FCA Canada Inc.
The Electromagnetic Design of eMotors is responsible for the E-Motors’ Electromagnetic Design, Manufacturing, and Assembly for automotive electrification applications. This role includes the development of the Electromagnetic design and specification of different E-Motors for all types of Electrified Propulsions (LV/HV for MHEVs, PHEVs, and BEVs). Also, this role will provide technical assistance to other E-Motor Design Aspects. The Electromagnetic Design of eMotors will coordinate prototype build and dyno test activities. He/she will stay abreast of new E-Motors technology including Benchmarking and Lead the Electromagnetic Design activities and its subcomponents development. The Electromagnetic Design of eMotors will participate in E-Motors technical roadmap and develop different Electromagnetic concepts of E-Motors Systems to meet vehicle requirements. 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: Master of Science degree in Electrical or equivalent Engineering from an ABET accredited university Minimum FIVE (5) years of Electromagnetic Design and Assembly for traction E-Motors Experience in Designing, Manufacturing and Assembly of different Electromagnetic design topologies for traction E-Motors (e.g., Indication Machines, Surface Permanent Magnet, Interior Permanent Magnet, PM Assist, etc.) Experience with Electromagnetic Principles and Analysis (Finite Element Analysis, Simulation, and Modeling) Experience of E-Motors’ Mechanical, Thermal, and NVH Analysis and Testing Experience in E-Motors Design for Manufacturing and E-Motors Design for Assembly (DFMEA, PFEMA, DRBTR, DRBFM, etc.) Experience in E-Motors prototyping and production Materials knowledge in E-Motors subcomponents Knowledge of E-Motor design principles, operation, testing, and reliability Knowledge of E-Motor subcomponents design and development such as magnet wires, insulation papers, steel lamination, magnets, shaft, bearing, etc. Knowledge of different E-Motor technologies, IPM, IM, Axial flux, SRM Knowledge of different E-Motor Cooling technologies; Water, Oil, or Hybrid Knowledgeable in regards to GD&T As appropriate, owns the test-to-learn process, data collection, and analysis of E-Motors’ Performance, Losses, and Efficiency results. Excellent communication skills and demonstrated ability to work both independently and with others Legally eligible to work in Canada Preferred Qualifications: D. degree in Electrical or Equivalent Engineering from an ABET accredited university Familiarity with automotive product development processes and project management Excellent problem solving techniques and analytical ability Excellent leadership skills Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) Knowledgeable in use of Team Center with experience in NX in a production release environment Stellantis