Join TuSimple and help change the way the world moves.  Together we're making freight transportation safer, more efficient, and more environmentally friendly.


This role is located in Tucson, AZ Relocation assistance is provided.

For immediate consideration please email your resume to: sr__eds_vehicle_architecture_engineer_dea24a052us@ivy.greenhouse.io


Company Overview

Come join a higher calling and find a deeper purpose!   

As a multi-national Artificial Intelligence Technology Company, we are at the epicenter of the Autonomous Vehicle Universe. Our breakthroughs are leading the industry in autonomous trucking.  

While inventing the framework of Autonomous Driving, our current fleet of autonomous Trucks are helping communities receive much-needed supplies and medical equipment around the clock.   Our people are some of the most talented engineers and contributors who are leaving behind a historic legacy.  

TuSimple was founded half a decade ago with the goal of bringing the top minds in the world together to achieve the dream of a driverless truck solution. With a foundation in computer vision, algorithms, mapping, and Artificial Intelligence, TuSimple is working to create the first global commercially viable autonomous truck driving platform!

Job Overview

We are looking for a Senior EDS Vehicle Architecture Engineer to develop and maintain wiring diagrams and 2D schematics for all the Electrical Distribution systems (Wire harnesses) at TuSimple You will work with the cross-development and design engineers throughout the engineering organization to ensure the relevant subsystems are designed with appropriate requirements, interfaces, and interactions to achieve specific wire harness vehicle functions.

Responsibilities: 

  • Develop and maintain wiring diagrams Logical & Physical Schematics
  • Work with hardware engineering teams and suppliers to obtain harness relevant data
  • Select fuses and wire sizes
  • Work with mechanical engineering teams on harness drawings, and finalizing connector selection
  • Utilize and maintain component libraries
  • Merge harness schematics with 3D designs into a consistent data set that we submit to harness manufacturers
  • Maintain and configure harness variants for vehicles and a variety of different test bench designs
  • Work with tool suppliers on integrations to streamline the processes and to improve harness data quality
  • Work with technicians to build harnesses for test and kitting benches
  • Report and escalate issues as appropriate and participate in triaging of issues with different teams and harness suppliers

Experience and Skills required :

  • 5- 10 years of experience in system engineering or Electrical Engineering, with direct working experience within the Electrical Distribution Systems- Wire Harnesses.
  • Proven long term experience in harness schematic design and vehicle harness development
  • Proven senior-level experience with harness schematic tools such asCapital, VeSys, or others
  • Detailed knowledge of relevant formats such as kbl, XML, and others
  • Experience in selecting wiring sizes and types as well as connectors
  • Harness Debugging experience
  • Harness manufacturing experience
  • Experience Capital Harness XC integrator and Logic
  • Familiarity with CAN messaging systems
  • Experience with model-based behaviors
  • Experience with automotive body computers
  • Ability to interface with connector, PDC, vehicle architecture, and systems engineers to manage all electrical aspects of wiring design
  • Excellent communication skills, written and verbal
  • Ability to identify and communicate risks, mitigate, and drive issues to closure
  • Attention to detail, ability to prioritize

Perks

  • Visa sponsorship is available for this position 
  • Opportunity for professional growth and career advancement 
  • Competitive salary and benefits
  • Up to a 30% discretionary bonus. 
  • Daily breakfast, lunch, and dinner
  • Shape the landscape of autonomous driving
  • 100% Company paid Medical, Vision, and Dental insurance plan
  • Company 401(K) program
  • Company paid life insurance
  • Company paid education/training. 
  • Company paid gym membership.  

TuSimple is an Equal Opportunity Employer. This company does not discriminate in employment and personnel practices on the basis of race, sex, age, handicap, religion, national origin or any other basis prohibited by applicable law. Hiring, transferring and promotion practices are performed without regard to the above listed items.


This role is located in Tucson, AZ Relocation assistance is provided.

For immediate consideration please email your resume to: sr__eds_vehicle_architecture_engineer_dea24a052us@ivy.greenhouse.io

 


 

 

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