CAE Engineer II

The job incumbent performs CAE Engineering activities to ensure that the designed products meet the M+H standards and the customer specifications. He/she will also work with Project Engineering in launching new production products. Your challenge Plan, manage and conduct the Simulation activities for specific products to ensure that the products will meet/exceed requirements in terms of mechanical structures, plastic process simulation, flow dynamics, thermodynamics and acoustics. Provide product modification recommendations to resolve product issues and to meet the requirements. Correlate test results with CAE analysis to improve accuracy and present within proposed timing. Prepare the presentations of the simulation results for internal as well as external purpose and provide technical expertise for the products to the customer. Prepare and maintain the simulation documentation in the area of responsibility. Perform research to develop new CAE related processes or to improve correlation with physical test results. Ensure that the cost of simulation activities is in line with the project budget and plan Assist in training, providing support, forecasting and planning daily work of Simulation Engineer(s) Manage CAE Software licenses and installations Your profile Master's Degree in Mechanical Engineering with focus on multi-physics simulation. 2+ years of simulation experience with injection/blow molded plastic components. Experience with air induction / powertrain applications (preferred) Working knowledge of simulation software (ABAQUS, ANSA, STAR CCM+) or equivalent. Experience in the field of simulation processes, programming and data management Ability to work in team and good communication skills Fluency in technical English (written and spoken) Engineering-relevant IT tools
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Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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