NVH Test Engineer
Location: Multimatic Technical Centre, Markham, Ontario, Canada
Located in Markham, Ontario, Canada, Multimatic Technical Centre (MTC) is part of Multimatic’s Engineering Group. MTC provides advanced design, simulation, testing and prototyping services to Multimatic’s production divisions and to Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), niche vehicle manufacturers, motorsports organizations, military equipment contractors and consumer products companies.
MTC houses key engineering, testing and development capabilities under one roof, enabling rapid turnaround and tight integration between departments (vehicle systems engineering, production engineering, predictive methods, product testing and validation, composites, fabrication and prototyping). Additional specialized services utilize MTC’s full-vehicle multi-post test rig, and a proprietary vehicle dynamics simulator. These services are further enhanced by the capabilities of a fully equipped motorsports department.
The Test Department at MTC provides development support test services to both Multimatic and outside customers. The test services include mechatronics system development, component strength and fatigue testing, test fixture/system design and manufacturing, multi-post testing, and vehicle road load data acquisition. The growth in the test department has resulted in the need for an NVH Test Engineer.
85 Valleywood Drive
Duties and Responsibilities:
Modal Analysis of components and full vehicle structures, including set-up, calibration, measurement, and analysis. Data collection and analysis of sound (sound quality) and vibration (NVH/BSR), working in both time and frequency domain. Rotating machinery analysis, order tracking, for troubleshooting and correlation. Perform data reduction/analysis work of test data, and provide assistance with testing needs. Report results in both formal written reports and as presentations. Note that the test lab currently has two shifts (days and evenings); shift work may be required.
Education and Experience:
University degree in mechanical or mechatronics engineering or a minimum of five (5) years’ experience performing automotive related NVH/Modal/Sound Quality related tasks, specifically in electric motor and driveline development .