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HVAC Controls/Electrical Design Engineer - Farmington Hills, Michigan

Nissan USA
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Highly motivated, team oriented, electrical design engineer needed to support vehicle development and continuous improvement activities in the area of automotive climate control.



JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:



In this position, you are responsible to operate relatively independently as the expert in the assigned area, specify Nissan requirements, resolve technical problems by coordinating cross functional department teams, plan and lead engineering Design Reviews toward the development and analysis of automotive HVAC systems.



Development of HVAC systems and components to meet established requirements

Active management of vehicle programs to achieve Quality, Cost and Delivery targets

Closely coordinate with suppliers to achieve Nissan test requirements

Conduct logical problem solving activities through root cause analysis and countermeasure proposal to effectively close concern issues

Provide program management to support department milestone activities

Identify current model quality and value up ideas as well as support adoption

Create and adopt continuous improvement activities for customer and company benefit

Develop logic specifications for climate controls

Coordinate closely with the climate control test department for the calibration of HVAC systems

Plan and lead Design Reviews for system diagrams, circuit design, circuit board layout, and communication (CAN, LIN) for electrical components within the climate system such as controls, blower motors, blower motor control modules, actuators, and sensors

Plan and lead Design Reviews for climate control software

Conduct validation of HVAC system level logic, communication, wiring, and performance



QUALIFICATIONS:



BSEE with minimum 5 years of relevant HVAC electrical system design and release experience

Demonstrated technical capability in automotive HVAC systems

High level written and verbal communication skills

Proficient in the use of CAD and Microsoft Windows based operating systems

Willingness to travel in the US and Internationally

Primary Skills: HVAC
Salary: Between -
Experience Required: Experienced, 5 years minimum
Clearance Level: none
Travel: 15 %

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