Electrical Engineer (13233)

Company Name:
SITE Personnel/MAP Engineering

Electrical Integration Engineer
Job Summary
Provide support for vehicle integration of electrical systems in the product delivery group. This would include electrical component mounting, module development, CAN communication interface, wire routing, and harness design. Manage DFMEA and DVP&R activities related to electrical components of the vehicle, including lab and vehicle measurements or testing. The individual will have responsibility towards the project budget, drawing creation and approval, component specifications, and verification to project requirements.
This job will require a highly motivated and organized person to manage all aspects of the electrical integration to the vehicle.

Education Required
Requires Bachelors of Science degree in Electrical Engineering or related technical field If the candidate does not meet the degree requirement a combination of relevant education and experience should total the equivalent of 8 years.

Experience Required
3-5 years of experience in electrical vehicle integration including wire harness routing, CAN communications, EG test flow procedures, module development and implementation, electrical DFMEA & DVP&R. Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously. Knowledge of electrical circuit failure modes (DFMEA & DVP&R), system diagnostics and root cause analysis. Strong interpersonal skills in conflict resolution, coaching and mentoring are essential. Person must be a self-starter. Experience in working in a team environment and fostering team concepts to build group commitments to goals and objectives. Must have strong organizational, problem solving skills. Computer experience including Pro/E, word processing and spreadsheet programs.
Pay: $35/hr
Contract Length: 7 months
Shift: 2nd - 4:30 pm - 12:30 am

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