Electronics Design Engineer-Senior

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Electronics Design Engineer-Senior
Date Created: 03-25-14 (09:27 PM)
Location: Farmington Hills, MI
Openings: 1
Product Overview:
Advanced camera solutions provide safety systems such as Forward Collision Warning (FCW), Following Distance Indication (FDI), Lane Keeping assistance (LKAS) and Lane Departure Warning (LDW). These functions are realized with a forward-looking monocular camera mounted at the windshield in the region of the rear-view mirror. This position is responsible for the software development of Camera systems for commercial vehicles within the DAS Business Unit.
Provides Electronic design
Ensures that Electronic Design meets electronic requirements.
Ensures that design guidelines are fulfilled
Ensures that design will be reviewed
Performs Impact Analysis on Engineering Change
Update design according to Engineering Change
Releases Design Change
Analyses Validation Test Results and Characterization test results
Interface with cross functional groups (Hardware, Software, Mechanical, Optics, Manufacturing)
5+ years of combined engineering and management experience.
Demonstrable experience in working in, and leading team efforts.
Strong written, verbal, and presentation skills.
Ability to read, analyze, and interpret complex documents such as customer requirements and international specifications.
Knowledge of Design tools and methods for High speed HDI designs
Knowledge of review methods
Design Knowledge for High speed digital & analog (Power supply, DSP, DDR ) electronic components and circuitry
Capability to ensure design compliance to customer specifications
Capability to select appropriate materials and components
Capability to perform and interpret stack-up analysis and worst-case analysis
Capability to use lab tools, equipment, and techniques to verify proper functioning of circuit design
Knowledge of ASIC Analogue/Digital design and HDI PCB layout
Knowledge of simulation (hyperlynx) and measurement techniques for DDR

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