Hardware Design Engineer

Company Name:
Meda Engineering and Technical Services
Bachelor's degree in Electrical
5 years of experience designing instrument panel cluster hardware or similar electrical components

Comprehensive knowledge of electrical engineering principles
Work requires the ability to design electrical hardware and printed circuit boards
Work requires the ability to create EMC/Electrical designs/32 BIT based MCU systems
Work requires knowledge of analog/digital circuitry and printed circuit board assembly process
Work requires the ability to use hardware schematic capture software (such as Zuken)
Work requires the ability to us testing tools such as oscilloscopes, programmable power supply, digital multimeter, and ARB waveform FCN generator to test hardware functionality
Work requires knowledge of tolerance and worst case analysis methodologies
Work requires interpersonal skills necessary to work effectively with customers and multi-cultural teams
Work requires the ability to manage multiple projects and deadlines

Interprets, recommends and implements customer requirements and specifications for circuit design and development of instrument cluster hardware
Conducts design trade-off analysis, and capability studies
Conducts a thorough study of vehicle side interface and circuits
Interfaces with customer and internal engineering teams (mechanical and system/software) to define hardware requirements and specifications
Examines design feasibility by performing worst case circuit analysis
Prepares and presents technical reports, design proposals, functional specifications, and project timelines to customers and management
Maintains internal and customer related open issues list during development phase
Generates diagrams and schematics using circuit design software tools
Designs 32 BIT microcontroller unit (MCU) based circuits/systems
Designs 32/64 BIT graphic processing unit (GPU) based systems
Develops system design sheet based on customer specifications and internal design procedures
Documents hardware related timing for power up/down sequence
Creates artwork design rules and guidelines to be used by artwork engineers
Partners with mechanical design engineers to create component layout and design rules
Prepares, presents and obtains customer approval of component and sub-system level DFMEA documents
Designs and builds test switch boxes, harnesses, and breadboards
Analyzes customer validation documents, develops test plans for electrical and EMC testing, supports DVP & R document creation, and coordinates validation schedule with appropriate parties
Conducts vehicle level electrical functional test, and reports findings to hardware management and customer
Provides status updates on project activities and progress to hardware supervisor/ manager
Conducts component and process cost reduction studies
Analyzes warranty return issues and implement necessary design changes
Supports electrical portion of RFQ activities for obtaining new business
Performs other duties as assigned

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