FEV: Development Engineers (m/f) for Engine, Powertrain, Vehicle, Electronics

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FEV GmbH in Aachen is one of the leading international companies for research and development services regarding power units and the appropriate test and measurement technology. All major international automobile manu-facturers and their suppliers take advantage of the know-how maintained by 1400 highly qualified FEV employees world wide in order to efficiently implement their technological leadership. FEV possesses a state of the art development and test centre in Aachen as well as engineering centres in Europe, Asia and the USA.

For the locations Aachen, Munich, Stuttgart we are seeking

Development Engineers (m/f) for Engine, Power-train, Vehicle, Electronics

Engine and power-train designer (Reference K4-07)

You are the ideal candidate if you have several years of relevant experience in CAD based design of diverse combustion engines and engine components and can transfer this experience to associates. It would be advantageous if you can account for coordinating large scale design projects.

Transmission development engineer (Reference C15-07)

Your scope of work includes design integration of transmissions and it’s components into vehicles as well as testing power-train components and developing shift, clutch control and diagnostic strategies for modern manual, automatic and hybrid transmission systems with focus on comfort, dynamics, efficiency.

Test engineer Gasoline and Diesel engine (Reference O10-07)

You form and define future innovative combustion processes and exhaust gas aftertreatment systems which reach opti-mum torque, power, consumption and emissions. Topics are boosting and down sizing concepts for passenger cars, light and heavy duty commercial vehicles motor sports, direct injection, valve timing, alternative combustion processes, fuels and modern exhaust gas aftertreatment systems. Profound knowledge in thermodynamics and/or chemistry is prerequi-site.

Application engineer for vehicle calibration (engine and transmission) (Reference D24-07)

As part of a highly motivated team you are in quest for the best calibration under real driving conditions considering driv-ing behaviour, power, consumption and emissions within legislative and customer demands. We expect you to be a ve-hicle enthusiast and enjoy communicating with direct and international colleagues. The vehicle calibration activity de-mands a thorough understanding of EMS and OBD strategies, handling tools such as INCA, CANAPE, MatLab/Simulink respectively ASCET/dSpace as well as being prepared to take part in road tests.

Electronics development engineer (Reference E7-07)

Currently vehicle electronics is the fastest growing sector in the automobile. We are seeking committed vibrant people who want to be involved in power-train technology of today’s and tomorrow’s vehicles in an exciting environment. As-signed tasks are system integration, ECU-, software- and function development including in-vehicle validation and HiL-simulations. Dedicate yourself to optimizing power-trains and developing hybrid and electromobiles.

We would like to get to know you!

Your application should contain your complete application documents as well as your requested salary and the earliest date for joining us at FEV! Please use the above-mentioned Chiffre to identify the position you are interested in.

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FEV Motorentechnik GmbH

Tel: +49 (0)241 56 89212

E-mail: ZP@fev.de

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