The Drive System Engineering team is looking for a world class Senior Mechanical System Engineer to lead EIBD (Electrical Induced Bearing Damage)specialization through analytical and engineering testing experience.
Our world-class engineering teams operate with a non-conventional automotive product development philosophy of high inter-disciplinary collaboration, flat organizational structure, and technical contribution at all levels. You will be expected to challenge and to be challenged, to create, to innovate.
You must want to work in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial company. We are building real products. This must excite you. You’ll work alongside accomplished, world-renowned engineers on perhaps the most exciting automotive programs in existence today.
This position within the Drive Systems Engineering teamwork side by side with engineers to support the development of our world class drive units. Projects can be open-ended, and the individual must strive in a challenging environment.
- Understanding of EIBD mechanism in electric motor, corresponding failure mechanism, and mitigation solutions
- Understanding of bearing failure mechanism
- Background in electrical engineering and mechanical engineering
- Experience with data analysis software (e.g., MATLAB, Simulink, Python, etc.)
- Experience with instrumentation, measurement, calibration, and laboratory testing
- Advanced degree in Electrical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering a plus
- Modeling architecture experience is a plus
- Understanding of bearing lubrication is a plus
- Working knowledge of motors and gearboxes a plus