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G-TECH Services, Inc. Powertrain Engine Calibration Engineer - Intermediate in Auburn Hills, Michigan


· The Engine Calibration Engineer for Emissions and Driveability is responsible for developing the engine calibrations to meet LEV II, LEV III emission standards at lowest system cost while delivering world-class driveability.

· The Engineer will work with the base engine hardware releasing groups, scientific labs, and vehicle teams.

· Develop and implement best practice design and calibration solutions. Perform verification testing in accordance with powertrain system functional objectives.

· 3-5 years of experience


· Bachelors of Science in Engineering from an accredited university

· Must be knowledgeable of the calibration process for ICE, ePT, and Tran including INCA.

· Minimum of 2 years of experience in vehicle calibration or vehicle controls.

· Able to use standard instrumentation toolsets for data acquisition, storage, and analysis

· Strong knowledge of the vehicle controls architecture and communication algorithms, including CAN, LAN, etc.

· Strong communication skills both orally and in writing. Strong presentation skills for management reviews.

Preferred Requirements

· Technical knowledge of overall engine/transmission calibration processes MATLAB / SIMULINK

· Advanced Data Acquisition and Analysis Skills

· ETAS INCA Tool Experience

· Good Teamwork Skills and Ability to Work Independently

· Understanding of Engine System Fundamentals

· Hardware In the Loop (HIL) Development/Verification Experience

· Must be able to work with the Project Management Team and the Applications Engineering Teams to understand and document mule vehicle requirements. Including:

· Work with vehicle team, model integration managers, and vehicle coordinator to understand and document when mules are scheduled to be built to maintain an accurate incoming vehicle projection.

· Work with the vehicle team that is building the mules to monitor the build process and insure requirements are met.

· Review the mules for correct hardware content and software content as built.

· Verify the modules all communicate with each other and with the components with CDA.

· Verify that calibrations can be loaded and updated using INCA if equipped with an ETK module.

· Collect vehicle scan with CDA.

· Resolve all fault code issues in all modules. Document fault codes, which cannot be resolved due to immature or incorrect hardware. Write GIMS for fault codes, which are unable to be resolved due to immature or incorrect software.

· If equipped, verify the e-stop button disables the vehicle when pressed.

· If equipped, verify the data logger is plugged in and communication is functioning properly.

· Report out to Project Management, Applications Engineering, and to the vehicle build team any non-conformances, and ensure a plan is executed to correct these issues.

· Track build performance using self-developed metrics.

· Report out in management forums the results of the builds using these metrics, possibly including POM, Director’s meetings, or PMC meetings.

· Driving and Travel Requirements:

· Will be required to drive a company car. A valid driver’s license is required as well as a clean driving record.

· Will be required to travel domestically and internationally up to 20%

Category Product Engineering

Function Engineering

Req ID JN -012020-113409

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