As a Design and Release Engineer, you will have ownership to develop various electrical components within the Electrical/Electronic Engineering organization. The Design and Release Engineer will report to the department manager
- Design and release of Electrical Control Units (ECUs) within the Body and Comfort subsystem of the vehicle
- Develop specifications for the ECU based on input from marketing and systems engineering
- Drive supplier selection with help from purchasing
- Own the electrical interface between the ECU and the rest of the vehicle system
- Develop device transmittal, detailing voltage, current, fusing, communications and software requirements for your ECU
- Release components in the PLM system
- Insure that components are packaged in 3D without any interferences
- Insure the creation and maintenance of all design quality documents, such as FMEAs, DVP&R, Root Cause Analysis etc. for your ECU
- Collaborate with key system and component suppliers and support overall vehicle development milestones and prototype/production build events.
- Collaborate with cross-functional teams within the Byton Vehicle Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering and Supplier groups to ensure system manufacturing and assembly feasibility and serviceability.
- BS in Electrical Engineering
- A minimum of 2 years of experience in automotive ECUs, either as a design or release engineer
- Automotive experience at an OEM or Tier 1
- Must be self-motivated, with a desire to continuously improve and learn.
- Demonstrated ability to manage complex projects with tight timing constraints, providing examples of such scenarios throughout ones career.