Hardware Engineer - Active Safety
Job Opportunity at The PRA Group, Inc

Posted on May 29

http://prausa.com    810 765 1181

Location: Farmington, MI
Job Type: Full Time
Job ID: W4151182

Hardware Engineer - Active Safety
Farmington, MI

Hardware Engineer with Active Safety experience is required to play a key role in the development of the advanced active safety microelectronic hardware designs for automotive applications. Our this client is a leader in advanced vehicle safety systems and offers significant future opportunities to break into new vehicle safety technologies. If you have hands on experience with Multi-processor ECU design and communication interfaces, then this opportunity is well suited to you.

Responsibilities of the Hardware Engineer - Active Safety:
  • Schematic capture and Circuit analysis including worst case, monte-carlo, etc.
  • Development of advanced active safety microelectronic hardware designs for automotive applications.
  • Interface with ECAD for circuit board layout following Manufacturing Design Rules
  • Control and releasing of Electronic Bill of Material.
  • Collaborate with Product Assurance team for the development of test specifications and equipment.
  • Perform EMC activities for compliance and finall approvals from customer.
  • Execute on subsystem level testing for “proof of concept” of new design strategies.
  • Collaborate with vendors for component specifications development, resolving issues and ensuring the proper inventory.
  • Identify and implement necessary design changes.
  • Attend design reviews with peers and technical specialists.
  • Electrical development and bench testing.
  • Document all the aspects of the product development process.
  • Hardware and software interface specifications development 
  • Work with Manufacturing team for new product from prototype through production.

Qualifications for the Hardware Engineer - Active Safety:
  • BSEE along with 3+ years of experience circuit-level (analog and digital) Automotive Electronics.
  • Solid background in hardware development for embedded control systems.
  • Vehicle communication interfaces such as Flexray, CAN/ CAN FD, GM-LAN, LIN, MOST, etc.
  • Knowledge of Functional Safety/ ISO-26262 considerations in HW design is a plus
  • Experience with PCB construction and stackup, including Type 1/ Type 2 HDI, BGA fanout, etc.
  • Experience with Failure analysis/ root cause investigation
  • Experience in designing for Automotive EMC and Signal integrity.
  • Thermal considerations in component selection and layout.
  • Experience with high reliability electronics design along with fail safe power supply architecture designs.
  • Manufacture and test design experience.

Compensation of the Hardware Engineer - Active Safety:
Salary Range:  $85,000-110,000 (Aligned with knowledge and experience)

Location: Farmington. MI
Type:  Direct
Travel:  As and when required
Relocation Assistance:  Subject to review
Visa Sponsorship:  TN visa, Permanent Resident, and US Citizen only. (NO OPT/H1B will be considered)

Knowledge of the following areas will be helpful - ECU, "Engine Control Unit", ARM, DSP, SOC, FPGA, "Digital communication interfaces", I2C, SPI, UART,  RS-232,  RS-485, MIPI, "High-speed memory interface", DDRx, "Vehicle communication interfaces", Flexray, CAN, CAN FD, GM-LAN, "GM LAN", LIN, MOST, "High speed serial and Video interfaces", SERDES, GMSL,  FPD-Link, LVDS, "electronics design", "Thermal considerations", "Signal integrity", "Functional Safety", 26262, "PCB construction", HDI, BGA, fanout, "Failure analysis", "root cause investigation", microelectronic, Schematic, "Circuit analysis", "worst case", monte-carlo, ECAD, "circuit board layout", BOM, "Bill of Material", "test specifications", subsystem, "proof of concept", "component specifications", "electrical development", "bench testing", "product development".
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