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Calibration Engineer - Powertrain at MAHLE, Inc

Calibration Engineer - Powertrain

MAHLE, Inc Plymouth, MA Full Time
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SUMMARY:

The ICE / Hybrid / Electric Vehicle Powertrain Calibration Engineer will lead and deliver Engine Calibration projects on Engine Dyno and In-Vehicle.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Lead and plan Engine Calibration Development and Testing
  • Conduct chassis emission testing activities, including detailed analysis of test results
  • Optimize calibrations to achieve tailpipe emissions 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:
  • Bachelors Degree in related Engineering field is Required. Professional qualifications as appropriate
  • Minimum 3 years of experience in Powertrain Calibration Development is Required
  • Detailed knowledge of internal combustion engines and testing techniques
  • 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
  • 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 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 alternative fuel calibration and downsizing engine technologies
  • Knowledge and hands-on capabilities for algorithm development, S/W Development and/or Programming and script writing / scripting
  • Working knowledge of Matlab / Simulink analysis and simulation packages
  • Experience working with Ford processes and facilities is preferable

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