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  • Job reference: RMS0131411

Development Engineer - Powertrain - 39597

  • Sector: Automotive
  • Location: Dunton
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 06/11/2013
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The Role:
Senior EPD P&E Engine Development Engineer
- Diesel
- Plan and lead the development of Engine Performance & Economy (P&E) targets to meet overall vehicle targets.
- Track progress and status of Powertrain hardware to deliver P&E targets - Issue technical reports & program status documentation for all hardware evaluation and key program decisions.
- Support of dyno based calibration activity in support of program.
- Lead dyno and engine hardware interface on program into support and customer areas.
- Management of daily dyno plan for both hardware & calibration development.
- Support Technical reviews at key gateways, where requested as per relevant program or PT Timing Plan.
- Release of calibrations for other rig users & plants.
- Troubleshooting support for other rig users and Engine DV/PV as needed.
- Liaison with hardware suppliers/plant/calibration teams as needed.

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
Knowledge of diesel combustion system, ability to evaluate and analyse key attributes and calibrate engine accordingly.
Program management
Dyno-based Diesel engine development, calibration and evaluation
Minimum of 2:2 degree in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mathematics or Statistics

Desirable Skills / Qualifications:
Working knowledge of ATI, AVL Puma, MBC Toolbox and Concerto preferred
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