Senior Electrical powertrain System controls Engineer

The responsibilities for Electrical Powertrain System Controls Engineer, Engine Control area, include writing hardware and software specifications, performing confirmation testing on the actual car and simulator, troubleshooting and fixing related problems, writing and presenting reports, working with component suppliers and other departments to resolve technical issues, researching new technologies and market trends, and making proposals for future products.
A Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, or Software Engineering and a minimum of 3-6 years experience or equivalent combination of education and experience required. Project management methods and skills preferred. Strong knowledge of system integration, electrical hardware, and software development required. Interest in the automotive field and experience in the use of electronic measuring equipment and electrical troubleshooting experience desired. Proficient PC Skills (Excel, Word, PowerPoint and other technical software) and excellent communication/interpersonal skills required. Ability to travel and work overtime may be required.

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