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Team/division descriptionThe Production Parts Logistics Division is responsible for; monthly logistics network planning, high quality, safe operations, monthly network design in Just In time philosophy. Job scope is collection of 600+ European suppliers parts and deliver to each of the 4 Vehicle Plants (in UK, France, Czech & Turkey), 3 Unit Plants (UK and Poland) and Other Regions (Japan, South Africa, Russia, etc) considering best supply chain solutions. Toyota Production System (TPS) considers Logistics as the core of the supply chain to achieve Just-In-Time.  The division is split into different Regional Teams for Logistics (UK, Turkey, West and Mid Europe) and Export.  Your Project:You will join one of our Planning & Operations teams where you will be supporting our monthly planning of our parts logistics operations in Europe. We will also be involved in project(s) and support the identification as well as the implementation of kaizen in our supply chain. Key  focus being on Quality, Cost or Delivery Improvement.To achieve this will need to:• Learn and professionally use Toyota Logistics Planning system• Learn and fully understand Toyota’s Logistics network and specific operation standards to ensure application through the logistics network you are responsible for.• Acquire a deep understanding of Just-in-Time (JIT).• Define strategies to achieve Toyota main Logistics Pillars, Even Pitch, minimum lead time, max efficiency an flexibility. • Consense the improvement ideas with the key stakeholders.• Implement the kaizen and confirm the achievement of target. Place of  employment: Toyota Motor Europe,  Head Office - Brussels (Evere) Starting date: July or October Duration: 6 MonthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance. It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2021-3073
Team/division descriptionThe Product & Marketing Management Division develops the strategy and leads the planning of new Toyota models with the target to deliver the best product for European markets while ensuring achievement of our business objectives. We are handling product planning (volume, specification, pricing), marketing strategy (sales & marketing strategy development & implementation across our markets, launch management) and lifecycle management. Our Department, Cross-Carline, is responsible for creating a consistent strategy across Toyota models. You will mainly be involved in safety (ADAS) strategy planning and sustainable roadmap planning. Your projectYour main activities and responsibilities will lie in supporting the team in their projects and daily tasks.You will have the chance to learn and understand the core job in product planning, understand key Toyota values and business approach and build your network within Toyota Motor Europe organisation. As part of your daily tasks you will support in:• Market & sales data analysis,• Competitive benchmarking,• Analytical support to the team (research, data queries), • Creation of presentation materials and business cases. Place of employment : Toyota Motor Europe - BrusselsStarting date:  June, July, or September 2021Duration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance. It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship.  We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2021-3065
Team/division descriptionWithin Electronics Engineering division, ADAS group is in charge of developing and evaluating the future ADAS functions (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) focusing on our customer comfort and safety. Those systems, e.g. Toyota Safety Sense, are using sensors such as camera, radar, ultrasonic devices. Your projectAs intern, you will contribute to improve the efficiency of ADAS function development and evaluation in simulation environment by:• Analysing current procedure of ADAS function evaluation• Develop system specification for next generation ADAS• Implement & simulate algorithm (sensor fusion, HMI or actuator control)• Test concept using fast prototyping tool on bench and on vehicle• Design functional safety concepts for the system• Benchmark competition and monitor latest technologies Place of employment: Belgium - Brussels (Zaventem) : Toyota Motor Europe,  Technical CentreStarting date: May 2021 or laterDuration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance.  It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2021-3051
Team/division descriptionWithin Electronics Engineering division, Multimedia team is in working on the development and evaluation of the future in-vehicle infotainment systems. The system development is part of a global activity. To support the evaluation of multimedia systems, EE Multimedia team is developing an automated test system. Your projectYou will contribute to the development of the automated test system focussing on 2 fields:- Analyse multimedia system specifications and investigate multimedia system gyroscope- Identify method for simulating vehicle movement through gyro stimulation or simulation- Integrate the identified method in the automated test bench- Synchronise the method with already implemented GPS and speed simulations- Created demo test cases showing the effectiveness of the method Place of employment: Belgium - Brussels (Zaventem) : Toyota Motor Europe,  Technical CentreStarting date: May 2021 or laterDuration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance.  It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2021-3050
