In this role, you will leads projects and reviews work of engineers with respect to quality gate metrics. Gather system requirements and create functional specifications for embedded software design and development in the automotive industry.
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.
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 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 System Requirement Engineer will work in the Magna organization across product lines. The System Requirements Engineer will work through the Magna matrix organization, interfacing with electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, software engineering, suppliers, purchasing, manufacturing, test engineering, quality and sales, to gather customer and internal requirements for the product team.
In this role, you will collaborate with senior managers and decision makers to identify and solve a variety of problems and to clarify management objectives. Investigate improvements in the design or engineering capability of existing products.
Support correlation analysis of Prognostic Alert results with vehicle warranty information. Monitor performance of released Prognostic Alert results against collected raw data to ensure ongoing confirmation of signature.