Senior Calibration Engineer (Onsite)

Employer
MAHLE, Inc
Location
Plymouth, Michigan
Posted
Apr 16, 2024
Closes
Apr 19, 2024
Ref
2747971670
Discipline
Engineering
Position Type
Engineer
Specialty
Other
Hours
Full Time
Organization Type
Corporate
SUMMARY

This position will challenge you to a variety of disciplines focused on vehicle calibration and engine control systems. Your initiative and self-motivation will enable you to expand upon your prior experience and skill set. Being self-motivated, you will be empowered to develop yourself as a dynamic engineering asset for MAHLE Powertrain.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Lead, plan and deliver Engine Calibration Development and Testing.
  • Conduct chassis/engine emission testing activities, including detailed analysis of test results.
  • Optimize calibrations to achieve tailpipe emissions, FE and drivability targets.
  • Prepare technical reports, papers and presentations.
  • Work closely with customers, suppliers and internal teams.
  • Ability to adapt, integrate and work well with others is essential.
  • Maintain a specialist working knowledge of new technologies as appropriate to the role.
  • Mentor junior engineers to assist in their technical career development.
  • Observe all safety rules and regulations. Must act safely and be responsible for the safety of others around the work area.
  • Maintain awareness of and meet the requirements of the Company Quality System.
  • Employee duties are not limited to those stated above, but are inclusive of any tasks assigned by supervisor/manager.


QUALIFICATIONS
  • Minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in related field.
  • Professional qualifications as appropriate.
  • Minimum 5 years' experience in powertrain calibration development.
  • Detailed knowledge of internal combustion engines and testing techniques.
  • Experience with engine calibration and calibration tools.
  • Experience with tailpipe emissions testing and optimizing engine calibrations to meet legislative standards.
  • Knowledge of Engine Management Systems (EMS) principles including the use of calibration tools and processes.
  • Understanding of current powertrain control system architectures.
  • Experience working with OBD testing and calibration.
  • Knowledge of legislative requirements for OBD, exhaust and evaporative emissions.
  • Ability to work well under pressure and to strict time constraints, as part of a team or individually.
  • Confidence to clearly communicate effectively at all levels.
  • Self-motivated with the drive to complete tasks in a timely manner with appropriate attention to detail.
  • Flexibility with working hours and willingness to travel to customer sites for both long and short durations (including secondments).
  • Knowledge of script writing capabilities for data reduction and analysis.
  • Working knowledge of Matlab/Simulink analysis and simulation packages.
  • Experience working with Ford processes and facilities is preferable.


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