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Hardware Design Engineer (18-00146) in Farmington Hills, MI at GTA

Date Posted: 3/8/2018

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Job Description

Title: Hardware Design Engineer (18-00146)
Location: Farmington Hills, MI
Salary: Open and Competitive
Additional Benefits: Health, Dental, Vision, 401(k), company paid holidays and more!
Type of hire: Direct
Shift: 1st
Travel: 10-15%

Managers Specifications:
  • Responsible for hardware development for HVAC control units.
Position Responsibility:
  • Hardware design (from draft to test and final implementation) for HVAC control units (embedded systems and PC)
  • Hardware
    • Functional: (hardware drivers, analog/digital I/O, control algorithms, serial interfaces (J1708/1939, CAN, LIN, ISO9141, KW 2000) and diagnostics
    • Development support: data monitoring and data acquisition
    • Manufacturing support: ICT, EoL, Burn In
  • Develop hardware specifications together with customer
  • Strict adherence to PEP (Product development Process) procedure and guidelines.
  • Cooperate closely with software design, test and manufacturing personnel
  • Perform tests with customers, as required
  • Present as project team representatives in customer meetings (traveling)
  • Provide support in acquisition of new projects
  • Participate in multi-disciplinary team during development of product from concept to production in efficient and timely manner
Position Requirements
  • Minimum Three (3) years experience in hardware design and circuit design with minimum of two (2) years in HVAC automotive systems design
  • Bachelors degree in Electrical Engineering; MSEE preferred
  • Specialized knowledge in hardware design and previous use of design and simulation tools.
  • Excellent computer skills
  • Some travel required (~15% Domestic / ~10% International)
  1. How many years experience do you have with Hardware and Circuit Design?
  2. How many years experience do you have with HVAC automotive systems design?
  3. Please explain your experience working with HMI or Human Machine Interface products for automotive industries.
  4. What is the highest level of education you have completed? Which field of study is this degree in and from which university did you graduate?
  5. Are you currently working? If not, when was your last day of employment?
  6. What is your 'acceptable” salary for this position?
  7. When would you be available to interview? When are you available to start this position, if selected?
  8. If you currently do not live near the job location and the commute is too far for you, are you willing and able to relocate at your own expense?
  9. Are you able to work in the U.S. without need for a Visa, other than a TN Visa for Canadian citizens?