We are looking for a talented Mechanical Engineer – Fuel Cell Power Systems to join our team specializing in hydrogen fuel cell power systems technology for our # NewPower Business Unit in Mississauga, Ontario. In this role, you will make an impact in the following ways Responsible for design and development of novel mechanical, electro-mechanical, and thermal subsystems for rail-based fuel cell applications. Responsible for entire hydrogen and air subsystem design including layout and component selection. Detailed layout of process and instrumentation diagrams including line sizing and general design methodology to applicable standards. Selection of appropriate filter components (air and hydrogen), valves, pressure transmitters, flow meters, blowers and compressors. Support component specification, sub-system and system level sourcing, and validation testing for performance, reliability, and durability. Participates as part of a multidisciplinary team involved in systems-related design work. Develops validation and test methods and protocols; participates in in-depth analysis of test data. Generates technical reports and presentations and conduct presentations to team members on design progress. Creates product and sub-system specific specification documents and procedures for new products; creates, maintains, and updates technical information, internal specifications, and manages engineering changes. Identifies systems design improvements, including cost reduction opportunities, and system optimization approaches. Participates in (and in some instances leads) fuel cell system and sub-system prototype builds, and experimental test setups in order to validate designs; utilizes and hands-on approach to all projects. To be successful in this role you will need the following Bachelor of Science (or equivalent degree) in Mechanical Engineering or related field required. Higher degree preferred. P.Eng. licensure under the Professional Engineers of Ontario preferred. Minimum 5 years of experience in a similar role. Strong knowledge in application of the following principles as they pertain to design Principles of fatigue and durability, noise and acoustics, dynamics and vibration, heat rejection and thermodynamics, and fluid dynamics. Experience developing and working with P&ID (Process and Instrumentation Diagrams), PFD (Process Flow Diagrams). Strong systems engineering background; hands-on experience in the development and validation of electro-mechanical systems and components is desired.