Electrical Systems Engineer – REQID#ESEMAR2024

Job Description

The Electrical Systems Engineer will work with OEM customers to guide, negotiate, and capture customer requirements for CAN/LIN based inverters and outlets, and analyze those requirements with Electrical, Hardware, Software and Mechanical Engineering team members. The engineer will lead internal engineering and manufacturing groups to develop system requirements in R4J/Jira, to allocate system requirements to electrical, functional, mechanical and validation disciplines, and to develop System architecture. The engineer will use core automotive tools (DFMEA, PPAP, etc.) to ensure that the designed products meet customer requirements. Support the development of system validation (HIL) plans and develop environmental test plans (DVP&R) and EMC test plans according to OEM specifications. Perform system-level engineering tests in the lab using common lab tools including DMMs, Oscilloscopes and CAN/LIN communication equipment. Develop PCBA-level and Product-Level End-of-Line Production Test Specifications. Coordinate with Program Management to ensure that all open technical issues are captured, assigned, and tracked to completion and timely release of the necessary engineering deliverables. Participate in warranty return analysis and corrective actions (8D, 5Why, etc.). Analyze OEM change requests, coordinate engineering team responses, and release of affected drawings and documents. Occasional travel to customers and suppliers within the Detroit metropolitan area and occasionally internationally.

Job Requirements

Bachelor’s Degree (or foreign equivalent) in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering Technology, or equivalent degree and 5 years progressive post-baccalaureate experience in embedded systems design and development engineering in the automotive industry, including: 3 years of automotive electronics design experience involving serial communication protocols such as CAN or LIN; performing bench testing using common lab tools including DMMs, Oscilloscopes and CAN/LIN communication equipment; and using core automotive tools (DFMEA, DVP&R, 8D, etc.) and, including: 2 years of experience working with automotive OEM customers to guide, negotiate and capture customer requirements, developing systems requirements, as well as managing requirements throughout the development cycle using requirements management tools; leading a design team on at least one project; planning technical projects and management of engineering deliverables.

Occasional and up to 5% international travel and occasional and up to 5% domestic travel within the Detroit metropolitan area.

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The Casco Sales and Engineering office, located in Novi, MI, supports all NA Automotive OEMs.  With close proximity to our customers we are able to actively manage projects from the concept stage through launch.  Our cross functional engineering team of electrical, software and mechanical engineers lead global technology development of our power electronics product line.

For further info visit our North America locations page

Regina Hawkins – HR Generalist – U.S. Locations

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