Electric Powertrain Systems Engineer
Are you seeking an Electric Systems Engineer opportunity within an exciting, growing market? Our client in the Motorsport manufacturing space is seeking an Electric Powertrain Systems Engineer to join their team! This is a long term contract role located in Minnesota.
Responsibilities Electric Powertrain Systems Engineer:
- Works with product team to understand customer needs & use cases/cycles, develops powertrain system performance requirements, and works with analysis team to evaluate the performance of various architectures & analyze system-level tradeoffs
- Supports the development of electrified powertrain strategy/roadmaps with a focus on High Voltage Harness/System design including isolation, shielding, routing, connectors, etc.
- Documents electric &/or hybrid powertrain system requirements and decomposes into component and integration requirements as needed for each project
- Works with chassis, engine, controller, software teams/engineers as needed to assign requirements, discuss tradeoffs, perform design reviews, & ensure successful integration
- Performs detailed studies and design of the electric &/or hybrid powertrain system (including the physical, electrical, and controls architecture & integration aspects) with emphasis on safety, quality, and cost; includes leading and/or participating in system, subsystem and/or vehicle level HARA, FMEA, etc. as well as developing design guidelines
- Manages technical aspects of multiple system integration and validation projects and provides status to the integrated project team(s)
Requirements of the Electric Powertrain Systems Engineer:
- 4 year degree in Engineering and a minimum of 3+ years experience in electric/hybrid powertrain system development
- In-depth understanding of various electric & hybrid vehicle architectures, systems, subsystems, etc. at various voltage levels (36V/48V, 100V, 350V+, etc.) including component design, selection, & mating
- System-level design of vehicle or machine control systems experience including system/subsystem level tradeoff analysis, troubleshooting, and calibration
- Experience with mechanical systems and engines (doesn’t have to be included in formal education) including thermal analysis
- Hands on experience using electrical/software test and analysis equipment
- U.S. work authorization required