Engine Calibration Engineer - Gasoline

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Job Sector:
Automotive, Electronics
West Midlands
£42,000 to £55,000 per annum
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Job Purpose

1 Responsible to deliver vehicle gasoline engine calibration to meet performance, economy, emission and drivability requirements, including management of the calibration tasks.
2 Utilise calibration and acquisition tools to perform measure, analysis and data post process, including technical reports and presentations for the management.
3 Support vehicle assessment and calibration in different environment test conditions in the UK/Europe and in China.
4 Support EMS calibration integration with other powertrain systems on a P2 hybrid architecture.

Personal Specification

1 Degree qualified.
2 Certain years of experience in emission control, start ability and driveability with OEM or consultancy.
3 Very good understanding of EMS control strategies and Sw specifications. Bosch/UAES experience desirable.
4 Expert level working knowledge of ETAS INCA toolset. Matlab experience desirable.
5 Good knowledge of European and Chinese emission legislation.
6 Ability to prioritise, able to work for discontinuity.
7 Open to overtake cultural barriers.

Main Duties and Responsibilities

1 Work within a small growing team to deliver engine calibration.
2 Document and report calibration activities.
3 Support the powertrain calibration development in the UK and China.

Other Features of Job

1 Must be eligible to work in the UK

Matchtech acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers and is part of Gattaca Plc.

Gattaca Plc provides support services to Matchtech and may assist with processing your application.

Contact Details:
Tel: 01489 898883
Fax: 01489 898290
Contact: Marcus Roberts

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