Team/division descriptionVehicle Performance Engineering Division is responsible for vehicle evaluation, incl method development, target setting & confirmation. We create digital models for early simulation and test actual prototypes from early stage till start of production. Our team is responsible for developing & testing new ideas based on real time big data collection which we do on a dedicated fleet. Working closely with the people responsible for market introduction, we test new ideas, confirm scope & feasibility. Your projectUsing available remote vehicle data & component data, you will work on different approaches to analyse component wear. You will the technical approach for input data, output image, BI & visualisation, possible implementation into the vehicle / as a service. You will explore vehicle/component usage taking into account all possible variables & input factors. Place of employment: Belgium - Brussels (Zaventem) : Toyota Motor Europe, Technical CentreStarting date: May 2021Duration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance. It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2021-3047
Team/division descriptionVehicle Performance Engineering – Model Based DevelopmentThe VPE-MBD team has the role of developing and deploying digital methods for vehicle development to the R&D organization; this includes simulation and virtual evaluation technologies for vehicle dynamics performance teams (handling, ride comfort, drivability, etc.), as well as research on more advanced performance indicators for objective target setting for the vehicle and its subsystems. Your projectVIRTUAL TIRE DEVELOPMENT FOR RIDE & HANDLING SIMULATIONS WITH ADVANCED ROAD-TYRE MODELSThe mission of the work will be to improve the understanding of the road-tyre interaction by the introduction of higher fidelity models and contribute to the virtual development of a new tire.• Integration of CD-Tire model into MBD toolchain (Simpack/CarMaker and specific road profiles)• Study performance differences between CD-tire and MF for different manouevres (initial response, information through steering wheel, combined slip, limit handling, ride comfort) to improve methodology for virtual tire development.• Design and optimization of new tire following future vehicle target performance. Place of employment: Belgium - Brussels (Zaventem) : Toyota Motor Europe,  Technical CentreStarting date: ASAPDuration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance.  It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2021-3046
Team/division descriptionVehicle Performance Engineering – Model Based DevelopmentThe VPE-MBD team has the role of developing and deploying digital methods for vehicle development to the R&D organization; this includes simulation and virtual evaluation technologies for vehicle dynamics performance teams (handling, ride comfort, drivability, etc.), as well as research on more advanced performance indicators for objective target setting for the vehicle and its subsystems. Your projectMachine learning based identification of vehicle characteristics from digital twinsYour mission will be to develop a robust parameter estimation methodology trained by data from high fidelity digital twins (e.g. vehicle mass and center of gravity estimated from handling manoeuvres, or prediction of suspension loads); the methodology will be validated with data from a fleet of vehicles in the market and tested for deployment to real time applications. Place of employment: Belgium - Brussels (Zaventem) : Toyota Motor Europe,  Technical CentreStarting date: August 2021Duration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance.  It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2021-3045
Team/division descriptionVehicle Performance Engineering – Model Based DevelopmentThe VPE-MBD team has the role of developing and deploying digital methods for vehicle development to the R&D organization; this includes simulation and virtual evaluation technologies for vehicle dynamics performance teams (handling, ride comfort, drivability, etc.), as well as research on more advanced performance indicators for objective target setting for the vehicle and its subsystems. Your projectSYMBIOTIC-ADAPTIVE DRIVING RESEARCH AND APPLICATIONThe mission of the work will be to improve the understanding of the driver-vehicle interaction for continuous or intermittent steering and throttle control. A human-centric approach including driver modelling is necessary to develop and validate.Specific activity content:[1]  Design of an ADAS system for symbiotic driving combining the existing steering assist with a longitudinal control (ACC/Brake)[2] Adapt driver model to combine longitudinal & lateral control[3] Calibration of the proposed controller to improve path following accuracy and driver comfort, by improving the matching of real drivers on driving simulator experiment with driver model estimation. Place of employment: Belgium - Brussels (Zaventem) : Toyota Motor Europe,  Technical CentreStarting date: ASAPDuration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance.  It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2021-3044
