Hyliion is looking for a Senior Design Engineer to join
our engineering team in Austin. This full-time position offers the
opportunity to be a part of a fast-growing company that is
revolutionizing the trucking industry. We are seeking exceptionally
talented individuals that are highly motivated to revolutionize an
industry, reduce the use of fuel and have some fun. You will be
joining an experienced engineering team in the design, simulation,
implementation and testing of electrical powertrain systems. In
this role, you will be developing the subsystem of the vehicle,
taking designs from the conceptual stage through final
implementation and production. Reports to Director Powertrain
Essential Functions: Reasonable accommodations may be made to
enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential
Design and release of automotive hybrid solutions
including mechanical and electromechanical systems for Class 8
Design for manufacturing, assembly, serviceability, and
Development of 3D CAD models for hardware and electrical
components including wiring harnesses.
Lead packaging studies to determine most efficient and
cost-effective design solutions in vehicle applications.
Development of detailed prints in accordance with ASME Y14.
Lead and execute tolerance stack-up studies.
Responsible for the checking and releasing of prototype and
Support the development of key quality and validation
documentation including FMEAs, DVP&Rs to establish key failure
modes and develop associated product validation plans
Develop test specifications.
Responsible for functional safety design features to ensure that
released products is fit for customer use.
Guide the development of cost models and create/execute cost
Regular and reliable attendance.
Other tasks as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in
Competency with Microsoft Office Suite.
Expert CAD user including GD&T ( Autodesk Inventor and
Thorough understanding of automotive powertrain and drivetrain
components and systems.
Experience in the design of electrified powertrain systems
Experienced in Finite Element Analysis (FEA) of structural
systems is a plus.
Experience in automotive industry and associated
APQP toolset expertise (FMEAs, DVP&Rs).
Manufacturing experience including design for
Understanding of vibration (including modal) and vibration
Experienced in battery design.
Experienced in electrical and wiring systems.
Experienced in thermal system modelling, system specification
development and component selection.
Experience in A/C systems highly advantageous.
Ability to read, understand and generate manufacturing
Strong follow-through and self-starting nature.
Ability to effectively and positively communicate with customers
(internal and external), to address their needs promptly and to
follow through on commitments
Experience in leading and directing a team of engineers or
equivalent management experience.
Ability to understand and follow complex verbal and written
Strong software tools proficiency in Solid Modeling and Project
Position will involve travel (10% of time) to visiting
engineering providers and hardware suppliers.
Ability to work well in a high-paced environment, set and meet
Willingness and ability to work more than 8 hours a day to
ensure that deadlines are achieved .
Willingness to travel to manufacturing location(s) to support
BS in Mechanical Engineering
Ability to stand, sit, use of hands to handle, feel, or reach
with hands and arms.
Ability to lift and/ or move up to 25 pounds.
Specific vision abilities required by this job include close
vision and distance vision.
The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.
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