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Lead Engineer - Physical Methodologies

Jaguar Land Rover
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31 Jan 2022

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As a Lead Engineer (Physical Methodologies) you will be developing and delivering a comprehensive and aligned strategy for the Calibration and Controls department, this role will work on best practices, methods, standards, processes, people and organisation, hardware and software tools. This role specialises in managing the usage of highly advanced State of the art Powertrain in the Loop and Vehicle in the Loop test properties. The role requires close collaboration working with all teams from all aspects of the propulsion system traditional ICE, transmission, driveline, hybrid and full BEV systems in order to optimise, integrate and validate the whole propulsion system before VB. The PiL and ViL test environment forms part of the end to end tool chain process starting with virtual testing through to physical testing and maximises propulsion system optimisation and delivery through advanced and comprehensive DVM design and automation.

Key Accountabilities and Responsibilities

As a Lead Engineer (Physical Methodologies) you will contribute to the development of tools and methodologies to support the calibration and validation of the engine control system, ensure capable, robust and documented methods across all attributes and systems supporting robust and optimised design. You will contribute to the development of capable, efficient, standardised and automated simulation processes and work on ensuring Jaguar Land Rover has capable, effective and sustainable software and hardware component tools to support the calibration and engine control system.


You will be an individual with a customer first mindset who is easy to do business with and makes people feel special, driven to deliver experiences that are personalised, transparent and dependable. You will work independently, be results driven, demonstrate tenacity, drive and perseverance and have the ability to deliver operational plans in a complex, highly demanding environments. A degree or equivalent experience is preferred

Knowledge, Skills and Experience


Knowledge of Powertrain calibration and controls, ideally to a detailed level
Experience of modelling complex systems, ideally vehicle and/or Powertrain systems
Matlab, Simulink and Simulink Projects, Excel.
Experience of AVL MoBEO, CAMEO, Cruise and GT Power, ETAS Intecrio, Flow and INCA, programming (Python C, C++), MS Visual Studio and scripting skills


Experience of using ViL and PiL for power train system optimisation
Experience of DVM design across the whole propulsion system
Experience of using automation tools across virtual and physical test environments
Delivery of Engineering and or analytical projects preferably within the automotive industry
Experience of solving complex technical issues using a structured approach with the ability to identify areas for improvement


Innovative. Trusted. Pioneering. These three qualities have always summed up Jaguar Land Rover. They have been encapsulated within the performance, luxury and excellence of all our products. They are what every person working for us lives and breathes.

We have been automotive industry pioneers for more than six decades. Jaguar debuted in 1935. Land Rover made its celebrated entrance in 1948.

From then until now, we have been at the forefront of technical innovation in all areas of vehicle development. Through our revolutionary technologies, performance and craftsmanship, we have pushed the boundaries of what the industry considers possible over and over again. Our efforts have led to some of the most iconic nameplates ever to grace the road.

With an ever-evolving history and exhilarating future, this is the place to drive your pursuit for success. This is where you'll push the boundaries of your potential. This is where you'll put excellence in motion.

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