Team/division descriptionVehicle Performance Engineering – Model Based DevelopmentThe VPE-MBD team has the role of developing and deploying digital methods for vehicle development to the R&D organization; this includes simulation and virtual evaluation technologies for vehicle dynamics performance teams (handling, ride comfort, drivability, etc.), as well as research on more advanced performance indicators for objective target setting for the vehicle and its subsystems. Your projectTechnical development of component models for application to digital twinYour mission will be to analyse and improve the mathematical model for a vehicle component, such as a bushing, for virtual evaluation. You will define a suitable model to represent the behaviour of the physical system, identify its parameters from actual measurements, and conduct sensitivity analyses at component and system level with TME-developed simulation environment to provide design directions to improve dynamics performances. Place of employment: Belgium - Brussels (Zaventem) : Toyota Motor Europe,  Technical CentreStarting date: ASAPDuration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance.  It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2021-3043
Team/division descriptionVehicle Performance Engineering – Model Based DevelopmentThe VPE-MBD team has the role of developing and deploying digital methods for vehicle development to the R&D organization; this includes simulation and virtual evaluation technologies for vehicle dynamics performance teams (handling, ride comfort, drivability, etc.), as well as research on more advanced performance indicators for objective target setting for the vehicle and its subsystems. Your projectDRIVER MODEL CUSTOMIZATION BASED ON DRIVER SKILLYour mission will be to extend the current driver modelling approach to capture longitudinal and lateral vehicle control of drivers with different levels of learnt skill. A focus on driver modelling and parameter identification is necessary. Specific activity content:[1] Perform the necessary DoE at Driving Simulator with several subjects to investigate driver’s control approach for different manoeuvres and assess the driver model’s ability to capture inter- and intra-driver variability. Longitudinal experiments w/ subjects to monitor evolution/learning of driver skill/accuracy for challenging task, e.g. ELK test[2] Machine Learning approach to fit driver model for each individual and capture evolution of driver skill. Investigate the driver model parameters sensitivity to represent the different levels of driver skill and the skill (un)learning characteristics for different drivers. Place of employment: Belgium - Brussels (Zaventem) : Toyota Motor Europe,  Technical CentreStarting date: ASAPDuration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance.  It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2021-3042
Team/division descriptionThe Gazoo Racing (GR) Special Project Business Unit within TME Product & Marketing Management is responsible for the launch of a sports car under the Toyota GAZOO Racing brand through the development and implementation of a bespoke Marketing & Sales strategy and European customer journey. They are also responsible for essential project management and coordination activities between the various GAZOO Racing entities in Japan, Europe and the US. The team will ensure every step of the customer journey, from the early prospecting during the product development phase, over the customer selection process & tailored product configuration follow-up, static and dynamic product presentations, until the final production and personal hand-over of the sports car.    Job description:Support the GR Special Project Business Unit with their product marketing & sales, and customer journey activities:• You carry out European market analysis of the sports car segments, covering product, sales volume & pricing, customer profile and sales distribution channel insights• Build brand & product presentations for defined customer touch points • Coordinate communication assets development with audio-visual agencies• You participate in the preparation of the Marketing & Sales strategy and customer journey milestones• You support the preparation of Brand & Product experience event activities tailored to individual customers• You support the execution of the legal -, sales -, ordering -, invoicing - and vehicle logistics processes Place of employment: Belgium – TME HO in Brussels (Evere)Starting date: July 2021Duration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance.  It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2021-3039
Team/division descriptionWithin the Quality Function of Toyota’s European Headquarter, the Project Quality team is responsible to audit & improve the overall quality level for European vehicle projects (from concept until Start of Production). As we are moving towards a Mobility Company, in addition to the vehicle projects, our scope is expanding to mobility and value-added (connected) services. Your projectThis internship project will be mainly focussing on:• Continue benchmarking existing Mobility Services and vehicle Connected Services and identifying key quality indicators that should be used to judge the quality level and the readiness of a service to be launched to the market.• Identify and propose evaluation items and patterns that should be introduced in order to audit the development readiness of a service.• Develop a procedure for product release judgement, in alignment with all the related divisions in TME/TMC (Toyota Motor Corporation in Japan). Place of employment: Toyota Motor Europe Head Office, Evere, Belgium.Starting date: Early July 2021Duration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance.  It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2021-3038
