Share this Job

What's Next? Join ZF!

ZF is a global technology company supplying systems for passenger cars, commercial vehicles and industrial technology, enabling the next generation of mobility.

ZF allows vehicles to see, think and act. In the four technology domains of Vehicle Motion Control, Integrated Safety, Automated Driving, and Electric Mobility, ZF offers comprehensive product and software solutions for established vehicle manufacturers and newly emerging transport and mobility service providers. ZF electrifies a wide range of vehicle types. With its products, the company contributes to reducing emissions, protecting the climate and enhancing safe mobility.

CAE Analyst - Multiphysics

Country/Region:  PL

Częstochowa, WP, PL, 42-200 Łódź, Łódzkie, PL, 92-202

Req ID 35871 Częstochowa, Lodz, Poland


The Role
       As a CAE Analyst, you will play a critical role in the development of the next generation ZF Electronics and ADAS products. 
       In this role you will be reporting and working together with Mechanical Simulation Teams in Shirley, UK and Farmington Hills, US and be mainly responsible for analyzing and optimizing the performance of revolutionary ZF Radar and Camera CORE designs. You will be an innovative and skilled problem solver, using all analysis tools available to you. Where these tools are insufficient or do not exist, you will develop novel methodologies to establish fast and accurate solutions. You will be a part of a diverse and challenging cross functional team.
•    Provide CAE and CFD support through building state of art FEA and CFD models to the finest details and support design progression and evolution with multi-disciplinary engineering teams; 
•    Perform advanced CAE and CFD simulations, drive manufacturing Drive manufacturing centric ECU sensor designs, balance all applicable requirements with state-of-the-art design and innovative manufacturing methodologies and enhance sub-systems as well as full system level simulations of specific design attributes and manufacturing processes; 
•    Produce standardized FEA report summary of the analysis conducted.
•    Engineering degree with 2-3 years in of industrial experience within the field of CEA;
•    Good working knowledge of Finite Element Analysis;
•    Fundamental knowledge of Thermal, vibration, structural analysis methods;
•    Have the ability to work independently on given CAE problems, with good analytical problem-solving techniques;
•    Flexibility to adapt in an exciting fast paced working environment & willingness to travel.
•    Deep fundamental Knowledge of mechanical and materials science with Physics of Failure in Electronics products, knowledge of Plastic Molding, Pressure Die-casting & Metal Pressings process’s, as well as Assembly design including mechanical joining technologies;
•    Familiarity within 3D CAD software, preferably CATIA V5/6 is beneficial;
•    Experience in stand-alone or coupled analysis of electronic components;
•    Understanding of FMEA techniques.
We offer:
•    Exposure to modern ADAS future technologies like autonomous driving;
•    Good working environment, work in a multinational team;
•    Career opportunities;
•    Flexible working hours, work in hybrid system (partially remotely);
•    Private medical care, employee package –‘MyBenefit’, relocation package;
•    Employment agreement with copyrights tax benefit.



Be part of our ZF team as CAE Analyst - Multiphysics and apply now!


Szymon Musiał

(+48) 33 485 64 87

Our Commitment to Diversity

ZF is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer and is committed to ensuring equal employment opportunities for all job applicants and employees. Employment decisions are based upon job-related reasons regardless of an applicant's race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, disability, marital status, genetic information, protected veteran status, or any other status protected by law.

Find out how we work at ZF:

Job Segment: R&D Engineer, R&D, Materials Science, Drafting, Engineering, Research, Science