Mitsubishi Motors Engineering Ann Arbor, Michigan


We are Mitsubishi Motors R & D of America, Inc. (MRDA). We provide research, design input and testing for Mitsubishi brand vehicles sold in the United States. Our cars provide a unique blend of spirited performance, inspired design, and cutting edge technology. Mitsubishi vehicles are also a reflection of the creativity and diversity of our employees who are a spirited group of individuals. They look for something different, something unique, something that stands out... And they find it here at Mitsubishi Motors. We are looking for a Technician.

Primary responsibilities are to perform necessary vehicle repairs/updates/maintenance, vehicle testing, maintain test equipment, and maintain workshop supplies.

Essential Functions:

  • Major/minor vehicle repairs, issue troubleshooting and part updates.
  • Set up testing equipment, fabricate test fixtures and prepare vehicles for test.
  • Perform vehicle maintenance on testing vehicles.
  • Support/conduct vehicle testing.
  • Summarize test results/data including providing data for report preparation.
  • Set up, prepare, and perform various vehicle or system evaluation tests in specialized areas.
  • Assist engineers in design and development of test procedures for new products and recommend product improvements.
  • Maintain parts and equipment inventory, repair and calibrate.
  • Recommend and develop procedures for technicians to use that are designed to maintain high quality standards and support continuous improvement of the organization.
  • Drive forklift and other vehicles as required for hauling and shipping purposes.

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Maintain various tools and equipment owned by the workshop.
  • Coordinate stock of parts and supplies, shipping and receiving, along with packaging used for parts shipping.
  • Assist with facilities duties to include repairs, inspections and safety functions.
  • Perform any other duties that may be assigned or required.


  • Experience in automotive mechanics including extensive knowledge of various automobiles and automobile repair.
  • Associates degree or completed certificate program.
  • ASE certified preferred