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Electro-Mechanical Engineer

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Troy, MI
Job Type
Direct Hire
Nov 19, 2019
Job ID
Electro-Mechanical Engineer
Troy, MI

Job Summary of the Electro-Mechanical Engineer:

Electro-Mechanical Engineer with experience in electro-mechanical design and release of modules for automotive or truck applications along with the knowledge of wiring diagrams and PCB layout is required to play a key role in supporting electrical architecture development and wiring diagrams for the battery management and related electrical system for one of our clients in the CA. This client is a globally well known brand for its petrochemical products and in this role you will be responsible for supporting the Quality and Reliability efforts (e.g., DFMEA, Robustness Assessments, Key-Life Testing) relative to electro-mechanical design and manufacturing. If you have good experience with Quality & Reliability disciplines such as FMEA, 8D, APQP and mechanical design and GD&T, then this position is well suited to you.




Responsibilities of the Electro-Mechanical Engineer:

  • Provide support in electrical architecture development and wiring diagrams for the battery management and related electrical system
  • Work on selection and specification of electro-mechanical components such as connection systems, fuses, wiring, contactors, flex cables, ICBs (cell interface boards) etc.
  • Review documentation such as BOM's, diagrams, sketches, drawings, procedures, notes, supplier documentation and data sheets for design feasibility and alternative sources.
  • Work with the Mechanical Battery Pack design team to allocate position and space for Electronic and Electro-mechanical assemblies
  • Conduct, coordinate, and track electro-mechanical root cause failure analysis and implement corrective actions.
  • Work with purchasing department for the component procurement processes. And provide support for purchasing operations
  • Formally release work products (specifications, designs) into use, including appropriate internal and customer-specific sign-off and release steps for electro-mechanical components
  • Perform Technical Design Reviews with customer and internal staff. TDRs will be expected at the Concept, Detailed Design, and Production Sign-off stages.
  • Create test plans and support the execution of test plans for verifying electro-mechanical hardware.
  • Support the Quality and Reliability efforts for DFMEA, Robustness Assessments, Key-Life Testing relative to electro-mechanical design and manufacturing



Qualifications of the Electro-Mechanical Engineer:

  • Bachelors in Electrical, Electronics or Mechanical Engineering
  • 4+ years of experience in electro-mechanical design and release of modules for automotive or truck applications.
  • Knowledge of materials, connectors, and packaging related to electronics/PCBs.
  • Experience with Quality & Reliability disciplines such as FMEA, 8D, APQP and mechanical design and GD&T
  • Knowledge of wiring diagrams, PCB layouts for manufacturabilityis a must.  Experience with Battery Management System (BMS) and related design rules is a plus.
  • Experience with projects where Functional Safety (ISO 26262) was applied
  • Experience with Battery pack design and Battery Management System (BMS) 
  • Experience with automotive or commercial truck OEM product release including including Engineering Release, PPAP and PSW processes will be preferred



Compensation of the Electro-Mechanical Engineer:
Salary Range:  $95000-$112000/ year, depending on experience 

Location: Troy, MI
Type:  Direct
Travel: As and when required.
Relocation Assistance: No
Visa Sponsorship: No. Must be a US Citizen.

Knowledge of the following areas may be helpful:- "Electro-mechanical", "Battery Management System", BMS, development, design, architecture, wiring, diagrams, electrical, Mechanical, battery, assembly, specification, selection, "connection systems", fuses, wiring, contactors, "flex cables", ICB, "cell interface boards", BOM, sketches, drawings, procedure, notes, "root cause failure analysis", RCA,RCFA, specification, design, DFMEA, "Key-Life", test, wiring, FMEA, 8D, APQP, GD&T, PPAP, PSW, PCB, "Functional Safety", "ISO 26262"