FCA Canada Inc.
The Propulsion System Calibration Engineer for a new electrified propulsion system will develop calibrations with both electrified and conventional technologies in a state of the art powertrain dyno cell and virtual environment. The individual will be responsible for developing, testing, and validating system calibrations that achieve world-class fuel economy, and drivability meeting current and future emission standards. The Propulsion System Calibration Engineer will plan and coordinate day to day activities of virtual resources and dynamometers, and will include interaction with technicians and support engineers. The scope of responsibility spans the application and optimization of calibration and control system for hybrid, electric, and conventional propulsion modes. The role will work cross functionally to develop and execute calibration strategies across the functional areas of core engine, drivability, emissions, vehicle integration, OBD, torque security, e motor and battery. He/she will make data based decisions to document all changes through rigorous development and test plans. The Engineer will present and justify changes to a lead calibrator, chief engineer, and senior management as appropriate. This individual will have also demonstrated the ability to work well with others. They must be a team player, supporting and promoting team accomplishments versus personal achievement. FCA Canada Inc. is committed to providing accommodation for people with accessibility needs due to disabilities in all aspects of the hiring process. If you request an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your accessibility needs due to disability. Basic Qualifications: Bachelor of Science in Mechanical, Chemical, or Electrical Engineering, Mathematics, or Statistics from an ABET accredited university Minimum ONE (1) years combined work experience in the area of powertrain development and/or calibration Knowledge of electrified powertrain fundamentals Advanced understanding of gasoline engine efficiency, performance, and emissions Data acquisition experience collecting and processing data Experience root causing first install conformance (napkin schematics, wiring, CAN, facilities, calibration) Outstanding problem solving and analytical skills Strong teamwork skills and ability to work independently Knowledge of standard and regulatory test procedures Legally eligible to work in Canada Preferred Qualifications: Master of Science in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering from an ABET accredited university Experience and overall knowledge of electrification principals Calibration process knowledge using design of experiments and advanced optimization techniques Proficient in advanced simulation tools Proficient in MATLAB / Simulink Stellantis