QUALIFICATIONS AND JOB DESCRIPTION
We are currently seeking a R&D Hardware Engineer, who will be a key contributor in our New Technologies team with the responsibility to develop innovative design and develop BMS hardware for li-ion battery systems.
The R&D Hardware Engineer is responsible for: Specification, architecture, design, simulation, schematic, layout supervision, prototype, validation, and manufacturing of li –ion battery management systems circuit boards.
Work closely with New Technologies team, battery design team and business development team.
Taking an active role in prototype development, prototype assembly and testing.
· BSc /MSc in Electrical Engineering, Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering or related field,
· 3+ years of design experience,
· Circuit board design. (Altium preferred) Specification, architecture, design, simulation, prototype, schematic, layout supervision, validation, and manufacturing
· Strong understanding of analog & digital circuits (MOSFETs, op-amps, switching regulators, gate drivers, microcontrollers, etc) and component selection, variance, power dissipation, thermal management, etc.
· Ability to tackle problems,
· Follow full life-cycle of product development process,
· Proficiency with lab equipment (solder, oscilloscopes, electronic loads, signal generators, etc),
· Good knowledge of inter-module communications protocols (I2C, SMBus, SPMI, etc.),
· Strong EE fundamentals in electronic circuit design/development with microcontroller-based embedded system,
· Familiarity with power semiconductors, microprocessors, DC-DC power supplies, and communication circuits,
· Basic programming ability,
· Stay up to date with technology trends and vendor roadmaps,
· Advanced English writing and speaking skills,
· Exceptional organization and communication skills.
Nice to have;
· Experience with programming embedded systems,
· Experience in design and development of battery management system algorithms and software,
· Experience with model-based control development using MATLAB/Simulink.