Senior EV Driveline Mechanical Engineer
About The Position
REE is changing the electric mobility and aims at becoming the standard for EVs.
We work with leading automotive players worldwide and technology companies to engineer, manufacture and deploy a cutting-edge solution for tomorrow’s vehicles.
Due to the dynamic concepts, we have opened a new office in the UK and are making additions to our teams with highly ambitious and skilled individuals.
WE at REE currently have an exciting new position in our EV Engineering team. We are seeking and a highly experienced Senior EV Driveline Mechanical Engineer to join and support REE’s rapid growth.
- Responsible for Mechanical Design and Integration of Driveline System that includes EDU (Electric Drive Unit) and Driveshaft for REE-Corner units.
- Develop System and Component DFMEAs.
- Establish Technical Requirements for RFQ and Define Design Specifications for Production.
- Create Test Cases to meet Design Specifications and develop Design Validation Plan.
- Lead Virtual and Physical Verification (Vehicle and Rig).
- Conduct Supplier Design Review ensuring requirements have been met for Technical Sign-Off.
- Collaborate closely with other disciplines, such as outside suppliers, functional safety consultants and control & calibration engineers, to develop solutions and achieve the project requirements.
- Support Quality Assurance activities such as APQP & PPAP.
- Benchmarking Competitors and Market Leaders using the tool such as A2mac1.
Qualifications & Requirements:
- Degree qualified in Mechanical/Automotive Engineering or relevant qualification.
- Experience background from within the Automotive Industry.
- Minimum of 7 plus years experience in a similar role
- Proficient in Leading the development of EDU/Gearbox/Transmission/Rotating Parts
- Knowledge of Gear Design (helical & planetary) and Optimisation (macro & micro geometry)
- Knowledge of Bearing Life Analysis understanding of bearing types and basic parameters of its geometry
- Knowledge of mechanism and technology for different types of modern traction motors
- Experienced in system modelling of driveline or transmission systems in respect to bearings, shafts, gears, and motor using system analysis tools such as Romax, MASTA, Kissoft/Gear or similar.
- Experienced in definition of duty cycle and RLD using Miner’s rule and cumulative damage models.
- Experienced in NVH test & diagnosis and its correlation to the CAE analysis.
- Experienced in 3D designing Experience preferably using CATIA V6.
Please note that REE do not provide Sponsorships nor do we use external agencies to provide such support.