Powertrain Dynamometer Engineer

Responsibilities

  • Conducting dynamometer powertrain testing in dyno cells.
  • Engines and transmissions will be tested according to company standard test schedules.
  • Collecting data during testing to assure test is being conducted properly and the test is progressing according to plans.
  • Working with platform engineering to execute test plans, supporting timing, quantities and test types for successful launch.
  • Must be able to root cause and determine issues and path forward during durability testing.
  • Analyze data and hardware to understand issues and failures during testing.
  • Provide management and peers with regular updates on testing.

Travel and Driving Notes:

  • Will be required to drive a company car.
  • A valid driver’s license is required as well as a clean driving record.
  • May be required to travel domestically up to 20%

Qualifications

  • BSME or BSEE degree - NO MASTER DEGREES!
  • MUST HAVE ACTUAL WORK (internships or co-ops)

EXPERIENCE WITH THE BELOW REQUIREMENTS:

  • 6 months -3 years' experience conducting dynamometer testing on engines and transmissions (internships, projects, work). ONLY LOOKING FOR 0-3 YEARS EXP.
  • Data acquisition systems collecting digital and analog data (internships, projects, work)
  • Experience with any of the Industry Standard Instrumentation: INCA, CAS, Flowmeters (magnetic and coriolis), AVL and Schenke dynamometers, Particle counter, Mirco soot meter, Smoke meter, Pressure and temperature data acquisition, Kistler / Kulite transducers, Emission analyzers (HC, NOx, CO, EGR), DMS500, Cambustion, CAN

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Powertrain calibration and software understanding.
  • Proficient with ETAS INCA calibration toolset.
  • Strong troubleshooting abilities.
  • 2 years' experience conducting dynamometer testing on engines and transmissions (work).

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