Team/division descriptionCampaign operations department, as part of Customer Quality Division in Quality Function of Toyota Motor Europe is responsible for handling technical field campaigns (Recalls, Customer Satisfaction Campaign, Pre-Delivery Correction) in Europe. This involves preparing necessary documents, parts, tools, repair procedures etc., and launching them across our National Marketing and Sales Companies (NMSC) in Europe. Your projectYou will be working very closely with our permanent team members and will be involved in a project related to vehicles Pre-Delivery Corrections (PDC). In this project you will map PDC process at each National Marketing & Sales Companies (NMSC)  and analyse and benchmark your findings to see if there are loopholes in the existing  local processes, which may lead to flow-out of vehicles (vehicles are delivered to customers without the necessary correction having been performed).Based on your findings, you will propose countermeasures to your manager.  Place of employment: Belgium - Brussels (Evere): Toyota Motor Europe, Head OfficeStarting date: June 2021Duration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance.  It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2021-3037
Team/division descriptionTME R&D centre is responsible for planning, development and production support of vehicles aimed at - and locally produced for - the European market. The Vehicle Comfort team is part of the Vehicle Performance Engineering division (VPE) division and is responsible for the vehicle NVH (Noise, Vibration and harshness) according EU customer expectations.  We aim at the development of attractive and „fun to drive“ cars matching European market requirements and customer expectations. Using state-of-the art experimental and numerical methods, we develop strategies to achieve the targets, and validate them on virtual and physical prototypes.  Your projectTitle: “Interior Noise and Vibration Trend analysis”A deep understanding of the customer expectation towards interior vehicle acoustics is key to continuously develop even better cars. With the increased share of hybrid and electric vehicles, customer expectations towards interior acoustics are expected to increase further. The more stringent mass requirement to the electrified vehicles create an additional challenge in the NVH development. In this internship you will contribute to an improved understanding of the trends in NVH performance and acoustic package. More specifically:- You will support the further improvement of an existing NVH benchmarking database, including implementation of additional KPIs for electrified vehicles. - You will exploit the data from this NVH database into a deeper level. Using Python, you will analyse the trends in different noise and vibration performances and study the relations in-between these performances. - By linking sensory data and customer feedback data to measured data using machine learning methods, you will create interior acoustics prediction models. - You will study the possibility to link NVH performance data with component (acoustic package) benchmarking information and trends in acoustic package. Place of employment: Toyota Motor Europe, Technical Centre, Hoge Wei 33, B-1930 Zaventem.Starting date: June 2021Duration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed activities can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance. It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2021-3036
Team/division descriptionTME R&D centre is responsible for planning, development and production support of vehicles aimed at - and locally produced for - the European market. The Vehicle Comfort team is part of the Vehicle Performance Engineering division (VPE) division and is responsible for the vehicle NVH (Noise, Vibration and harshness) according EU customer expectations.  We aim at the development of attractive and „fun to drive“ cars matching European market requirements and customer expectations. Using state-of-the art experimental and numerical methods, we develop strategies to achieve the targets, and validate them on virtual and physical prototypes.  