Senior HW Electronics Engineer

0-2 years
2 months ago 20 Applied
Job Description

We are looking for technology game changers to lead Stellantis into a fundamental transformation within the automotive industry. Technology is going to disrupt the automotive industry significantly in the next decade and our organization is seeking high potential candidates to transform the company with a focus on the customer experience. Stellantiss Software Organization (SWX) was created to build the most captivating experiences in the latest frontier of Automotive Technology.

The main job responsibilities will be:

Responsible for electronic design of Core hardware platform, and edge ECUs

Support the design, development, and analysis of hardware schematics, Bill of Materials and layouts of target hardware

Collaborate in a Scaled Agile product delivery team, comprised of cross-functional company peers to continuously prioritize, refine, and deploy component

Understand Stellantis Domain team requirements, project milestones, technology relevance

Prepares of engineering and release related reports for project review

Utilize engineering disciplines, including Electrical Engineering Process Management, DFSS, DFMEA, DFM/DFA, and WCA to develop robust design solutions

Ensures hardware prototypes are validated and available for key pre-production vehicle build milestones

Ensure designs are manufacturable, component readiness, support future design direction, etc.

Lead and facilitate resolution of component issues during the development

Conduct HW/SW design reviews on target ECUs

Work closely with core hardware design engineers and cross-functional teams to execute and validate complex components.

Basic Qualifications

Bachelors of Science in Mechanical, Electrical, or Aerospace Engineering from an ABET accredited university or equivalent program

experience in electronic hardware development

Experience in EE architecture topologies, software architecture, safety MCU/MPU, SoCs

Strong teamwork, and excellent oral and written communication skills; ability to work independently.

Extensive hands-on experience with lab instruments such as oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, electronic loads, and signal generators.

Familiar with Automotive industry standards for electronics, design factors of safety, and product verification is desired

Preferred Qualifications

Knowledge of applicable safety standards including ISO 26262, Euro NCAP, and other regulations, industry benchmarks and customer requirements

Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) Belt certification

Solid understanding of system/component design

Familiar with vehicle bus: ETH/CAN FD/LIN/LVDS communication protocols and troubleshooting tools

Experience in root cause and DFSS techniques (is-is not, 5-why, DMAIC, 8D, 5-penny, fishbone/fault-tree analysis)

Experience using Vector tools (CANoe, CANalyzer) or similar

Critical Character Traits to Ensure Success

Ability to think outside-the-box in high pressure situations

Ability to multi-task

Detail oriented problem-solver

Self-confident/empowered to deliver on a daily basis

Self-starter with the ability to work independently given minimal supervision/direction

Ability to identify potential developmental roadblocks and escalate to management

Ability to work in a team environment and be both a team player and task leader

o This includes requesting assistance from and likewise providing assistance to team members regardless if the topic is related to your assigned work set

Respect and understanding of the Customer/Supplier relationship while embracing partnership

Ability to present concepts/strategies/project status to large groups





safety MCU/MPU
system/component design
EE architecture topologies
Vector tools (CANoe
root cause and DFSS techniques
vehicle bus: ETH/CAN FD/LIN/LVDS communication protocols

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