Toyota Motor Engineering and Manufacturing North America, Inc. (TEMA)
EFI Calibration Engineer
position is in
located at our
Ann Arbor, MI
. Toyota is about opportunity, built around you, where the cornerstones are innovation and continuous improvement.
Powertrain EFI Calibration Engineer will work in a team environment, developing engines to meet performance and fuel economy targets, customer driveability expectations, and emissions requirements. This position will have the opportunity to calibrate an engine utilizing Toyota's D-4S engine technology, which incorporates port and direct injection.
The responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to:
Lead testing and calibration activities as part of a team to develop engines for North American and global markets.
Manage software and calibrations to meet deadlines.
Perform EFI system calibration in accordance with procedures.
Prepare and manage calibration schedules to meet development deadlines.
Develop new procedures and tools for testing, data analysis, and calibration.
Complete resource planning in accordance with project requirements.
Data collection, analysis, and reporting.
Generate and present technical reports
Interface with other vehicle departments.
BS degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering
Minimum of 2 years of EFI calibration experience of gasoline engines for emission control; 4+ years preferred.
Thorough understanding of IC engine theory/practice. Experience working with direction injection systems preferred
Ability to read/write C language
Experience with data acquisition, calibration equipment, and vehicle instrumentation.
Experience using Matlab. Proficient with standard PC software.
Ability to work with minimal instruction and supervision.
Strong oral and written communication skills.
Ability to work well in teams in a culturally diverse environment.
Excellent driving record required.
Ability to work overtime, approximately 25% travel may be required (including international travel).
Why work for Toyota?
Join a team working to lead the future of mobility by enriching the lives around the world with the safest and most responsible ways of moving people
Learning is a continuous, company-wide process with exciting opportunities for your career growth and development
Become part of a company committed to maintaining a work culture where differences are respected, where fresh ideas and creativity are nurtured and where opportunity is critical for success
We're committed to our team members. If you're highly motivated, creative and enjoy working with a cross functional team to influence the research and development of our products, then TTC may be right for you
Some of Toyota's outstanding benefits:
Comprehensive health care plans
Paid holidays and paid time off
Vehicle Purchase and Lease Programs
Flexible work schedules
Relocation for qualified moves
Employee recognition and Company/Team events
Tuition assistance and professional development programs
Retirement Plans: 401(k), Pension, Post-retirement medical options
Lifestyle (varies by location): On-site credit unions, fitness facilities
Toyota Technical Center (TTC) is a division of Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing, North America Inc., established in 1977. TTC's Michigan R&D facilities are located in Ann Arbor, Saline, Plymouth and Livonia. In addition, TTC has testing facilities in Torrance and Gardena, California and a 10-mile oval test track in Wittmann, Arizona.
TTC is engaged in engineering design, prototype building, vehicle evaluation and engineering, materials engineering, powertrain tuning and design, safety/crashworthiness, regulatory affairs and advanced research. TTC has development responsibility for the Avalon, Camry, RAV4 EV, Sienna, Tacoma, Tundra and Venza.
Toyota is an Equal Opportunity Employer and supports a diverse and inclusive workplace.
US-MI-Detroit/Ann Arbor-Ann Arbor
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