Serves as subject matter expert for developmental ground vehicle powertrain engineering efforts at CCDC-GVSC GVPM.
Essential Job Functions:
Conduct integrated systems engineering and provide coordination with OEMs
Perform TDP analysis to ensure system compatibility when reviewing/conducting design and engineering analysis of different initiatives.
Provide input to test plans for component, subsystem and system-level testing.
Review test plans, activities and analysis at the CCDC-GVSC Propulsion Laboratory.
Evaluate and interpret test results for program leaders and Product Managers.
Perform powertrain technical assessment and determine vehicle mobility performance for GVSC ground systems.
Conduct testing, analysis, and evaluation and provide test results and expert recommendations to Government Product Directors.
Conduct Root Cause Analysis to determine Corrective Action and Re-engineering requirements.
Establish cross Army, cross DoD, cross Department of Energy (DOE), and industry collaboration efforts to identify solutions to technical challenges of existing and proposed powertrain applications.
Provide technical expertise regarding powertrain performance to Scientific and Technology (S&T) and other introductory programs.
Due to the sensitivity of customer related requirements, U.S. Citizenship is required.
Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering or Design Mechanics and twenty years four years of relevant experience.
Subject matter expert for ground vehicle related test plans, test procedures, drivetrain system requirements and interface specifications and design document documentation.
The successful candidate has the ability to lead engineering efforts on assigned programs with minimal oversight provide highly technical briefings to key program stakeholders and customers.