John Deere Power Module PV&V Test Engineer in East Moline, Illinois
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Primary Location: Verenigde Staten (US) - Illinois (US-IL) - East Moline
Function: Product Engineering
Title: Power Module PV&V Test Engineer - 53121
As a Power Module PV&V Test Engineer for Harvester Works, located in East Moline, IL you will be responsible for developing, coordinating, and executing product verification and validation (PV&V) for engine applications. This includes activity planning and execution of testing. The role is with the Global Crop Harvesting platform with an emphasis on Combine harvesters and includes component, system, and full vehicle testing. In addition, you will:
Participate and contribute in cross-functional design reviews and technical meetings
Conduct activity planning and prepare test plans to verify power module requirements
Develop test stands to demonstrate engine hardware and software including JDPS application approval requirements
Provide expertise and maintain lab capability for engine and vehicle dynamometer testing
Align data acquisition requirements with the design team and provide instrumentation direction to technicians
Collaborate with engineers and technicians to coordinate test stand builds and execute testing
Identify and document issues found pertaining to performance, functionality, or durability of items under test
Collect and analyze data to report test results while working with design engineers to root cause issues and incorporate corrective actions
Monitor, update, and create test procedures
Provide direction and troubleshooting support to technicians as needed to address lab or field issues
Complete field and supplier visits as needed to complete testing, mitigate issues, and drive product quality
Travel up to 25% of the time
Visa sponsorship is NOT available for this position.
What Skills You Need
2 or more years of work experience with diesel engines systems, performance, or emissions
Ability to work with multi-functional, cross-cultural design teams, and interface with partners and suppliers
Experience with advanced data analysis, excellent organizational and communication skills
3 or more years of experience in design and/or testing including mechanical, electrical, or software
What Makes You Stand Out
Other areas of experience or interest that will help us place you on the right team include:
Experience working on diesel engines
Testing of engine components or vehicle integration of engines
Understanding of instrumentation and data acquisition systems
Experience with engine performance and emissions calibration
2 or more years of experience with operating engine dynamometers
Agricultural experience or agricultural equipment knowledge
Education (or equivalent work experience)
Ideally, you will have a degree or equivalent work experience in the following:
- Bachelor's degree in Mechanical or Agricultural Engineering
What You'll Get
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The information contained herein is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and qualifications required of individuals performing the job. The qualifications detailed in this job description are not considered the minimum requirements necessary to perform the job, but rather as guidelines.
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