Generate high voltage (HV) system vehicle functional requirements, algorithm change requests and component performance standards. Participate and contribute to Design Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (DFMEA) for multiple programs.
Support the development of automotive embedded control systems adhering to safety standards including ISO 26262 throughout the product lifecycle (analysis & design, requirements management, development, validation, and production.
The PASD Wiring Systems Engineer is responsible for managing logical connectivity data for a wiring program. The additional responsibilities include harness topology and partitioning and the harness complexity to product plan including give away circuit management.
The Power and Signal Distribution Systems (PSDS) Engineer is a key position responsible for designing and implementing the entire power and signal distribution system for vehicle programs. It is an electrical engineering position within the Product Development Team.
The BMS Systems & Integration Engineer is expected to compile customer requirements for High Voltage and/or Low Voltage Battery Pack Battery Management Systems (BMS); translate these requirements into system schematics and requirements specifications; drive these requirements into the design organization; and follow programs through the BMS validation and customer installation/integration stages.
Managing and documenting the requirements and system or subsystem architecture; allocate and expand requirements into actionable system requirements for mechanical, electrical and software disciplines.
Works on Autonomous Driving Core Feature Software. Responsible for the development, implementation, and verification of new software functionality along with the analysis and correction of software defects.