CAE Application Support Lead

HondaR&D is seeking a talented individual to join our IT team to support allComputer Aided Engineering and Testing activity at Honda R&D. Thisgroup provides the tools and the platforms to help engineer's be engineers andnot be Computer Scientists. We implement the latest IT technology withsoftware from the CAE and Physical Testing and then integrate it with the restof Honda systems for a seamless working environment for our engineers.
The primary function of thisposition will be to lead the Information Technology team with CAE applicationsupport at Honda R&D. Responsibilities include:
Implementing CAEstrategies (software, hardware, and data management) set by CAE Committee toalign with IT strategy and requirements.
Support CAE SystemsAdministrators and Honda Engineers with implementation, problem analysis andapplication troubleshooting.
Partner with CAE vendorsto add features and customizations that meet Honda's specific needs.
Update and expand CAEWEBdata content and functionality.
Support Design Engineersand CAE Engineers who perform design and simulation work.
Candidate should be ableto quickly investigate, troubleshoot and answer CAE and HPC support calls.
Communicate with CAESystems Administrators and Infrastructure Administrators to fix system problemsthat affect CAE applications.
Develop best practicesfor usage of FEA tools and incorporate these practices into customized trainingmaterial. In addition, work on projects for advanced technologyinvestigations (R-Theme).
Bachelor's degree in Mechanical,Electrical or Computer Engineering and a minimum of 8 years' experience orequivalent combination of education and experience. Must have experiencesupporting Crash and Durability CAE solvers and analysis applications, as well as,experience supporting high performance compute environment for CAE. Proficient PC Skills (Excel, Word, PowerPoint and other technicalsoftware) and excellent communication/interpersonal skills required. Travel andthe ability to work overtime may be required.

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