Technical Lead - Automotive Electronics

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Job Location: Southfield, MI

2-5 years’ experience in Automotive ElectronicsExperiences with circuit design for automotive electronic control
units, including analog circuit design.Experience required with MOSFETs driving inductive loads (motors,
solenoids, fuel injectors, and switch mode power supplies.) Also, related transient analysis. Experiences in electronics design tools such as: Circuit
Simulator, CAD and lab equipment and procedures (power supply, signal
generators, scopes, and soldering) are required. Knowledge in EMC is essential. (Design approaches for EMC robustness,
and experience with EMC testing and problem solving, etc.)Knowledge in discrete electronic components and semiconductor
technologies is essential. Experiences with Quality Management Systems, Circuit Development
Process, FMEA and circuit manufacturing process.Able to communicate and contribute in a team environment, and take
in others peoples viewsGood documentation and organization skillsAble to support technical discussions with internal and external
customersEffective presentation and writing skillsDevelop advanced safety architectures for electronic automotive
products within quality, time and cost constraints. Schematic capture. Circuit analysis including worst case, monte-carlo, etc. Interface with ECAD for circuit board layout, compliance with
Manufacturing Design Rules. Control and release Electrical BOM. Work with product assurance to develop test specifications on
required test equipment. Lead EMC activities to ensure compliance and final approvals from
customer. Interface with suppliers for development of component
specifications, resolving open issues and ensure part availability. Identification and implementation of all necessary design changes.
Participate in design reviews. Perform electrical development of bench testing. Documentation of all aspects in the product development process. Development of hardware/software interface specifications. Lead design reviews with peers and Technical Specialists. Design change tracking. Execute development in accordance with Autoliv Design Process.