• Full Time
  • Windsor

FCA Canada Inc.

The Power Electronic Component Development & Validation Engineer will be responsible for the development and validation of electric vehicle power electronics and electrified vehicle systems/devices for passenger cars and trucks. The Power Electronic Component Development & Validation Engineer will develop power electronic devices DVP & R; manage and ensure all required development/validation testing complete on time per program milestone; ensure achievement of all functional objectives and assure compliance to program goals; and report development validation issues and status to management in various forums. Additionally, this position will be responsible for the activities related to Power Electronics components, high voltage power inverters, motor generator units, designs for Electrified Vehicle applications, including the creation and maintenance of documentation outlining best practices supporting Stellantis internal continuous improvement initiatives and the development of product technology roadmaps. FCA Canada Inc. is committed to providing accommodation for people with accessibility needs due to disabilities in all aspects of the hiring process. If you request an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your accessibility needs due to disability. All FCA Canada Inc. employees are required to be fully vaccinated as a condition of employment in accordance with the FCA Canada Inc. Covid-19 Vaccination Policy. Basic Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering Minimum FIVE (5) years of the automotive experience focusing on inverter design and testing Demonstrable understanding of power electronics and devices Understanding of electrical engineering protocols and standards Working technical knowledge in applications engineering and product design/development (specifically within an automotive context) Working level knowledge of DVP&R and DFMEA Good analytical and problem solving skills Highly motivated and self-starter Demonstrated ability to work in a team environment Working level knowledge of Power Electronics analysis and simulations tools Ability to interface professionally with key customers, cross-functional teams and all levels of personnel/management Strong verbal and written communication skills Able to manage multiple responsibilities, one's own time while being mindful of deadlines Must be task oriented, detail oriented, and accurate with work Legally eligible to work in Canada Preferred Qualifications: Master of Science in Electrical Engineering or 5 years of experience in high voltage/high power/electric vehicle environments Power electronics/electrical models and simulation experience Power electronics specifications expertise in Electric motor and powertrain controls experience Printed Circuit Board (PCB) design and fabrication experience Semi-conductor manufacturing knowledge Stellantis

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