Your projectGear noise and motor noises in electric vehicles (EV) are typically high-frequency, and are easy to cause annoyance. In order to control this annoying noise for the vehicle occupants, all the different transfer paths between the gearbox (or EV motor) and the interior cavity need to be controlled carefully. You will contribute to an ongoing research project where the main goal is to set suitable targets and assess the performance for the different components involved in the transmission of gear noise and motor noise from its source to the vehicle interior. This internship will focus on the validation and consolidation of a model for vibration transmission through the driveshafts. Starting from the models developed in the ongoing research, a clear procedure for model parameter selection and validation needs to be defined. You will:• Review existing models and continue development on open items, considering the requirements for application to vehicle development projects• Coordinate and support the model validation testing together with measurement technicians• Review and optimize the existing procedures for model parameter selection, to improve robustness and efficiency. Place of employment: Toyota Motor Europe, Technical Centre, Hoge Wei 33, B-1930 Zaventem.Starting date: July 2021Duration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed activities can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance. It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2021-3035
Team/division descriptionTME R&D centre is responsible for planning, development and production support of vehicles aimed at - and locally produced for - the European market. The Vehicle Comfort team is part of the Vehicle Performance Engineering division (VPE) division and is responsible for the vehicle NVH (Noise, Vibration and harshness) according EU customer expectations.  We aim at the development of attractive and „fun to drive“ cars matching European market requirements and customer expectations. Using state-of-the art experimental and numerical methods, we develop strategies to achieve the targets, and validate them on virtual and physical prototypes.  Your projectTire rolling noise or road noise is one of the main sources of noise in modern cars. Moreover, with the increased share of hybrid and electric vehicles, the impact of road noise to perceived customer comfort is expected to increase even further. In order to achieve a low level of road noise in the vehicle cabin, the forces and vibrations entering the vehicle body through the suspension have to be minimised. An important aspect is the control of the different modes in the tire, wheel and suspension. You will contribute to an ongoing research project where the main goal is to build a detailed understanding of the different dynamics in a rolling wheel and tire assembly, how they contribute to the force transmission, and how they can be controlled through specific properties of the components involved. You will:• Coordinate and support the wheel & tire performance benchmark testing together with measurement technicians, and summarize the results to identify important trends and observations. • Support the investigation of wheel / tire assembly input force, focussing on 1) how it can be measured on-vehicle in a robust and accurate way, and 2) how it can be related to the measured component properties. Place of employment: Toyota Motor Europe, Technical Centre, Hoge Wei 33, B-1930 Zaventem.Starting date: May 2021Duration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed activities can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance. It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2021-3034
Team/division descriptionWithin Electronics Engineering division, ADAS group is in charge of developing and evaluating the future ADAS functions (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) focusing on our customer comfort and safety. Those systems, e.g. Toyota Safety Sense, are using sensors such as camera, radar, ultrasonic devices. Your projectAs intern, you will contribute to improve the efficiency of ADAS function evaluation on public roads by:• Analysing current procedure of ADAS function evaluation• Understanding LiDAR technology and potential contribution to ADAS evaluation• Researching state of the art procedures and toolchains for ADAS evaluation based on LiDAR as reference sensor• Identifying proposals for potential improvements• Setting-up new procedure and toolchain with increased automation to establish ground truth for public road validation based on LiDAR data Place of employment: Belgium - Brussels (Zaventem) : Toyota Motor Europe,  Technical CentreStarting date: April 2021 or laterDuration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance.  It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2021-3033
Team/division descriptionThe TPCE Operations Planning and Control team is at the heart of the logistics network supporting Toyota’s After Sales Parts and Accessories business in Europe. From TPCE customers in 50 countries both inside and outside EU. The onsite warehouse operations covers 200 incoming/outgoing trucks per day from over 700 suppliers and to over 100 depots and hubs covering 3500 customer delivery points (mainly car retailers). In this process over 60 million pieces are handles each year in a 3 shift operation with 850 warehouse associates.All this operations are meticulously planned and organised in accordance with the concepts of the Toyota Production System (TPS) to achieve Safety, Quality, Delivery and Cost objectives whilst continuously develop our team members. The team are looking to create the best plan on yearly, monthly and daily basis to manage the operation to the market needs and align the manpower accordingly. Your projectIn function of an ongoing activity to reduce the order to delivery lead time to support both our customers and warehouse operations more effectively, we are