Diesel engines are an important part of greenhouse gas strategies for auto manufacturers. This position will work to address the challenges of making diesel engines clean, quiet and perform well in the light duty vehicles. The Diesel Calibration Engineer is responsible for developing test plans, establishing goals /timelines, and communicating status of a project to completion. The Calibration Engineer will plan and coordinate day to day activities including interaction with technicians and support engineers. He/she will: a). Utilize structured problem solving methods to make data based hardware and calibration decisions. b). Evaluate new engine hardware and technology for future applications. c). Analyze, plan, and solve complex system problems as they relate to calibration development. d). Manipulate and utilize large and complex sets of data. e). Actively participate in the development of standard hardware and calibration development processes and procedures. f). Participate in meetings with management, product design, and systems teams. g). Present summaries and detailed reports on specific assignments, including timing projections. This position combines multiple engineering disciplines to develop diesel hardware and calibrate the engine management system of engines produced by the company. The candidate should expect to travel 4-6 weeks throughout the year for system validation/verification.