As a degreed Mechanical Engineer (bachelor’s or higher), do you have 5+ years of demonstrated experience in internal combustion engine performance and efficiency?
Does your work history and outside interests reflect a record of innovation in machine design?
Have you used Matlab, SolidWorks CAD and ANSYS FEA tools and are you knowledgeable in GT Suite, Simulink, or similar?
If so, my client, LiquidPiston (Bloomfield, CT), an advanced technology rotary engine development company, is seeking a Sr. Mechanical Engineer to participate in the design and development of their engines, work with their vendor and customer base, and provide guidance to junior engineers. The position is in Bloomfield, CT and my client will assist with relocation.
An MIT-rooted R&D company, Liquid Piston, is poised to transform ten years of breakthrough thermodynamics research into the world’s most efficient and compact rotary diesel engine. Funded by a mix of Venture Capital, as well as DARPA and Army Rapid Innovation Awards, the company is small – but has a big vision to transform combustion engines and hybrid electric applications as we know them.