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Are you looking for a fulfilling career with an automotive industry leader? A place where you can shine, while collaborating with great people in a fun and friendly work environment? Then you should consider joining the Edelbrock team. Edelbrock, LLC. was founded in 1938, is Torrance based and is recognized as one of the nation’s leaders in the aftermarket automotive industry. Edelbrock produces their core products in the United States, using state of the art equipment in our world class manufacturing facilities. Edelbrock, LLC. has expanded to include a Carburetor facility in Sanford, NC. as well as a Sand Cast and Permanent Mold Foundries in San Jacinto, Ca. Lastly, our corporate headquarters are located in the beautiful city of Torrance, in southern California. Join our experienced team and work for a company that continually strives to create superior customer service and offers wonderful employee experiences.
The Powertrain Calibration Engineer will tune engine and drivetrain, software and hardware parameters to optimize performance and emissions. Job Description: This position involves the utilization of software calibration tools to tune engine and transmission controllers for performance, emissions and OBD-II. The Powertrain Calibration Engineer will utilize engine and chassis dynamometers for emissions and performance upgrades.
Emission legal performance upgrades: Supercharger and other spark ignition performance modifications
Racing: Calibration support for tuning of cylinder head, camshaft, and intake manifold systems for peak performance
Industrial: Heavy duty commercial spark ignition engine solutions for new low emissions regulatory requirements.
Required: Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, or other engineering and science degrees with comparable experience in spark ignition powertrains
Automotive OEM or Aftermarket Powertrain calibration experience.
Deep understanding of spark ignition internal combustion theory and applications.
Understanding of modern OEM strategies for engines and transmissions.
Understanding of emissions and OBD-II regulations for modern automobiles as they apply to calibration.
Operation of chassis and engine dynamometers for performance and emissions
Ability to communicate directly with emissions lab personnel to obtain proper certification testing results.
Ability to work with common OEM or aftermarket software calibration toolsets.
Valid California Driver’s License and good driving record.
Ability to drive vehicles for tuning purposes.
Ability to travel for 1 or more weeks to support emissions testing and environmental testing of the vehicles.
All potential employees are subject to drug screening and background check.
Annual vacation, 401k, Paid Holidays
Based Upon Experience
Does this sound like you? To apply, simply email your resume and a brief description of why you're applying with "Powertrain Calibration Engineer" in the subject line. No calls please!