• Full Time
  • Windsor


Description:The Instrument Panel Cluster Design and Release Engineer is responsible for the mechanical design, development and packaging of the Instrument Cluster. The engineer will work on industry leading components utilizing the latest display technology that directly impacts the customers user experience. The role involves an emphasis in software development and software validation testing. The engineer will have direct responsibility for the quality, performance and release activities of the Instrument Cluster. Responsibilities include but not limited to: Lead the design and development of the Instrument Panel Cluster project Work with cross functional teams to ensure packaging and component interface requirements are achieved Support in root cause activities during development and manufacturing Manage all release activities including change management and compliance Ensure program milestones are achieved Work with the supplier of the components on a daily basisRequirements:Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering or Mechanical Engineering(or equivalent) from an accredited universityStrong leadership skills (prepared to lead a supplier team)Ability to communicate complex issues to cross functional teams and managementExperience prioritizing multiple complex solutionsUnderstanding with Design Failure Mode & Effects Analysis (DFMEA) & Design Verification Plan & Report (DVP&R)High level of problem solving and analytical skillsExperienced in leading projects with very high software, hardware, and mechanical design complexitiesExperienced in working with Ethernet, LIN and CAN/CAN-FD protocolsProficient in using VECTOR CAN TOOLS & CANOE simulation to analyze CAN bus logsPreferred Requirements:Master of Science degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering from an accredited universityExperience managing suppliers and/or engineerElectronic ECU development and releasing experienceExperience in mechanical design and packagingUnderstanding of automotive electronic ECU development processesFamiliar with IP Cluster regulatory and compliance requirementsTravel and Driving Requirements:Valid driver’s license is required as well as a clean driving record. Will be required to drive a company car for testing when needed.Required to have the ability to travel domestically and internationally as needed.Additional Information / Must Have’s:Ability to perform root cause analysis, component validation and debugging of instrument cluster issues at component & vehicle level using vector CAN tools and CANoe simulationProficient in using VECTOR CAN TOOLS & CANOE simulation to analyze CAN bus logs. Experienced in working with Ethernet, LIN and CAN/CAN-FD protocolsHigh level of problem solving and analytical skillsExperienced in leading projects with high software, hardware, and mechanical design complexities2+ Years of experienceCandidate needs to support Vehicle assembly plant and ARDC facility almost regularly – In WindsorYes, candidate will be required to drive vehicles to root cause any Instrument cluster related issues reported on the assigned project.Amount of travel, of so where: Within North America region. (Primarily US & Canada regions). Mexico (On rare occasion for Vehicle assembly plant support)Job Type: Full-timePay: $38.00-$40.00 per hourAbility to Relocate:Windsor, ON: Relocate before starting work (required)Work Location: In person

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