Computational Engineer (m/f/d) for System Simulation
What's the role?
We are looking for an experienced and enthusiastic simulation engineer (m/f) for our system simulation. You are used to work conceptual and feel comfortable with the different areas like mechanics, electronics, electrical drives as well as battery technology.
We at Hilti give you the possibility to participate in the development of our innovative Power Tools.
Who is Hilti?
If you’re new to the industry, you might not have heard of us. We provide leading-edge tools, technologies, software and services for the global construction sector. We have a proud heritage, built over 75 years, and a worldwide reputation for pioneering products and exceptional service. With more than 29,000 people in more than 120 countries, which we’re looking to expand, we’re a great place for you to show us your worth, step up to new challenges and grow your career.
What does the role involve?
In this role, you are responsible to advance and enhance our system simulation architecture. You define interfaces and sub system scope. You are the moderator between the different involved parties of the power tool development from the battery via electronics, the drive and the mechanics to the insert/ consumable. You support our experts of the different disciplines in the creation of verified submodels on varying levels of abstraction and are in charge for their synthesis.
You are in close contact with our teams in the field of design, testing and measurement and thus ensure our high standards of innovation and robustness.
What do we offer?
We attach great importance to a good work-life-balance for our employees. That is why Hilti Entwicklungsgesellschaft mbH offers a comprehensive and individual benefits package:
• Flat hierarchies and career opportunities
• Company pension (employer-financed)
• Flexible working arrangements and teleworking
• Individual career and development opportunities
• Employee share in company success
Integrity, courage, teamwork and commitment are essential for Hilti – both today and tomorrow. We are proud to say that we not only talk about our values, but also live them every day.
Why should you apply?
Our development teams constantly strive to combine the technically most innovative solution with economic efficiency. The close relation to our customers is the key to clearly match the market’s demands. With your creativity and enthusiasm, the most powerful products in the Hilti quality are created every day! We need your thirst for knowledge and courage to take on new challenges. You are looking for a fantastic and forward-looking growth area with prospects? Become an employee (m/f) in our field of electrical devices.
What you need is:
- Completed degree (diploma, master, graduation) in mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, mechatronics or system engineering respectively related fields with theoretical background in numerical calculation methods
- Minimum 5 years´ working experience in the field of system simulation of multi physical problems – ideally with the program packages Matlab/Simulink
- Experience in programming (e.g. C++)
- Knowledge in finite element simulation desirable
- Know-How in model validation using processed experimental data
- Strong ability to solution-analyze technical problems
- High goal-orientation and self-responsible working methods
- Strong team and communication abilities as well as excellent English skills
During your job interview you will spend some time with us and get to know our company. Thus you will get a feeling for the job and our corporate culture.
Hilti stands for equal opportunities. We are looking forward to receiving applications from severely disabled persons and similarly disabled persons.
Contact: Hilti Entwicklungsgesellschaft mbH I Miriam Klocker I Human Resources
Should you encounter technical problems during your application, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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