A123 Systems LLC

Sr. Hardware Engineer

US-MI-Livonia
2 weeks ago
ID
2017-1506
# of Openings
1
Category
Engineering

Overview

Senior Electrical Hardware Engineer responsible for the design and development of electronic battery management control systems. Candidate should have a strong knowledge of automotive electronics and electrical systems.

Responsibilities

  • Design automotive battery management electronic hardware to meet specified requirements.
  • Perform engineering analysis, including DFMEA, Worst Case Circuit Analysis, Thermal Analysis and Stress Analysis.
  • Release designs to production.
  • Support validation during DV/PV testing.
  • Resolve technical/validation issues by following 8D process.
  • Specify end-of-line test and DV/PV tester requirements.
  • Plan and implement engineering development test programs.

 

Qualifications

The position requires review and analysis of system requirements, executing and evaluating designs, performing circuit analysis, overseeing PCB layout, supporting DV/PV testing, and leading complex engineering projects. Must be able to balance system requirements versus technical constraints and cost targets. Consults with manager as needed.

 

  • Experience desired in a number of areas:
    • Automotive electronics hardware design.
    • Schematic capture.
    • Thermal design and analysis.
    • EMC design and correction techniques.
    • Circuit simulation and analysis using SPICE, SABER or similar tools.
    • Microprocessor based systems.
    • Analyze new or other component technologies that meet or improve design specifications.
    • CAN/LIN communication.
    • Vector tools.

Education/Experience

  • Required Education: B.S.E.E.
  • Preferred Education: M.S.E.E.
  • 5+ years’ experience in the field of automotive electronics engineering.
  • High voltage/high power electronics design experience is desirable.

 

 

 

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