AVL Powertrain Engineering is looking for an experienced Project Engineer in our engine calibration area. Qualified candidates must possess proficient communication skills. Calibrators that are qualified for this role should have at least 3 years of experience in powertrain GASOLINE calibration. This role is highly likely to be located offsite in a customer location in Auburn Hills, MI.
Experience in the following areas is not required but would be extremely beneficial to the role:
Engine Test Bed
Mapping & Calibration
Project Engineer II's provide technical and program expertise and mentoring to Skill Team and Cross-Functional engineering program team activities.
Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis. Employer will not sponsor an applicant for a work visa for this position.
The Calibration and Certification Skill Team provides engine calibration expertise to projects. The specific roles of a Project Engineer II in this effort include:
•Defines, plans, and performs engine and vehicle calibration and other relevant engineering project work within project team as required.
•Plans and manages engineering resources according to project requirements.
•Works on specific phases or aspects of projects such as technical studies, preparation of specifications, technical plans, engine testing, vehicle testing, data analysis and validation.
•Supports/ensures data quality and writes technical project reports.
•Reviews project for compliance with engineering principles, company standards, and customer requirements, including opinions and interpretations.
•Coordinates activities concerned with technical development, scheduling, and resolving engineering test issues.
•Defines, executes and supports engine performance and emissions research and development activities.
•Supports, customer meetings.
•Other duties as required to insure project success.
A Project Engineer II is expected to have demonstrated abilities in the following areas:
◦Identify, initiate, and support opportunities for technology development, process improvements, tool development, and knowledge capture and re-use.
◦Familiarity with regulatory and market segment requirements and end-user expectations
◦Calibration and development experience with one or more of the following engine types:
◾Compression ignition engines
◾Spark-ignited direct injection (NA or turbocharged)
◾Spark-ignited PFI engines
◦Independent functionality in one or more of the following areas:
◾Base engine calibration (steady-state and transient)
◾Fuel system development and calibration
◾Turbocharging and EGR system development and calibration
◾Vehicle and/or engine emissions calibration and optimization to meet regulatory standards.
•Vehicle and/or engine cold start and environmental correction calibration.
•Vehicle development trip support for hot weather, cold weather and high altitude.
•Vehicle drivability and feature calibration
•Torque model and torque path calibration
•OBDII and diagnostic development and calibration
•Exhaust after treatment calibration for diesel DPF, DOC, SCR systems
•Working experience with some or all of the following tools:
◦Vector CANape, CANalyzer
◦Working effectively with customers and other program staff and team members
◦Accountability for individual and team delivery
◦Active pursuit of personal and departmental improvement
◦Effective communication with all levels of the program team
◦Support the Business Development process for specific clients.
◦Efficient on time delivery of program expectations with consistently high feedback.
◦Active involvement in Annual Review and Work Planning Process.
•Experience and Education
◦3+ years experience in area of expertise
◦Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering or related field required
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