Thermal Management Engineer - Trucks
The Lion Electric
Innovative manufacturer of zero-emission vehicles
Leader in transportation electrification in North America
Every day, in our own way, we contribute to improving our environment and our society.
Come and design the future with us!
Why join our team?
You'll work in a stimulating and constantly evolving environment (no chance of getting bored with us).
We get it, plain and simple. Your family and your health come first!
Your schedule is flexible and we trust you
At Lion, there are no limits to your career potential.
What's your role?
Reporting to the Dynamic Systems and Thermal Management Section Manager, the Thermal Management Engineer acts as a technical reference to support and evaluate the department's efforts in large-scale projects and complex problem-solving. He/she is also a reference for his/her team in terms of industry standards and design techniques specific to Lion's context.
On a daily basis, you will :
- Act as an engineer for component cooling, ventilation, air conditioning and heating systems on the truck team.
- Actively participate in the selection and design of component integration for dynamic truck systems.
- Evaluate the requirements of major projects and lead the initiation of efforts for dynamic truck systems.
- Assess project risks and actively participate in their mitigation.
- Represent engineering in complex problem solving and lead technical teams in this context.
What do you need to succeed in this position?
- Knowledge of the various truck cooling, ventilation, air conditioning and heating systems, their supply and control;
- Knowledge of industry standards related to system design in the transportation context;
- Knowledge of product development processes and other departments.
- Knowledge of problem-solving techniques (5 Whys, Ishikawa, 8D...)
- Bilingualism essential (French and English)
- Advanced knowledge of MS Office suite
Skills, aptitudes and attitudes
- Excellent communication skills;
- Ability to train / help others;
- Good synthesis and analysis skills;
- Ability to identify critical path, milestones and out-of-the-box solutions.
Education and experience required
- Bachelor's degree in engineering, member of the OIQ
- 5 years' experience in dynamic systems development in the transportation field.