Sterling Heights, MI 48310
The Powertrain Engineer will support; design, analysis, and test efforts towards the development of powertrain and cooling systems for future tracked vehicle programs.
Develop integrated powertrain and cooling solutions for tracked vehicle platforms
Work with suppliers towards the development of the subsystems and components for the powertrains and cooling systems
Identify subsystem and component requirements and provide direction to analysis teams
Actively support new product development teams in defining feasible concept solutions
Support development of integration approach
Support; CAD model development and drawings
Address cost, reliability maintainability, safety, human factors in the development of design
Assure customer expectations are met or exceeded
Required B.S. In Engineering -Self starter, highly motivated individual
-Experience in the ground combat vehicle powertrains and cooling desired
-Some knowledge on engines, transmissions, generators/motors, heat exchangers, fans required
-Experience in CAD and Advanced simulation tools such as Pro-Engineer, Matlab-Simulink
-Experience with conventional and advanced powertrains such as Hybrid-Electric Powertrains desired
-Knowledge of GD&T desired
-Must be Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and Powerpoint)
-Excellent interpersonal and communication skills required
Aaron Smiles - Aaron joined our National Engineering Recruiting team in 2018. Aaron has a passion for candidates and partnering with them to find their perfect new job! Previously Aaron worked as a Tennis Professional and Program Manager at a local health club.
Fun fact about Aaron: Larry Bird patted him on the head when he was a baby.