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one of the world’s leading automotive suppliers.

ADAS Hardware Test Engineer

Location: 

Shanghai, SH, CN, 201814

Req ID 33047, Jiading, TRWAutoR&D Shanghai

  

We are currently expanding our ADAS R&D teams in China and looking for new colleagues who will join our team at our location Jiading, Shanghai.

​Your Task:

  • Utilize engineering disciplines including Six Sigma, DFMEA, DFM/DFA to develop robust design solutions.
  • Generate concise and effective analyses, reports and presentations for both internal and customers focused discussions and reviews.
  • Participate in customer/supplier reviews and discussions.
  • Analysis of sensor/ECU and system performance.
  • Develop system/component test specifications/plans and processes, including DV/PV.
  • Lead/support the design and development of hardware schematics, BOMs & layouts.
  • Lead/support the documentations of WCCA, HSIS/ICD, FuSa and other requested specifications.
  • Lead/support supplier discussions and prototypes build.
  • Develop test instrumentation and/or support hardware.
  • Generate project timelines and execute plan to established milestones.

Your Profile:

  • Bachelor Degree in Electronic Engineering or related field required.
  • 3+ years of Automotive electronic engineering and design experience.

Be part of our ZF team as ADAS Hardware Test Engineerand apply now!

Contact

gloria.ye@zf.com

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