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Engine Durability Engineer

A client is looking for a Jr. to Mid-Level Engine Durability to work for a client in the North West area of Columbus, Ohio. This candidate will be working in the clients Engine Research Department, specifically in the Engine Durability group. The ideal candidate will have anywhere from 2-5 years experience in an Engine Testing environment. As a durability test Engineer, this person will spend at least 70% of their time in the Dyno Testing lab performing tests on both material wear (Tribology) and Temperature Stress/Strain, while also conducting Engine Failure Analysis. While in the lab, this person will largely be working with 3 different AVL software packages. The first is PUMA (or PUMA Open), which will be used for the Dyno Testing itself, the second is IndiCon, which is used to collect data from the tests, and the third is concerto, which is used to analyze the data from the tests. This person will have a group of 2-3 Associate level technicians supporting them with their testing, so the ability to effectively delegate is a must. The other 30% of their time will be spent in meetings with other team members/departments within the Engine Research & Development group. Along with the years of experience, the ideal candidate needs to have tested engine stress/strain or material wear in their previous role(s).
Bachelors degree in any engineering concentration, preferably Mechanical
2-5 Years experience in an Engine Testing environment, specifically:
Engine Stress/Strain
Material Wear (Tribology)
Failure Analysis
Experience with Hands-On testing in a laboratory environment
Ability to effectively delegate to a small team
Experience with any combination of the following AVL Software:
PUMA or PUMA Open (a Dyno Testing software)
IndiCom (Data collection software)
Concerto (Analysis Software)
Experience with Data Analysis
IndiCom is the ideal technology for this
Some Lead experience, as they will have a team of 2-3 associates assisting them in the Dyno Lab


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