(Senior) Mechanical Engineer (m/f/d) Fuel Cell Applications
Senior Mechanical Engineer (m/f/d) Fuel Cell Applications
Our international customer is a world leading multi-industry company, with 80.000 employees worldwide and branch companies locating in Europe, North America and Southeast Asia. Among those branch companies is one of the world's leading companies in the development and production of modular drive systems from hydraulics, electrical engineering and electronics that is regarded as a technology leader in the field of high-pressure hydraulics for mobile machinery applications.
For the Science & Technology Innovation Center located in Aachen (Germany) we are searching for a pioneer thinking Mechanical Engineer for Fuel Cell Applications (m/f/d). You will be responsible for the development of innovative products, from ideation to prototype construction, always with a view to the commercial usability of the innovation project.
Fuel Cell Applications Systems Innovations
o Propose fuel Cell related application concepts according to the machine / vehicle performance requirements
o Provide, calculate, and select the specific requirements and parameters for the related fuel cell systems
o Design controls for fuel cell systems
o Fuel cell systems simulations
o Design and implement various tests
o Document research reports
Commercialize research results
o Feasibility analysis
o Market and cost analysis
Organize technical meetings and report the results
o Master or Ph.D. Degree in Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronics engineering etc.
o Application based experiences in heat transfer and air compressor
o Application based experiences for integration of fuel cell systems
o Project based experiences in controls
o Strong project organization ability
o Strong communication skills
o Fluent in English
o A team player
o More than 5 years of related experience
Please send your application documents to Mr. Roland Spitzegger:
Mr. Spitzegger will be happy to provide you with further details on his phone number +49 (06182) 99289-20.