Project Engineer - Springs & Dampers
About The Position
REE is revolutionizing e-Mobility from the ground-up. Our disruptive REE-corners and fully flat, ultra-modular EV platforms are set to become the standard for electric vehicles. Providing complete design freedom to build mission specific EVs, EVs ‘Powered by REE’ will provide maximum room for passengers, cargo and batteries with the smallest footprint and help reduce carbon emissions for a greener world.
We are currently looking for an experienced Project Engineer: Springs and Dampers to support REE’s rapid growth. The Project Engineer: Springs and Damper will report to the Mechanical Systems Principal Engineer and support drive the projects from early phases to production.
- Responsible for Design, Develop and Validate of Mount Structure (Elastomer and Bracketry) and for REE-Corner units
- Develop and monitoring technical targets for integrating design, CAE, development, legal and performance criteria.
- Lead simulation for kinetics and define the target stiffness for elastomer.
- Benchmarking and optimization of the mount strategy for new model
- Create the commodity DFMEAs and support the system DFMEA.
- Publish Technical Requirements for RFQ and Specifications for Design Release.
- Develop Test Cases to meet Specifications and Create DVP.
- Responsible for technical Interface to the commodity suppliers, surrounding systems/aggregates owners including packaging.
- Support Quality Assurance activities (such as: APQP & PPAP)
- Degree qualified in Engineering, Science or a related discipline
- Senior level experienced of working in a complex engineering environment.
- Have proven experience of developing and delivery of powertrain/chassis mount structure from concept to production within an OEM or tier 1 organization.
- Possess good understanding of powertrain and chassis system attributes, service implications, and manufacturing and assembly requirements.
- A good knowledge of rig validation methods and vehicle structural testing is an advantage.
- A good knowledge of CAE simulation for kinetics, modal analysis and NVH.
- Understand what influence elastomer stiffness has upon the overall system behaviour of the vehicle.
- Have a good all-round engineering knowledge, i.e., material selection, tolerancing, FEA analysis, component manufacturing processes, quality control, etc.
- Project planning, DFMEA, DFA, DFM experienced