Tenneco is one of the world's leading designers, manufacturers and marketers of automotive products for original equipment and aftermarket customers. Its Clean Air and Powertrain division pairs Tenneco’s OE Clean Air business with Federal-Mogul’s legacy Powertrain business, to provide customers with complete engine to tailpipe solutions.
Tenneco Powertrain, in partnership with major vehicle manufacturing groups are developing key elements of hybrid power systems for the next generation of advanced, fuel efficient vehicles.
For our location in Laindon (Basildon), Essex we are seeking a Mechatronics Design Engineer who will be part of the product development team within R&D, responsible for integration between electrical/electronic and mechanical components/sub-systems to meet defined requirements for a given application.
Develop and/or assist the development of integrated mechatronic solutions for a defined electric motor/electronics system, including but not limited to:
Motor winding termination & connection to electronics Bus bar routing, cooling, processing. Inter-electronics connectors & cabling (e.g. links between inverter & controller) External connectors & cabling (power & signal) Cable management Mounting of electronics inside mechanical assembly Electronics cooling (air, water, other)
Support, analyze, trouble shoot mechatronic design and fabrication related issues as required within the project Review and support mechatronic FMEA requirements and processes and systems level requirements and processes within allocated project/s Provide technical support to manufacturing engineering, prototyping, quality departments and/or 3rd party vendors as required Review and complete modification to existing mechatronic designs as necessary, applying improvement options where possible Assist in the development of test plans, tools and procedures improving the mechatronic verification and validation process Liaise with and support as necessary 3rd party technical partners ensuring project timing milestones and technical deliverables are achieved Monitor, report project status and escalate any technical or timeline risks to the department project manager Ensure the mechatronic design/s meet project technical and qualitative requirements meeting to standards including universal quality standards, OEM specific quality standards and ISO 26262 functional safety requirements Monitor state-of-the-art in mechatronic technologies and concepts
What will make you successful
Minimum 5 years, preferably 10, in electro-mechanical design, preferably within automotive/aerospace sector, preferably involving the design of electric machines with integrated electronics Qualified to degree level (2:1) in an appropriate engineering discipline Experience in hybrid powertrain systems and/or electric motors/machines and associated inverter & controller electronics Experienced in communicating with customers, senior management and project teams. Experience to managing fluctuating workloads, flexibility to travel in UK and internationally Experienced with application of the structure development processes and automotive quality standards Experienced with the automotive functional safety standard, ISO26262. Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills Experience working within ASpice Framework desirable
What you can expect next
Our team is ready to act immediately on those candidates who are the best fit for the role. You’ll first hear from someone in Talent Acquisition to schedule a phone screen, and then the next step will be a personal interview with our Hiring Manager. We pride ourselves on moving through processes quickly, and you can be sure of transparency and prompt communication throughout.
We are committed to the safety and health of our employees. We adhere to social distancing recommendations and other protocols, ensuring a safe work environment for all.
- Company Name
- Tenneco Inc.
- Job Location
- United Kingdom