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Diesel Application Engineer

Diesel Application Engineer

Job Title: Diesel Application Engineer
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Coventry
Industry:
Salary: £30,000 to £40,000 (dependent on proven ability) + bonus + car allowance + excellent bens
Start Date: ASAP
Reference: PF3942
Contact Name: Paul Frisby
Contact Email: paulf@gerrellandhard.co.uk
Job Published: June 05, 2018 09:32

Job Description

Global product leader supplying the highest quality automotive components and systems for all the major global car manufacturers and the aftermarket is seeking a proven Diesel Applications Engineer to support continued expansion.
 
Application support (all elements of the integration and validation of Diesel Fuel Injection Equipment on new or upgraded customer engines).  This may also involve component control strategy development and calibration.  Customers are currently local and US based.
 
The role may involve training/travel to Japan, China and sites within Europe and the US
My client is looking for an engineer with good theoretical knowledge and relevant Diesel experience, ideally with experience of dealing with customers.
 
Main tasks of the job: 
 
Responsibility for the assigned aspect of Diesel application which could include:
System selection
Packaging management (i.e. managing design changes)
Internal quality processes
Validation definition / agreement with customer/ testing/reporting
Validation testing on System Bench/Engine/Machine/Vehicle
Resolution of problems relating to packaging performance or other
Controlling customer project schedules to ensure they match capability (i.e. tooling lead times)
Involvement with infield issues/ resolution
Calibration of rail pressure control
Calibration of injector quantity control i.e. multi-shot to ensure requested quantity is delivered and timing of event accurate.
Managing customer specification change and the associated validation to prove robustness