Sr. Hardware Design Engineer
Our Client is seeking Sr. Hardware Design Engineer or Lead Hardware Design Engineer to add to the team. Your expertise in BMS, High Voltage Battery Packs, and the Automotive space will be very impactful. The client is a leading power battery technology company that provides solutions for vehicles. This is an exciting team for the client as they are doing very well.
location: Fremont, California
job type: Permanent
salary: $150,000 - 180,000 per year
work hours: 8am to 4pm
- Design and develop next-gen BMS hardware Design and evaluate electrical systems, electronic circuit boards, components, and applications, including schematic design, component selection, and PCB layout
- Follow full life-cycle of product development process Failure Analysis - You will develop and contribute to WCCA, FTA, DFMEA, FMEDA analysis
- Designing testing methods and testing the components, circuits, and complete PCBs
- Lead the integration of hardware and software by working closely with firmware/embedded software engineers in the team
- Ensure product robustness and reliability and support efforts to verify supplier quality, ensuring PFMEA completed and KPIs are met.
- Use data analysis tools to predict product reliability
- Experience level: Experienced
- Education: Bachelors
- Design Engineer (5 years of experience is preferred)
- PCB Design (4 years of experience is required)
- Battery Management Systems (5 years of experience is required)
- Automotive Industry (5 years of experience is required)
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