With a focus on Mobility, Operational Excellence, Value to our Customers and the Electrification of vehicles, you can expect to be part of something exciting. From the sleek design of our vehicles to the unique opportunities we offer around the globe, Nissan exemplifies ingenuity in everything we do. Our people are what drive the business forward.
We are currently looking for a NVH & Wind Noise Dynamic Testing Managerto join our team in Stanfield, AZ.
This manager will be responsible for leading NVH & Wind Noise development projects at Nissan’s AZ proving grounds.
Job functions include but are not limited to
- Responsible for NVH performance planning & test management. This includes leadership for NVH benchmarking, target setting and test methods development.
- Meets daily with engineers to manage test plans, data analysis & countermeasure development.
- Manages test schedule by providing day-to-day technical & functional direction for technicians.
- Leads training and development activities for AZ NVH engineer & technician staff.
- Attends weekly department staff meetings & supports proving grounds operations for facility-wide projects that impact NVH group efficiency and test functionality.
- Coordinates staff development and testing for NTCNA-MEX NVH team.
- BSME or BSEE is required with focus on NVH (noise, vibration & harshness), acoustics, mechanical vibrations or vehicle dynamics. MSME is preferred.
- 10 years’ experience with focus on full vehicle development (primarily NVH & chassis) is required. This includes experience with full vehicle test (Proving Grounds & Lab) as well as digital evaluation (understanding of NVH CAE analysis methods).
- Software requirements include MS Office Applications and working knowledge of LMS TestLab, B&K Pulse, and HeadAcoustics Artemis, Matlab, and CAD / 3D viewing software.
- Travel to Nissan’s North American manufacturing plants, Farmington Hills MI, Japan, and Suppliers/Dealers is required (approximately 20%).
- Previous experience managing a team to execute NVH automotive development is preferred.