Robert Bosch LLC is seeking a Senior Engineer to join the development team for Thermal Systems products in our Waltham engineering center. The preferred candidate will bring advanced knowledge of fluid dynamics design, analysis, acoustics, and experimental techniques to advance the state of the art in efficient, low noise air and fluid moving products for motor vehicles and other applications. Engineers are involved in all aspects of new technology development, from exploring basic physical phenomena and creating design tools & methods, to generating new product innovations in support of our global application teams.
Master's degree in mechanical, aeronautical, ocean engineering
Minimum 3 years in industry or academic setting related to design and analysis of fluid moving devices or turbomachinery, including relevant experimental experience.
PhD in mechanical, aeronautical, ocean engineering
Experience in the following areas:
Design, simulation, and analysis of fluid moving devices; for example fans, blowers, pumps, wind turbines, airfoils, propellers, or rotorcraft
Experimental techniques and hands-on measurement experience in fluid flow, noise, and vibration
Application and development of fluids design & simulation tools, including CFD and potential flow based methods
Familiarity with CAD design tools, structural CAE simulation, and programming (FORTRAN and/or C++ preferred)
Candidates must be able to demonstrate thorough understanding of engineering fundamentals. Good oral and written communication skills are required.
By choice, we are committed to a diverse workforce - EOE/Protected/Veteran/Disabled.
BOSCH is a proud supporter of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) initiativesincluding:
FIRST Robotics(For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology)
AWIM(A World In Motion)
All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.
Associated topics: autocad, automotive, boiler, mechanical, mechanism, msme, powertrain, turbine, turbomachinery, vibration
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