Viewing Job - Group Engineer [EB-1253466420]

Location

Wooster, OH 44691

Years Experience

1

Industries

Automotive - Motor Vehicles - Parts

Description

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Group Engineer - Electric Drive Systems.

Our Group Engineer Program is one that develops top engineers into future leaders of our growing organization. This is a 2 year program comprised of 4 R&D based rotations (6 months in duration) that can be located at any of our facilities throughout the North American Region (USA, Mexico, Canada) as well as a potential rotation training in our home office overseas. The scope of this role after final placement includes guiding the system interaction between the electric motor and power electronics with the overall eMobility system Business Unit

We both design and manufacture our own motors in a state-of-the-art Motor Center of Excellence. You will get to follow your projects all the way through from design to launch and manufacture.

This position is responsible for the interface of the eMotor and power electronics and other electric drive systems designed in out Motors Center of Excellence. The Engineer will perform simulations and development of the system controls and strategy necessary to ensure a system meets both internal and customer expectations. This includes requirements management in coordination with the program manager, development and design engineers. The Engineer will be involved in motor control hardware and control algorithm design and simulation as well as perform characterization, tuning and calibration of e-machine systems on the dyno. It also includes analysis, simulation and verification of the electrical components as well as presenting these results. The Engineer will be responsible for specifying the motor parameters and requirements to achieve specific performance targets and through accurate modeling and simulation perform sizing and trade-off studies. Close cooperation with testing engineers is necessary to specify testing conditions, support testing and evaluate the results in regards to torque, power and temperature characteristics.

Key responsibilities include but not limited to:

  • Knowledge of electromagnetic physics and its application
  • Experience of electric machines in academic or professional setting
  • Understanding of various types of electric machines and their modeling
  • Knowledge of e-motor controls and measurements
  • Experience using Python C/C++ Matlab/Simulink
  • Preferred experience with FEA modeling software such as Ansys Maxwell, JMAG or FLUX
  • Understanding of power electronics hardware and motor control algorithms
  • Experience in motor control implementation in DSP
  • Knowledge of CAN communication
  • Working level understanding of functional safety
  • Basic understanding of hybrid drive concepts
  • Knowledge of the Product Development Process
  • Microsoft Office

Qualified candidates will have:

  • Bachelor’s of Science degree in Electrical Engineering or related field (MS or Ph.D. preferred)
  • Communication ability (written & verbal)
  • Customer focused
  • Self-motivated & driven to achieve results
  • Continuous improvement approach
  • Assertive approach to solving problems
  • Ability to prioritize, make recommendations and present results


endevis, LLC. and all companies represented are Equal Opportunity Employers and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of age, race, color, sex, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.

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