Calibration Engineer - Powertrain - 24616
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Our Client is a world leading Automotive OEM which is responsible for some of the most iconic 4x4's & Sports Cars produced. Due to the huge demand for current models and substantial investment in future projects there is a requirement for more resources across the business in engineering & manufacturing on a contract basis.
The main focus for Powertrain Research & Technology is solutions for next generation powertrains, and the group aim to deliver concepts through research in cooperation with our internal and external network. The team manages a growing number of projects. The transmission research controls Engineer will be responsible for monitoring future transmission controls developments, developing new controls strategies to support the next generation of transmission hardware technologies, and identifying & engaging with suitable external partners to assist in completing this work.
Essential Skills / Qualifications:
1. Detailed knowledge of Transmissions and Driveline control systems, particularly in the areas of clutch and gear actuation systems and the factors influencing gearbox system efficiency.
2. Self driven, excellent team working skills, and be enthusiastic about project management, motivating partners and colleagues to meet deadlines and deliver results.
3. Good working knowledge of product pre-development processes and the importance of adhering to plans and commitments
4. Able to demonstrate expertise in Transmissions and Driveline integration in to vehicle platforms.
5. Significant hands on experience of creating and implimenting complex transmission control logic into a vehicle and manging others in this dicipline. Idealy in a range of AT, DCT and CVT transmissions.
6. Track record of managing complex technical projects
7. Delivering projects to completion on time and to a high quality
8. Experienced user of Simulink
9. Technology development processes eg; GTDS
Desirable Skills / Qualifications:
1. Qualified to degree level in an engineering discipline. Essential