reviewing our pan-European inbound logistics network.The objective is to increase the predictability and stability of our incoming parts flow. In order to do so you will map and create a point-to-point analysis of all current logistics routes and lead times. In doing so you will identify planned and unplanned fluctuation. This will allow you to drill down into the biggest issues and allow you to propose change to the benefit of customers, warehouse operations and logistics partners alike.Throughout the exercise you will switch between study, planning and implementation. By the end of the project you will have effectively contributed to customer service level improvement, cost of sales reduction and elimination of abnormalities in operations. Place of employment:Toyota Parts Center Europe, Industrieterrein 11, 3290 Diest (Belgium)Starting date: ASAPDuration: 4-6 MonthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance.  It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2021-3032
Team/division descriptionThe TPCE Warehouse and Process design team transforms the organization's vision in  optimized operational processes that meets all of our expectations in relation to process performance and strategic business needs.Toyota Parts Centre Europe, acting as consolidating point for global supply we serve customers in 50 countries both inside and outside EU. The onsite warehouse operations cover the internal processing of parts and accessories from 200 incoming/outgoing trucks per day from over 700 suppliers and to over 100 depots and hubs covering 3500 customer delivery points (mainly car retailers). In this process over 60 million pieces are handled each year in a 3 shift operation with 850 warehouse associates.The team transforms the organization's vision, goals into optimized operational processes that meets all of our expectations in relation to process performance and strategic business needs. Your projectIn function of our future WH Reborn Key Transformational Project you’ll work together with the team to establish a strategy to reform TPCE way of working, to handle the business increase, to realise on time delivery with minimum cost, leadtime and space. You’ll perform a new lay-out study using the “3 core tools” (Physical Lay-Out, Material & Information Flow, Receiving & Shipping Diagram) to establish effective, simple, safer and ergonomics parts handling processes to support both our customers and warehouse operation always in accordance with the concept of the Toyota Production System (TPS) to achieve Safety, Quality, Delivery and Cost objectives whilst continuously develop our team members.Throughout the exercise you will switch between study and planning whilst you can benefit from the implementation of reviewed and automated operational processes as an intermediate step towards the complete WH reborn/process change.The outcome of the study is the foundation for the strategy, the roadmap for the future TPCE processes that supports the rapid changing automotive business environment and the transformation to a mobility company. Place of employment:Toyota Parts Center Europe, Industrieterrein 11, 3290 Diest (Belgium)Starting date: ASAPDuration: 6 MonthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance.  It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2021-3031
Team/division descriptionThe Vehicle Performance Engineering division (VPE) is part of the R&D group at Toyota Motor Europe Technical Center in Zaventem, Belgium. Our division is in charge of:• Identifying market requirements and trends, and turning them into development targets for vehicles, their subsystems, and down to components• Performance development of passenger vehicles for the European market• Researching state of the art and beyond state of the art technologies for implementation in future vehicles• Developing the state of the art methods to set these requirements, predict the performances and validate themThe Reliability & Strength team is responsible for the structural durability and strength of the body-in-white and chassis.The Reliability & Strength team is looking for a motivated Engineering Intern with strong interest in data science applied to mechanical engineering. Your projectYour primary responsibility will be to develop a detection and quantification method for road interference based on CAN signals available on the vehicle.This prediction method would be based on a combination of physical models (model based approach) and regression models based on machine learning techniques to identify and quantify road contact, potentially using virtual sensors (sensor fusion).To do so, you will be part of a team with competencies in mechanical engineering and data analysis with an access to state of the art prediction tools and to necessary testing facilities. Place of employment: Belgium - Brussels (Zaventem) : Toyota Motor Europe,  Technical CentreStarting date: April 2021Duration: 6 monthsConfidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed activities can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance. It is mandatory that applicants are students for the entire period of the internship. We can only accept students with an EEA or Swiss citizenship (not requiring a work permit or visa to be eligible to perform an internship in Belgium)
Job ID
2021-3016