Work with a team of experienced research engineers and project managers to assist in engine and emissions experiments, data acquisition, and analysis of results. Create reports (utilizing PowerPoint and MS Word) summarizing assigned tasks and data collected. Attend weekly meetings for assigned projects. Collaborate and Communicate with project managers on tasks status. Thrive in a team environment while supporting test data collection and analysis of test data. This is a year-round part-time, summer, or co-op position.
Must be pursuing a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering or related with an accredited university. Must have at least a 3.0 GPA. Must be approaching Junior status. Fundamental engineering training, with additional experience/knowledge in automotive systems is preferred. A strong interest in areas such as transportation, future automotive technology, and engines/powertrains, as demonstrated through course selection, student projects, or activities outside of school that required technical study and applications within the automotive field is required. Experience in engine rebuilding, engine electronics, and/or engine control systems is preferred. Demonstrated leadership in engineering coursework is also desired. A valid/clear driver's license is required.