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Sensor Engineer


Guangzhou, GD, CN, 511455

Req ID 20882 Guangzhou, China


This position is responsible for Electric Power Steering (EPS) system requirement and architecture development: Analyze customer requirements and break-down to system requirements, develop system architecture using Model Based Design (Rhapsody), manage requirement in Rational DOORS including the generation of traceability metrics, prepare Technical Safety Concept (TSC) and support DFMEA, coordinate with all X-functional teams (i.e. project management team, sub-system teams, testing teams, safety team, et al.)

  • Analyze customer requirements on EPS system and break down to system/sub-system functional/non-functional requirement documents for subsystem/component teams
  • Establish bi-directional traceability of requirements and prepare traceability metric report
  • Develop system architecture design and allocate system requirements to elements of system architecture design
  • Prepare Technical Safety Concept (TSC) document to fulfil Functional Safety Concept as well as safety goals
  • Lead or support system-level analysis activities as required – DFMEA, DRBFM, PFMEA, etc.
  • Co-ordinate with X-functional teams (i.e. project management team, sub-system teams, testing teams, safety team, et al.)


Be part of our ZF team as Sensor Engineer and apply now!


Ying Li

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