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Engine development engineer (AVL)

Michigan, USA

Salary: Competitve

Engine Development Engineer – Controls
Date: Revision Level:

Project Engineer I Level

Supervisor: Company/Department

General Description:
Provide technical and program execution capacity to Engine Development, Controls and Calibration Skill Teams and Cross-Functional engineering program team activities.

Skill Team Roles:
The specific roles of an Engine Development Engineer – Controls include:
• Supports project team in specifiying, procuring and commissioning control system into test cell/vehicle/etc.
• Support Test Cell Operations during off-shift & weekend operation when necessary
• Plans and performs combustion, performance development, engine calibration and other relevant engineering project work within project team as required.
• Works on specific phases or aspects of projects such as technical studies, preparation of specifications, engine testing, data analysis and validation.
• Supports/ensures data quality and writes technical project reports.
• Coordinates activities concerned with scheduling and resolving engineering test issues.
• Supports and participates in customer meetings.

Qualifications and Skills:
A Project Engineer 1 is expected to have demonstrated performance abilities in the following areas:
➢ Commercial
• Support the Business Development process for specific programs
• On time delivery of program expectations with consistently positive feedback
• Active involvement in Annual Review and Work Planning Process
➢ Technical
• Support opportunities for technology development and knowledge capture and re-use.
• Knowledge of Global AVL technology capabilities
• Familiarity with regulatory and market segment requirements and end-user expectations
• Independent functionality in at least three of the following areas:
• Combustion system development
• Engine calibration (base and transient)
• Engine Controls Software
• Engine Testing
➢ Relational
• Working effectively with customers and other program staff and team members
• Accountability for individual and team delivery
• Effective communication with all levels of the program team
➢ Experience and Education
• 1-2 years of experience in area of expertise
• Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering or related field required
• Computer Science, Robotics, MEMS, Control System coursework or experience preferred

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