We are innovating to respond intelligently to today's and tomorrow's challenges related to mobility. We design and manufacture a complete range of transportation systems, from high-speed trains to electric buses, to autonomous metros and solutions around signaling and digital mobility.
Joining our company means joining a global community of 36,300 people dedicated to solving real mobility issues and implementing international projects with sustainable local impact.
As part of the development of our activities in the field of Rail Signaling, we are recruiting a Brake Friction Engineer Bogie for our CREUSOT site.
The CREUSOT site (700 employees) specializes in the design and manufacture of bogies and signaling systems.
Develop knowledge and return of experience on friction components already installed on Alstom trains.
Build Friction Material catalogue with support of Component Development (EDC) and Buyers teams in order to enlarge available supplier panel.
Develop and follow the qualification of friction components dual sources for main maintenance projects.
Carry out brake performance calculation, thermal and thermomechanical analysis and compare results with supplier calculations.
Participate to correlation of calculation tool with bench test results.
Define and validate dyno tests (pad or shoe bench tests).
Define and deploy standard qualification process for friction material dual source in project phase or serial life.
Provide technical support to buyers during commercial negotiation phase.
Participate to the development of the testing center for bogie, regarding friction material development.
Participate to the supplier panel definition and consolidation.
Participate to métier continuous improvement cycle by updating guidelines.
Mechanical Engineer with specialization or significant experience in friction material domain or in tribology domain, first experience in brake friction domain will be appreciated.
Strong mechanical knowledge
Good ability of synthesis
Pro-active et autonomous
Good level of English (written and spoken)