Karma Automotive

Supervisor, EE Manufacture Support

Job ID
2017-3052
Department
Electrical
FLSA Status
Exempt

Overview

Karma Automotive is passionate, responsible and uncompromising.

 

We make beautiful, ecologically sensitive products, and we will provide a memorable ownership experience for our customers.

 

Our work environment is casual, and our culture is results-oriented.

 

 

The Supervisor, EE Manufacture Support will lead a team to provide the EE engineering support for Moreno Valley Plant. Include develop the process, design & maintain testers, perform systems upgrade & troubleshooting, communicate with responsible engineers for resolutions and ensure product quality.

 

Responsibilities

  • Lead a team. The number one goal is to ensure the vehicle electrical systems trouble free at EOL.
  • Work with Karma manufacturer plant management to develop the issue prevention process, perform systems upgrade and troubleshooting, and ensure product quality.
  • Perform the issues troubleshooting in the assembling lines and at the EOL process.
  • Communicate with engineering DRE, SW QA, and diagnosis teams for the issue resolution and prevention. Develop the plant train process and train the manufacturer’s personnel for the EE systems requirements and ensure product quality.
  • Design and build the sub systems test features to ensure vehicle build quality and efficiency of operation.
  • Coordinate and share resources with EE Lab on project development for both manufacturing and vehicle developments.
  • Lead the effort on instrumentation, special project, and equipment ordering systems.
  • Manage the tools and its ordering.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree (or an equivalent degree) in Electrical / Computer / Mechanical / Industrial / Systems Engineering, or a related field of study.
  • Minimum Two years automotive and manufacturing experience.
  • Knowledgeable on EV, HEV, PHEV with strong ability for troubleshooting.
  • Experience and knowledge with the following:
  • Basic electrical engineering disciplines such as circuit diagrams, schematics, etc.
    • Microprocessor, automotive ECU, electrical / electronic hardware, embedded software
    • Automotive communication protocols (e.g., CAN)
    • Automotive vehicle mechanical and electrical system architectures (e.g., distributed control systems). Know how to use the vehicle electrical logical diagram.
    • Systems engineering principles, hardware and software design concepts
    • Automotive electrical system architectures and control systems.
    • Automotive development process (requirements, design, implementation, and validation)
    • Excellent Oral and written communication skills.

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