are looking for a noise, vibration, and sealing engineer to achieve a
best-in-class cabin experience for our vehicles. You will need a broad
engineering skillset based in first principle design practices to solve a
wide variety of sealing and NVH related challenges. You will work with a team
of versatile structural design engineers and collaborate with our NVH and
- Create and
develop a system of Body-in-White components, and sealing to achieve
best-in-class structural, NVH and crash performance from
conceptualization to mass production.
vehicle-aligned component and system targets for function, cost, weight
- Establish sealing
architecture and functional feasibility.
- Optimize the
concepts and designs with analytical and physical assessments, ensuring
conformation to internal standards, industry standards, and government
- Root cause
structure, and air born noises as well as leak paths in the vehicle
- Interface with
suppliers for manufacturing feasibility, validation, and other
engineering activities as specified for the assigned commodity.
- Create (with
component/system supplier) component and subsystem design verification
plans and test methods.
- Develop design
concepts and production designs in both CATIA V5 and CATIA V6.
- Complete and
release system, sub-system and detail designs in PLM system.
- Bachelor of
Science or higher in mechanical or acoustics engineering; or the
equivalent in experience and evidence of exceptional ability.
- 5 years
minimum experience in sealing and or NVH
- Minimum of 1
full development life cycle through design, development, release and launch
with substantial system responsibility.
- Expertise in
computer aided design. CATIA experience preferred.
knowledge and ability to integrate state-of-the-art design and
manufacturing methods into
product concepts and designs.
- Well versed in
selecting materials based on their properties and manufacturing
knowledge and application of engineering fundamentals to root cause and
solve complex engineering challenges.
ability to manage projects with tight timing constraints.
- Ability to
flexibly work in vague and constantly changing design direction and
- Ability to
interpret virtual results and integrate recommendations into product