Electrical Systems Intern

Description

As an Electrical Systems Intern, you will be assisting battery electric vehicle engineering team, working on the Battle Motor’s next generation electric heavy duty truck platform. This position will contribute to development and validation of vehicle control systems, and integration of electrical systems, both low-voltage and high-voltage.  

Role and Responsibilities
  • Work closely with subject matter expert to create and implement Design Verification Methods, test cases and validation criteria to test coverage of component requirements of EV powertrain system
  • Drive design and calibration change focused on attributes such as efficiency, drivability, thermal, NVH, performance, and durability.
  • Support analysis and troubleshooting of vehicle harnesses throughout development processes
  • Develop toolchains and methods to automate testing and perform data analysis to improve efficiency 
  • Troubleshoot systems using vehicle interface tools (Vector, Kvaser, PEAK-System) and lab equipment such as oscilloscope, power supplies and multimeter 
  • Perform debugging and failure analysis of complex hardware and software interactions
  • Participate in environmental and track testing activities. 
  • Participates in data collection and analysis.
  • Design and build test benches to validate high voltage and low voltage system if necessary
  • Communicate with software, mechanical and electrical engineers to proactively identify problems and gaps in test.
  • Document results and track issues in concise reports as appropriate, present results to management personnel

    Qualifications and Education Requirements

    • BS or higher in Engineering
    • Knowledge of high-voltage and low-voltage electrical system, safety, EMI, EMC
    • Knowledge with Microsoft Office applications
    • Strong problem-solving, analytical, and presentation skills
    • Experience troubleshooting and validating electronic hardware system using lab equipment such as oscilloscope, power supplies and multimeter 

      Preferred Experience and Skills

      • Knowledge of automotive communication networks (such as CAN, LIN, Ethernet, Flexray)
      • Experience with vehicle interface software (CANalyzer, CANape, CANoe, PCAN etc..)
      • Good understanding of electric vehicle systems (powertrain, battery, thermal and electronics)
      • Good understanding of automotive harness and management
      • Experience with vehicle control development (MATLAB/Simulink)

      Additional Notes

      Employee may need to perform other duties as required to meet emerging needs of the company.

      Battle Motors is an equal opportunity employer. All aspects of employment including the decision to hire, promote, discipline, or discharge, will be based on merit, competence, performance, and business needs. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, marital status, age, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical??? condition, pregnancy, genetic information, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or ?expression, veteran status, or any other status protected under federal, state, or local law.

      Location:
      New Philadelphia, Ohio