Automotive systems electrical engineer working on integration, requirements making and verification of electrical chassis systems. Chassis electrical systems include steering, braking, and suspension systems that include a processor unit and various sensors to control the handling and stability of the vehicle. The responsibilities include defining the system requirements for the target application model, working with system supplier to integrate the system into the car by facilitating the interface to other components and systems and performing vehicle level verification of the system to ready it for mass production.
Good hands on mechanical ability and analytical skills are required in order to prepare vehicles for testing, troubleshoot system issues, and propose and solve solutions to those issues.
Some travel domestic and internationally should be expected to visit various proving grounds, visit suppliers’ engineering offices and production locations and support Honda factories during pre-production launch timings.
C Driver Training
Work with live electrical components greater than 50V
Physical activity requirements include sitting, standing, walking, reaching, kneeling, crouching, bending, stooping, lifting/carrying, and pushing/pulling equipment.
Working conditions include exposures to flammable gases and extreme temperatures.
Must be able to drive car.