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 HiL Test Design Engineer develops expertise in software test design and has advanced knowledge in vehicle functional partitioning, electrical and communication architectures, Ford's embedded software processes, and the Global Product Development System.
Develop and release structural components and subsystems into production, collaborating with attribute leads, cross-functional engineering teams, manufacturing team, engineering partners, and other stakeholders.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for releasing components and/or calibrations into the parts releasing systems, executing and evaluating designs, performing analysis, development, and testing of engineering projects in the area of automotive infotainment systems.
The Mechanical Engineer is responsible for designing new (or improving older) equipment that will automate assembly, fabrication, and packaging equipment utilizing sensors, actuators, pneumatics, hydraulics, controls, tables, punches, motors, servos, etc.
Designs and/or improves products considering manufacturability, quality and cost with a thorough understanding of design tools and methods; reviews and approves work done by associate and design engineers.
In this role, you will be responsible for analyzes and designs new products with the ability to mitigate the effects of thermal, mechanical stresses and vibration present in the customer's applications through innovative design approaches.
In this role, you will develop, create and update software design documents in the automotive industry. Write, debug and test software code for automotive embedded software systems. Read, analyze and interpret microcontroller manuals to write driver level software to get the microcontroller running