Southwest Research Institute ENGINEER - RESEARCH ENGINEER - ENGINE EMISSIONS in San Antonio, Texas

Job Summary:

Provide engineering support and manage projects in heavy duty highway and non-road engine emission control systems involving conventional and alternative fuels and exhaust treatment system applications; plan, coordinate and control the progress of project work; keep client informed of technical and financial project status; interact with laboratory staff for project activities; interface with support departments in handling contractual, legal, accounting, patent, fabrication, purchasing, etc.; maintain expertise with technologies applicable to work; write reports and prepare and deliver presentations; apply engineering skills to enhance laboratory capabilities in response to client needs; assume responsibility for quality improvement initiatives; establish and maintain working relationships with current and prospective clients; apply technical knowledge to develop innovative solutions to project problems.


Requires a MS or PhD degree in Mechanical Engineering, Automotive Engineering or related field with at least a 3.0 GPA and graduate work in engine combustion systems. PhD preferred. Must have good written and verbal skills with experience in PC based presentation, spreadsheet, and word processing software; must be able to serve as a project leader in heavy duty highway and non-road engine emission measurement and control projects; experience with diesel combustion research, exhaust emissions testing, emission analyzers, and heavy duty and non-road engines is desired; knowledge of electromechanical systems and skills related to data acquisition and controls is desired; experience with Matlab/Simulink is desired. A valid/clear driver's license is required.

Job code: 03-01064

Job Locations: San Antonio, Texas