FCA Canada Inc.
The Battery Systems Engineer will be responsible for the development of technical requirements, synthesis and analysis of them by and with suppliers, and overall verification during the complete design cycle in battery packs for xEV programs. Responsibilities of the Battery Systems Engineer include: Develop, document the engineering requirements for automotive traction battery systems Lead other engineers and teams to balance requirements Analyze critical battery performance during the entire product lifecycle including: power and energy performance, battery life, safety performance Develop and use analytical tools for verifying battery system performance Help develop tests as needed for verifying battery system performance and execute product design improvements Lead the data analysis activities and interpretation related to battery field performance to guide requirements development and product improvements Provide technical expertise in investigation of system issues and support root cause analysis and mitigation and corrective action plans 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. Basic Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Applied Physics, Electrical, Aerospace, Industrial, Systems, or Computer Engineering, or related Engineering degree Minimum FIVE (5) years in product engineering design and development in automotive industry with THREE (3) years working experience in xEV technology applications and areas such as development of battery storage systems, high voltage architecture development, and/or electric powertrain components such as electric traction motors & power electronics Experience in performance modeling with Matlab/Simulink, COMSOL, GT-Suite and ANSYS Demonstrated excellent level of analytical ability, communication and interpersonal skills required to build relationships and coach team members, and work with customers to solve problems and resolve issues Legally eligible to work in Canada Preferred Qualifications: Master’s degree in Engineering; other graduate level technical degrees in the specific area of relevant specialty expertise may be considered Thorough knowledge of electrification technology functionality and features on the system level High Voltage training and advance battery design/development experience is desirable Understanding of thermal system performance modeling as it pertains to energy storage components Experience using a disciplined system development process based on ASPICE or CMMI model Experience with DOORs, Canalyzer and Canape Knowledge of battery test methods and procedures Strong proactive and reactive engineering problem solving skills (including DFSS, Kepner Tregoe, 8D, 5Why, etc.) Stellantis