This position reports to the Electronics Engineering Manager and is responsible for:
Interface with OEM as required to resolve design issues and/or to promote new design concepts.
Capture requirements for LED Arrays, LED Electronics from OEM and Lamp PD.
Detailed design of electrical schematic in Varroc tools based on design library or new circuits as needed. Work with design team to develop LDMs and arrays.
Modeling knowledge for application of LED and binning requirements.
Work with MCAD and ECAD to ensure high quality design.
Work with suppliers to ensure designs meet Client specifications as well as OEM requirements for make parts such as Headlamps, Rear Lamps, CHMSLs.
Provide single point of contact for all Electrical development of Front & Rear lamp LED electronics.
Work with EMS or in-house suppliers for manufacture of Electronics.
Work with electronics component engineering and purchasing to create new parts in client database for new circuits.
Develop DVP&R, FMEA pertaining to electronics.
YEARS EXPERIENCE: 3 – 5 years of automotive electronics design and launch experience.
DEGREE STRONGLY PREFERRED: Education: B.S. in Electrical Engineering. M.S. in EE or higher preferred.
Working level knowledge of modeling using PRECISE, SABER electronic simulation tools.
Fluent in use of Electronics schematic capture tools such as DxDesigner, PowerView, EDVX System.
Design of Power Electronics with Switch Mode Power Supplier (SMPS), DC-DC converters in automotive environment.
Capable of working in a multi-disciplinary group of Optics, Mechanicals and Electronics.
Capable of capturing Electrical requirements for lamps based on optics/mechanical requirements.
Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Ability to function in a fast-paced team-oriented environment and handle multiple priorities.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Overtime as required. At times, this may require very early or very late teleconferences - beyond the normal working hours. Flexibility in working hours is a requirement. Very limited travel, which may include visits to testing lab, EMS suppliers and OEM customer facilities.