Calibration Engineer - Engine
|Job Title:||Calibration Engineer - Engine|
|Salary:||£40 - £50 per hour|
|Contact Name:||Wayne Pavitt|
|Job Published:||August 22, 2018 11:15|
Do you want to work with a company who will listen to and act on your recommendations?
We are looking for candidates with good basic experience of Engine Calibration who would like to work on a very long term (at least 2-3 years) & interesting Projects
We are also looking for people with at least 2-3 years' experience, which we can apply an improver rate (please apply for full details).
If so, please read on.
Naturally to command the top end of this rate bracket the client will be expecting exceptional candidates!
The client is happy to speak with candidates across all areas of internal combustion engines regardless of them being Petrol, Gas, Diesel or alternatively powered, they just want good experience with calibrating and analysing calibration results
Performance Development Engineer
JOB PURPOSE: Candidates will serve as an experienced, individual contributor for
engine emissions and performance development projects. Specific assignments are
complex in nature and support the performance and emissions development of engine products.
JOB DUTIES: This position is part of a team of engineers responsible for the
performance and emissions development of engine products. The
engines are used in machine, industrial and electric power applications. The main
responsibilities include engine performance and ratings development work. This
position will be responsible for overseeing and coordinating engine development
work, including pre-test planning, reviewing test data to ensure quality, and post-test
data analysis. A key role will be the development of electronic engine calibration
maps that will be utilized in the engine control software. Incumbent will be
responsible for conducting engine system and rating calibration development for Tier 4 engines to meet customer performance expectations and all emission regulations, troubleshooting issues identified in production test, verification and validation testing, field testing and customer raised concerns.
BACKGROUND/EXPERIENCE: Requires an accredited engineering degree or
equivalent experience and excellent analytical skills. Incumbents must have gained 4
to 7 years of experience in engine performance and emissions development for Diesel
engines. Specific experience with the development of electronically controlled
engines is highly desired. Must have strong technical skills and ability to
communicate technical information effectively.
Very long term, ongoing role
£40 - £50 ph
We have pre arranged and approved interview dates over the next few weeks, so will be able to offer quick feedback & swift progression of your application
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