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Senior Calibration & Integration Engineer


Powertrain Integration


Competitive salary package, negotiable depending on qualifications and experience.


Birmingham B37 7YG, UK

About the Role

- Responsible for calibration and integration activities on both hybrid and pure electric vehicle projects.
- Testing, validation, debugging and troubleshooting of software and calibration deliveries. Applying best
practise for issues analysis and resolution.
- Research and benchmarking of special or innovative driving features.
- Able to work with high level of autonomy on different subjects within a small team.
- Support vehicle testing, assessment, and calibration in different environment test conditions.
- Support software control system integration and alignment with system requirements.
- Data analysis to identify improvements and generate technical report and/or engineering change requests.
- Support research and production programmes features and attributes target definition.


- Degree in Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics Engineering or an equivalent education.

- Ideally 5 years of post-graduate work experience in the field of Powertrain or Vehicle with OEM or Tier1


- Hands-on calibration experience in areas of the powertrain control, chassis, at vehicle or rig level testing.

- Knowledge of calibration processes, sign off and release processes and best practise methodologies.

- Understanding vehicle system software control strategies. Experience in developing vehicle and powertrain

control logic would be preferred. Knowledge of Matlab/Simulink an advantage.

- Knowledge of requirements engineering and change management processes.

- Expert working knowledge of automotive calibration tools (ETAS INCA/MDA & Vector products preferred).

- Expert working knowledge of MS tools.

- Understanding in vehicle targets cascading to control and calibration.

- Good level of competence in planning, executing, and reporting testing activities, data analysis findings.

- Able to work under pressure with timing respect.

- Strong communication skills both written and verbal. Ability to overcome cultural barriers.

- Good driving record and experience in vehicle driveability assessment.

- A degree of flexibility and a willingness to travel abroad for short periods of time.

Duties & Responsibilities

- Delivering calibrations in all areas of the software

- Support other team/department with powertrain and vehicle integration.

- Work closely with control and software engineers to optimise overall system performance.

- Support vehicle and powertrain calibration activities, including chassis dyno tests.

- Research and benchmarking of special or innovative driving features.

- Documenting and reporting integration activities, including technical presentation to peers and


- Develop requirements and test cases for powertrain control logic.

- Supporting calibration and validation test trips in Europe and China.

Other Features

Must be eligible to work in the UK.

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