R&D Engineer within Heat Transfer and Cooling @ Turbine
Are you looking for your next career step in a high-tech company which drives the global energy transition? Join us on our journey into the future #siemens
Be part of an open and dynamic workplace where flexible working hours, professional and personal development are high on the agenda. We make our vision of sustainable, affordable and reliable energy by supporting our customers towards decarbonization, developing cost effective energy solutions and pushing digitalization in our products, a reality.
We make real what matters. This is your role
You will be part of a diverse R&D group consisting of highly skilled engineers who work with heat transfer, and cooling of hot gas path components such as blades and vanes in the Turbine part of Core engine. You will be participating in various product development projects, support tasks and root cause analysis where your tasks will include for example calculation thermal boundary conditions and component temperatures. You will also have a possibility to contribute to development of our technology and the inhouse calculation tools we use.
As part of a global organization, you will have the opportunity to build a network that expands across the world. We have an established policy that support diversity and see diversity as a benefit which improve the dynamics of the group. Diversity also make us see problems from different views and helps us to find better and more creative solutions in the multi-disciplinary collaborations with Aerodynamicists, Designers, Mechanical integrity and Service department.
At Siemens we value diversity by inclusion and by cooperating with people with different mindset, background, experience, competence and personal traits – in all organisational levels.
We need someone who is burning for cooling and has an open mind
MSc or PhD with a focus on energy, fluid dynamics and heat transfer
Good knowledge and experience within fluid dynamics and heat transfer
A person that can understand the requirements from neighbouroruing disciplines and can work in a team and make it more effective & efficient.
A problem solver with a structured way of working
Good English language skills are required. Swedish language skills are meritorious.
A passion for fluid dynamics and heat transfer and a drive to continuously learn more
You will be based in Finspång, Sweden.
Ready to apply?
Do not hesitate - apply today via siemens.se/jobb ref nr 202564 and no later than March 16.