Battery Management Systems Applications Engineer

Troy, Michigan – Movement Search & Delivery    is working with an international supplier of raw materials and electronics to the manufacturing industry. Due to recent growth, the company has opened a position for an Applications Engineer.

What you will do: The Applications Engineer creates schematics and wiring diagrams for the battery management and related electrical system, supports circuit design and analysis, and creates/supports PCB layouts for the Battery Management System. The role supports selection and specification of electrical and electronics components, reviews documentation (BOM’s, lists, schematics, diagrams, sketches, drawings, procedures and notes), supplier documentation and/or data sheets for design feasibility and alternative sources, and works with purchasing to resolve component procurement processes. The position provides direct advisory support of purchasing operations, track EE hardware root cause failure analysis and implement corrective actions, and releases work products (specifications, designs) into use, including appropriate internal and customer-specific sign-off and release steps. Additionally, the Applications Engineer performs technical design reviews, creates test plans and executes test plans for verifying electrical hardware, and supports the Quality and Reliability efforts (e.g., DFMEA, Robustness Assessments, Key-Life Testing) relative to E/E hardware design and manufacturing.

What you will need: Bachelors Degree in Electrical/Electronics Engineering. Current experience in electrical/electronics engineering. Experience in electronics design and release of control modules (i.e., with embedded SW) for automotive or truck applications, including network and diagnostics (e.g., CAN, GMLAN, LIN, RS323, J1939, ODBII). Experience with DX Designer, Altium (or equivalent) schematics capture tools. Experience of PCB layout and related design rules for automotive applications. Working experience with quality/reliability disciplines (FMEA, 8D, APQP). Experience with major automotive microprocessor families (Freescale, Intel, TI/National). Working experience with automotive or commercial truck OEM product release processes strongly preferred, including Engineering Release, PPAP and PSW. Experience with high voltage and current (DC) electrical design, for example, interfacing to inverter circuits or using FET’s and IGBT’s for PWM.

What we offer: Honest and transparent representation to our clients…  it’s what we do.

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Please send your resume and current compensation to:

Greg Giltner
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