In this role, you will support all systems engineering tasks such as requirements analysis, requirements development, Concept of Operations (CONOPS), cost, and risk assessments, trade studies, and document system design descriptions.
As a thermal systems design engineer, you will be working with the engineering team to design, release, and deliver thermal systems, including those necessary for the functionality of various self driving systems throughout the vehicle.
In this position, you will provide subject matter expertise in systems engineering and integration, requirements management, and analysis support to a DoD client with a primary focus on ground vehicle programs and apply systems thinking and subject matter expertise to aid clients in technology and program development.
The EE Systems Engineer is responsible for creating and documenting architecture, hardware interfaces, schematics, data bus communication, behavior and communication requirements related to EE features as applicable to specific vehicle programs.
In this role, you will work well across a distributed team to identify and resolve conflicts and technical issues within platforms, systems, and teams. Research, draft, and review systems engineering products.
In this role, the selected candidate must have a working knowledge of plastic exterior trim design requirements and manufacturing processes; good mechanical aptitude, reasoning and problem solving skills.
This position is responsible for working with OEM customers to meet system and vehicle attribute goals for Antilock Braking, Traction Control and Electronic Stability Control Systems such as stopping distance, evasive handing characteristics, and compromised traction acceleration events.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for research, design, installation, integration, support and optimization of a variety of technologies as a part of the information technology infrastructure and applications environment.
In this role, you will assist with the development of program milestone documents, including initial capabilities document, capability development document, interface control documents, and system engineering plans.
The successful candidate will collaborate among other systems engineering efforts on complex projects/products, and possess the ability to successfully execute several systems engineering activities simultaneously.
This position will work on system-level engineering and problem analysis for automotive infotainment systems. Common tasks will include defining specifications/requirements and performing analysis on issues with regard to in-vehicle and internal bus communication.
The role of a systems engineer is to understand the needs of our automotive customers, translate them into actionable requirements for the mechanical, electrical, optics, and software disciplines (requirements engineering) and validate that our products meet what our customer expected of them (system validation).