The Electronics Hardware Engineer is responsible for development of electrical and electronic components that support ride performance products that meet the needs of the market, customer, business, and operations. This person will lead the development of electrical and electronic components in support of New Technology Introduction (NTI) and product launch teams, as well as plan, design, test, and release ECUs, sensors, electromechanical actuators (solenoids), electrical interconnects (connectors) and wiring harnesses. The electronics hardware engineer will also be responsible to lead supplier technical interface and activities for component design engineering services and purchased components.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Responsible for design and release of electrical and electronics hardware
  • Provide technical support for supplier quoting and sourcing activities
  • Capture customer requirements, lead design and development efforts
  • Create plans to support product development and launch schedules
  • Center of expertise for electronics component manufacturing
  • Maintain updated set of industry best practices, internal requirements, legal compliance, and government requirements

Key Deliverables:

  • Component Design Failure Mode Analysis (DFMEA)
  • Design reviews of component design and development status
  • Component Statement of Requirements (SOR) for new designs
  • Component technical specifications
  • Engineering specifications for manufacturing
  • Test Plans, Test Reports, and Data Analysis
  • Component Release in SAP
  • Worst Case Analysis (WCA) requirements for circuit analysis and simulation
  • Electronics DVP&R (EMC, Thermal, Vibration)
  • Electronics technology and benchmarking
  • Support engineering execution processes, procedures, and tools for global core engineering
  • Own standardized objective measurement documentation
  • Support benchmarking of automotive electronic control systems.
  • Maintain a working knowledge of safety policies and regulations to ensure safety of self and others

Required Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering or equivalent
  • Minimum three years of engineering work experience in a related field
  • Practical electronics skills (oscilloscope, soldering, prototype build)
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Must be self-motivated with the ability to work effectively in a team environment

Preferred Background

  • Experience releasing electronic components for high-volume manufacturing
  • Automotive APQP experience

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