Design and Release Engineer

Farmington Hills, Michigan  – Movement Search & Delivery   is working with an international supplier of automotive products. Due to their recent growth, they have opened a position for a Design and Release Engineer.

What you will do: The Design and Release Engineer performs the following work on engine component/systems such as intake manifold, power cell, cooling circuit, lube circuit, crank train, and fuel delivery system based on program timing and functional requirements. The position is responsible for all engineering work related to the systems/parts presented and documented in appropriate database (classical calculation, CAE & test reports, benchmark, lessons learnt, cost benefit study). The role interacts with design team and ensure models and drawings completed and saved, reviews physical parts and materials supplied to manufacturing facilities after inspection review and functional verification, according to build schedule/ program timing, and is responsible for making and executing test plans and document findings. Additionally, the Design and Release Engineer keeps models and drawings up to date and compliant with corporate standards, while also ensuring components pass durability tests.

What you will need: Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering or engineering mechanics. Experience with engine design release. Engine analysis/CAE, development and/or testing experience a plus. 

What we offer: Honest and transparent representation to our clients…  it’s what we do.

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Please send your resume and current compensation to:

Sarah Shipman
(Yes, this email goes to a real person.)
(248) 297-5307