A123 Systems LLC

Lead System Test Engineer

1 month ago
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The System Test Lead Engineer is responsible for leading System Tester Engineers activities consistent with the System Test Manager’s goals/objectives for A123 Low Voltage and/or High Voltage battery projects.


  • Act as the primary System Test interface to both internal and external customers.
  • Support customer interface through appropriate means such as conference calls and travel to customer sites
  • System Requirements Analysis/Review for testability
  • Assign/manage tasks to System Test Engineers in support of the following:
    • Develop Battery Management System manual test cases/procedures in order to verify BMS System performance against requirements
    • System test case procedure debug/execution
    • Test Case automation script development/debug/execution
    • Test failure root cause analysis
    • SW/HW/test case issue reporting/tracking/resolution
    • Reproduction of customer/field issues
  • Proactively manage changes in project scope
  • Contribute to process improvement activities


  • BSEE and 8+ years of automotive electrical system experience
  • Expert knowledge of Verification processes
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Strong leadership ability
  • Experience working independently and in a collaborative environment
  • Ability to react to project adjustments and alterations promptly and efficiently
  • Ability to effectively prioritize and execute tasks in a high-pressure environment
  • Experience with Electric Vehicles and/or battery management systems a plus
  • Tier 1 supplier experience a plus
  • Experience with Rationale DOORS, JIRA, and Vector CANAlyzer tools a plus
  • Experienced using lab test equipment – Power supplies, DVM, Oscilloscope, electronic loads
  • Troubleshooting skills (hardware and software)


Work Environment

  • Exciting, fast-paced development environment
  • Some travel may be required


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