Planning, Product Development and Purchasing
Product Development is looking for a Exhaust After Treatment System (EATS) Chemical/Physics Engineer
EATS department within Product development, is responsible for the development and design of EATS system for Volvo Penta Diesel Engines. EATS is an expanding area for diesel engines and we would like to employ a EATS chemical Engineer for our new engine projects. In the department there are today about 10 persons working in different roles.
As a chemical engineer in EATS, you will take an active part in the design of EATS for diesel engines. The engines and EATS are developed by Volvo Penta. We develop system together with suppliers and in some cases we use systems developed by other Volvo companies. EATS components within the system are SCR-catalytic, muffler, UREA system and DPFs. As an EATS chemical engineer at Volvo Penta you will be working with the complete range of diesel engines. A good theoretical understanding of the catalytic process is necessary. You will be involved in technical discussions with different suppliers about material and concept choices. During the projects you will work to implement EATS in production. You will work closely to engine test engineers to evaluate and develop the best system design. You will work in the areas advanced engineering, projects and maintenance of products such as quality issues. You will work in close contact with the purchasing department, different projects, testing engineers, other EATS engineers and suppliers. There is also a lot of contact between different AB Volvo Business Units.
You have probably a M Sc in chemical or physics engineering, experience from developing EATS systems in powertrain applications. Understanding about engine emissions is an advantage. Of course you speak very well English and Swedish
As a person you are goal oriented, easily take initiative, flexible, communicative and enjoy working in a team.
At Volvo Penta we are actively working to establish teams that will take maximum advantage of the strength inherent in differences in knowledge, experience, age, gender, nationality etc. We find that well balanced working teams increase work dynamics, creativity and new approaches to solutions.
We think that you have a couple of years of professional experience within the EATS field.
For further information, please contact:
Mats Petersson, telephone 031-3221680