Design focus on automotive electronics gateway and body controller products.
Group is responsible for advanced development activities for communication modules that enable autonomous driving/advanced driver assistance systems.
Currently working on next generation connectivity modules including OTA update abilities.
Development projects include multi-core/high-speed hardware solutions and hardware based cyber security solutions, as well as audio video bridging (AVB).
Support electrical hardware engineers in completing tasks across product portfolio of body computers, gateway communication controllers, and RF applications.
Collaborate with team members to understand task support needs.
Lead laboratory tests after initial training.
Conduct electrical hardware circuit analysis.
Create development reports.
Support off-site vehicle testing, as required.
Minimum 2 years complete working toward BSEE degree.
Prefer 3 years complete.
Prefer experience with laboratory equipment such as power supplies, function generators, oscilloscopes, and spectrum analyzers.
Prefer experience soldering.
Prefer experience working as a part of a collegiate team or club, such as FormulaSAE.
Must have minimum 3.0 GPA
Must be 18 years of age or older
Must attend Kettering University