Test Engineer in Brakes

Summer Intern (2019) / Potential for Full Hire (2020)

Responsibilities:

  • Flow down customer requirements (SOR) into validation plans when required
  • Facilitate Validation Plan – approve validation EWR’s and test results, author Product Assurance reports
  • Support testing for cost improvement activities
  • Support DFMEA’s
  • Provide statistical engineering support
  • Facilitate engineering application of I&CIM (Innovation & Continuous Improvement) techniques to test design and analysis
  • Specify new test procedures and test equipment requirements; develop tests on new equipment
  • Design and manage fabrication of test setups/fixturing
  • Plan and execute tests at an outside test facility
  • Be primary interface between BWI TCB and LINK Engineering Test Labs, BWI CTSC (Dayton) and TCS (Shanghai)
  • Use customer use profiles in lab testing where appropriate
  • Provide input for capital equipment budgetary forecasts
  • Support internal control and information security requirements
  • Maintain and coordinate vehicle test fleet
  • Coordinate Best Practice test methodology and instrumentation between US and China test sites
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Qualifications:

  • Senior Engineering student enrolled in B.S. degree – R
  • Experience in the use of Microsoft office applications – Excel, Word, Powerpoint, and Project – R
  • High level of analytical ability and interpersonal skills – R
  • Ability to speak, read, and write English with good oral and written communication skills– R
  • Self-starter, ability to work with little direction – R
  • Ability to work with team members of other disciplines or departments – R

PREFERRED:

  • Experience in the use of statistical applications – Weibull++, Minitab, Gage R&R, Shainin – P
  • Experience with brake testing in laboratory, on dynamometer and on vehicle (1-3yrs) – P
  • Experience with LINK scrips, LINK Data Add-In and Pro-LINK – P
  • Ability to process LINK test reports and write LINK dyno script – P
  • Experience in automotive engineering field, especially dampers and suspension components design – P
  • General automotive and brake knowledge through academic projects or personal hobbies – P

 

    • Experience in leading teams or managing projects – P
  • Willing to travel as required – P

 

Note: R – Required, P – Preferred