driving, carry out patent layout, and build the core

competitiveness of intelligent driving.

Standards and industry:

The formulation of technical standards for intelligent driving industry and the construction of technological breakpoints

in the industry chain.



? * As a core member of Tier 1 or well-known car companies at domestic and abroad, participated in intelligent driving self-study projects

       such as assisted driving, automatic driving, and driverless driving.

       Should have experience in R&D and mass production of mainstream intelligent driving projects (L2+).

? * As a core member, participated in the R&D experience of mainstream smart driving projects at home and abroad (L2/L3/L4/...), and have good

       experience in mass production development.

? * Much preferred:

       Relevant academic research experience in mainstream research institutions and universities (such as Stanford, etc.);

       or participation in well-known smart driving competitions in China or abroad, such as China Smart Car Future Challenger Competition, World Intelligent Driving

       Challenger Competition, and as core member of the award-winning team (top three).


University - PhD