Every company has a history. We have legacy and have been building it since 1983. Here at Ilmor, we pride ourselves in delivering the best high-performance engines to all of our clients, providing them with design, development, testing, manufacturing, and conquering racetracks of IndyCar, ARCA, NASCAR, SRX and more.
When we say we deliver the best, we deliver results. We’ll let our resume speak for itself: 21 Indianapolis 500 Wins, 335+ IndyCar Wins, 20 IndyCar Drivers Championships, and 22 IndyCar Manufacturers Championships… all in under 40 years.
Having made a name for ourselves at the most elite tier of the racing world, we keep pushing our comfort zone, even out of the roll-cage and into a life jacket: we've brought the same precision engineering to the water. Our marine designs, methodical testing, and advanced manufacturing have resulted in marine engines chosen by world-renowned boating manufacturers such as Mastercraft, Formula, Stancraft and Aviara.
But we’re still not satisfied, still kicking in the deep end with no intention to head towards the ladder. We have to see how far we can go. Join our elite Marine Engineering team here at Ilmor with phenomenal leadership from our Marine Chief Engineer, Jon Rayner.
Focused on Marine Powertrain mechanical design projects, no two days will ever be alike. You will be responsible for a best practice warranty management process to lead warranty resolution, identify data tends, and support field visits. You'll present Ilmor and the the marine engineering team to the customer base. This position will involve domestic travel, occasionally with very little advanced notice.
Major Areas of Responsibility
Duties will include representing the engineering team at the assembly plant.
Tracking and resolving critical issues that arise with existing product currently manufactured at our Mooresville, NC or Plymouth, MI facility.
Respond to reoccurring field issues via engineering root cause analysis.
Real time monitoring of trending service issues.
Lead internal or external suppliers to resolve production/product issues.
Lead product quality issue resolution with customers. This may require on-site resolution with the customer.
Develop and implement validation test plans for service fixes.
Ensure accuracy of service manuals and documentation from an engineering standpoint.
Responsibilities include understanding the Ilmor warranty agreements and requirements with customers and analyzing warranty data in partnership with our customer service team.
Work with a cross-functional business unit team including quality, manufacturing, sales and engineering to improve production, design and engineering aspects of the product.
Education & Experience (Required)
2-5 years of relevant professional experience
High energy and a passion for boating & being out on the water
Bachelor's Degree or higher in Mechanical, Electrical or Naval & Marine Engineering, or similar with strong understanding of mechanical & electrical systems
Data acquisition and post processing experience
Data driven and capable of processing large amounts of data
Proficient in CAD
Additional Skills (Highly Desired)
Hands-on powertrain engine knowledge
Hands-on boating experience and an understanding of boat rigging
Able to work well on a team and independently
Calibration experience preferred but not required
Demonstrated Physical Abilities/Work Environment
This is a hands-on role and will involve time out on the water in our development boats and working in our engineering and manufacturing space. The candidate will be expected to stand, walk, lift, squat, bend and twist.
This job will be based out of Mooresville, North Carolina with expected travel to be approximately 30%.
This is a 100% on-site position.
Authority (to take action/make decisions):
Involved in recommendations to Senior Management, and is involved in decision making on projects or programs. Is accountable for quality and delivery of customer satisfaction.