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Engineer – Nvh

Updated on 7/11/2024

Scout Motors

Scout Motors

201-500 employees

Develops all-electric trucks and SUVs

Consumer Goods

Compensation Overview

$110k - $130kAnnually

Mid, Senior

Novi, MI, USA

Design Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Required Skills
  • Bachelor's or Master’s degree in Engineering, Computer Science, or relevant field
  • 4+ years of experience in NVH, with a preference for experience in the automotive industry
  • Proficiency in conducting NVH testing on vehicles using various measurement tools and equipment
  • Knowledge in NVH principles, theories and standards to analyze and interpret test results effectively
  • Experience in developing NVH test plans and protocols to validate vehicle designs and components
  • Ability to identify and troubleshoot NVH issues during vehicle development stages
  • Familiarity with simulation tools and software for predictive NVH analysis and virtual testing
  • Understanding of vehicle systems and components affecting NVH
  • Capability to propose and implement NVH solutions and countermeasures to meet or exceed target levels of noise and vibration
  • Solid understanding of vehicle development and products tailored to automotive-specific requirements
  • Experience in developing and testing products that meet automotive-grade standards and comply with industry regulations
  • Strong interpersonal skills, including ownership, self-motivation, problem-solving, analytical thinking, teamwork, innovation, creativity, and effective communication abilities
  • Proven ability to work in a truly cross-functional and global environment
  • Conduct NVH (Noise, Vibration, and Harshness) testing on vehicles during various stages of development to identify and mitigate noise and vibration issues
  • Develop and implement test plans and procedures for NVH validation tests, including vehicle component testing and full-vehicle evaluations
  • Utilize specialized equipment such as microphones, accelerometers, and vibration analyzers to measure and analyze NVH characteristics
  • Collaborate with design and engineering teams to develop solutions for NVH issues, including modifying vehicle components, adjusting materials, or refining vehicle geometry
  • Perform subjective evaluations of vehicle NVH characteristics through subjective assessments and customer clinics to ensure alignment with target market expectations
  • Interpret and communicate NVH test results to cross-functional teams, including engineers, designers, and management, to drive decision-making and product improvements
  • Stay current with industry standards, regulations, and best practices related to NVH testing and mitigation techniques
  • Support the development and implementation of NVH simulation models to predict and optimize vehicle NVH performance early in the design process
  • Collaborate with suppliers to ensure compliance with NVH requirements and specifications for components and materials used in vehicle construction
  • Participate in vehicle prototype builds and pre-production vehicle evaluations to validate NVH improvements and ensure product readiness for mass production

Scout Motors Inc. excels in the automotive industry by focusing on the development of all-electric trucks and rugged SUVs, emphasizing sustainable transportation solutions. This forward-thinking approach reflects the company's commitment to environmental responsibility and positions them at the forefront of emerging automotive technologies. Working at Scout Motors offers the opportunity to be part of a team that values innovation and is dedicated to shaping the future of the automotive sector.

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Detroit, Michigan



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6 month growth


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