Analysis Engineer for Mechanical Components R&D (m/f)
Do you want to improve the performance and quality of several products from tomorrow’s automotive industry? Your ideas together with your experience and knowledge can consistently contribute to the whole validation process of our products? The Analysis Team assures the required quality of a wide range of products no matter if these are from series production or development ones. In our well-equipped laboratories we offer a wide range of topics and activities like physical and chemical -, electrical failure analysis or 3D measurement techniques. With us, you will have the chance to experience on your own the synergies between production and development related activities. Welcome to Bosch.
Your contribution to something big:
• Plan and perform failure analysis of mechanical components, electronic control units (ECUs) or both, after design validation (DV) testing;
• Make physical assessment of full products regarding ageing and damaging of all relevant components, their assembly and interconnect technologies;
• Create and follow up a product specific database for different types of failure modes, identifying similarities or differences within similar work packages
• Improve and adapt methods of analysis as required by new products/technologies;
• Devise and initiate experiments for the investigation of failure, ageing and friction mechanisms and their indicators.
What distinguishes you:
• University degree in Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronics or related field;
• Good technical analysis skills and a structured way of working;
• Ability to work independently and handle tasks flexibly;
• Target, process and quality orientation;
• Good communication and cooperative skills;
• Willingness to work temporarily abroad.
• Knowledge of German language.
Your future job location offers you: Flexible worktime options, benefits and services, childcare offers, medical services, employee discounts, various sports and health opportunities, on-site parking, catering facilities, access to local public transport, room for creativity, urban infrastructures, rural surroundings.