Would you like to work in an empowered, enthusiastic, and challenging atmosphere? Are you interested in new technologies such as automation, electromobility, and connectivity? Does the opportunity to drive the development of future Volvo products excite you? Join our team!Who We Are
Powertrain Engineering (PE) is part of Volvo Group Trucks Technology (GTT), a division of Volvo Group North America, provide state-of-the-art research, engineering, product planning and project execution to final delivery of complete products and support of the products in the aftermarket. PE is responsible to develop and maintain products and product components of the complete driveline. It also includes Group Truck Technology’s center of development and expertise for Hydrogen solutions.What you will be doing
As an Aftertreatment Engineering Intern
you will have the opportunity to work on technologies that reduce emissions to comply with EPA and CARB regulations. The scope includes hardware design, function calibration, OBD calibration, and system verification. The team’s overall goal is to produce aftertreatment systems which are emissions compliant while offering minimal mission interruptions and maximum product value to our customers. You will have the opportunity to expose and develop skills such as technical knowledge, communication, customer focus as well as work in a very collaborative environment, working closely with team members, other groups, other sites and suppliers.
Your mission will be:
Who you are
- Support diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC), diesel particulate filter (DPF), selective catalytic reduction (SCR) ammonia slip catalyst (ASC), and other related technologies.
- Generate and prepare design work orders and design reviews
- Define/coordinate prototype part control plan (what is to be measured by supplier)
- Support function and OBD calibration activities, system aging evaluations and analysis, component design, verification and release activities.
- Report Generation and data analysis, document detailed component related information.
- Support chassis and/or test cell work and/or bench testing
- Manage purchase requisition through authorization process
- Coordinate component specific test: Instrumentation request, test location, Test Tech Coordination, (GHOST) and collect data
- Synthesize component durability test hours (in cell or on bench)
- Data input and information extraction from electronic systems (eg., KOLA, TIKA…)
You are an Engineering student that is prepared to work in a challenging and fast-paced environment, gaining experience and knowledge in various aspects of engineering (or mechanical, electrical, software, design, production, etc.). As a valued member of the engineering team within GTT, you will have the opportunity to work directly with the engineers in the department. GTT’s values collaboration and life-long learning and our goal is to contribute to your development while providing you an opportunity to work in a business environment within the manufacturing industry. You will report to the Aftertreatment Group Manager.
Ready to join our team and shape tomorrow’s society together with us?
- Applicants must be currently enrolled and pursuing a degree, B.S. or M.S. in Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Programing, Software Engineering, or equivalent, at an accredited school, a sophomore and have completed 30 semester hours prior to the start of the Co-op/Co-op position.
- Applicants must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0
- Coursework focusing on engines, chemistry, controls, and systems preferred
- Microsoft office, Excel, Word, Matlab, Simulink, any programming