Our client along the West Michigan Lakeshore area is looking for a Systems Engineering Specialist to join their team! Position may be a shared resource with Design Engineering as projects change and workload fluctuates. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Systems Engineering Responsible for engine and transmission system performance modeling, vehicle performance modeling, and component performance modeling. Responsible to allocate and derive requirements from vehicle, engine, and transmission system level down to the component level using a systems simulation model in Excel, Matlab, Simulink, or other software. Technical lead of cross-functional matrixed project team (ME, EE, Software, etc.) for engineering projects through the Systems Requirements Review to ensure engineering requirements are met. Author engineering technical reports for submission to the customer. Participate or lead new engine and transmission proposals. Provide input to product specifications and design verification test plans to ensure that they adequately capture all data to assess requirements compliance. Mechanical Engineering Responsible for the design and development of components and sub-systems of engines, transmissions, and other mechanical systems Responsible for performing mechanical stress and structural engineering calculations. Responsible for performing thermal fluids and heat transfer calculations. Responsible for requirements development, concept design, analysis, detailed design, drawings, hardware procurement, supplier technical support, test planning and execution, and failure analysis. Manage and organize multiple project tasks to meet established deadlines. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or equivalent technical BS degree 4+ years of experience. Experience with simulating systems in Matlab and Simulink. Engineering knowledge of mechanics; hydraulics; powertrain parts such as gears housings, and shafts; knowledge of performance parameters such as speed, RPM, torque, power and gear ratios. Must be able to move freely, with or without reasonable accommodation, throughout a manufacturing environment. Proven ability to make technical decisions, complete project objectives within budget and schedule, and work with little supervision. Proven ability to work well with others in a cross-functional environment while working on multiple projects. Ability to utilize all Microsoft Office applications including Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and Project. Excellent written and verbal communication, and the ability to write and review technical reports.