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NVH Engineer

Company Name:
TTi Global
NVH Engineer
position
SUMMARY:
Position responsible for the NVH Vehicle development for Powertrain NVH, Ride and Shake, Wind Noise and Operational Sound Quality.
RESPONSIBILITIES:
Plan, monitor and participate in required NVH testing
Analyze and present results
o Vehicle testing on a track or chassis dynamometer,
o Subjective analysis of noise/vibration quality
o Objective data analysis of noise/vibration
o Frequency analysis
o Order analysis/order tracking
o Modal analysis
o Transfer path analysis
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
BSME or 4-year degree in relevant Engineering field
Experience with single and multil axix shaker equipment. Previous experience with MTS vehicle level sumulator. Plant launch experience desirable.
Strong interpersonal skills to work with people at all levels
Excellent verbal, written, and presentation skills
Knowledge of vehicle mechanical systems
Must be willing and able to work extra hours as necessary to complete assignments
DESIRED Competencies:
MS or PhD preferred
Experience with LMS Test-Lab, Artemis, Matlab
Vehicle mechanical systems hands-on experience
The mission of TTi Global is to be the spark that ignites change for our clients?in the way they think and operate through our Learning & Training
services
, in the way they view their challenges with our industry leading Research capabilities, in connecting them with the most talented and valuable
employee
?s through our custom Recruiting & Staffing Solutions, and in bringing clarity, confidence, and results they can rely on through our Consulting expertise.
Although we have grown considerably over the years with a global footprint, we?re still a family-owned company that remembers our humble beginnings. That?s why, to this day, we continue to share those values with our employees and clients.
Our ability to perpetually adapt and evolve, while valuing trusted relationships with our clients and staff, has served us well and led to our growing international reputation and global footprint.

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