Education Level : Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent degree from an ABET accredited University is required. Will consider recent grads with relevant college projects, FSAE, co-ops, or internships.
The Chassis Mount Engineer is responsible for the design, development and optimization of chassis powertrain mounts and brackets, body mounts and brackets, and mass dampers and brackets to meet dynamics, noise, vibration, and harshness requirements for various vehicles in Chrysler.
Keywords: design and release, engine mounts.
Experience in setting and assessing customer (internal/external) level requirements
Experience in constructing full vehicle DVP&R
Passion for vehicles and the ability to assess full vehicle performance characteristics
Ability to construct work plans to resolve issues
Ability to lead large teams, determine gaps to targets and develop solutions
Strong written and oral communication skills
Strong leadership and interpersonal skills
Ability to work in a team environment
Computer proficient (including spreadsheet, word processing, presentation and database applications)
Ability to reach consensus on complicated issues
Ability to resolve conflicting requirements across multiple organizations
Preferred OEM design/release experience