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Electro-thermal Simulation Engineer

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Aptiv

Powstańców Wielkopolskich 13A

Kraków

Who we are

We’ re a tech company with automotive roots & one of the most significant market leaders in designing, engineering and enabling solutions for how we’ ll move tomorrow. A huge part of this work has been done in Krakow Technical Center by our engineers. Today, our mission is to shape a world with a significantly reduced number of road accidents, fatalities and injuries.
Electro-Thermal Simulation EngineerNumer ref.: J000601395

Your role:

  • Creating thermal models of the wire harnesses in cooperation with product/system engineers

  • Conducting electro-thermal simulations

  • Making thermal and electrical measurements of the harness components

  • Making a complex analysis of electro-thermal behavior of wire harness components

  • Creation reports from analysis and simulation with optimization and improvement proposals

  • Developing and maintaining continuous contact with internal and external customers 

Requirements:

  • Engineering degree Physics, Electrical Engineering etc.

  • At least of basic Knowledge of Finite Element Method (FEM) and simulation software (Flotherm,  Abacus or other)

  • At least basic knowledge about electrical engineering (especially about the electrical vehicle systems)

  • Knowledge of heat flow theory

  • Ability to make electrical measurements and knowledge of temperature measurement methods

  • Good English skills both written and spoken

Benefits:

Get a list of benefits such as private health care, child fund, life insurance, Employee Pension Plan (+ 3,5% on each gross salary), trainings, sports activities Multisport card, etc.

Join us:

  • Help us advance mobility, save lives and improve our planet

  • See effects of your work in showrooms of almost every car seller

  • Learn new technologies thanks to the collaboration with our customers’ technical centers

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