Diesel Calibration Engineer

Recruiter
Select Engineering Limited
Location
Warwick
Salary
£30.06 per hour
Posted
30 Sep 2017
Closes
03 Nov 2017
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time
I am currently looking for a Diesel Calibration Engineerto join the UK's largest automotive OEM. Position Description: - Diesel Calibration Engineer - Performance and Emissions an experienced diesel calibration engineer is required to join an established team working on future engine applications and technologies. - The role involves both engine test bed and vehicle based calibration activities to optimise performance and emissions to meet both legislative and customer specific targets. - Experience in aspects of diesel combustion and emissions would therefore be highly preferable. Skills Required: - Diesel Calibration - Technical analysis and problem solving - Excellent communication skills Experience Required: - Experience in identifying and solving root cause of complex combustion or emissions calibration related problems. - Experienced user of engineering tools such as Matlab, Simulink, DIADEM, INCA, AVL Concerto, Cameo and CRETA. - Experience of working within a calibration team and applying and improving methods, processes and engineering tools. - Fundamental understanding of diesel engine, combustion and after-treatment operation and control theory required. Education Required: - Minimum qualification of a degree (or equivalent) in relevant engineering subject, preferably Mechanical Engineering. - Minimum of 2-5 years' experience in a diesel calibration team in an emissions or performance function. - Master of Science or PhD qualification preferred. - Experience applying control theory preferred. - Knowledge of thermodynamics desirable. - Interpretation and specification of emissions and/or after-treatment simulation data. - Experience/knowledge applying Design of Experiments (DOE) tools. - Experience in the application of model based calibrations desirable. Additional Information: - Ability and willingness to support overseas testing as part of the role (USA and Europe) is required - typically, these can be for up to 3 weeks at a time and up to four times per year. If you are interested in this position please click APPLY NOW!
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