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Intern - Hardware, Summer 2019 in Troy, MI at Continental

Date Posted: 11/10/2018

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type:
    Full-Time
  • Location:
    Troy, MI
  • Job Type:
  • Experience:
    Not Specified
  • Date Posted:
    11/10/2018

Job Description

Responsibilities:
• Assist Electrical Engineers with the design and development of embedded system electronic hardware for various in­vehicle automotive body controller products (Passive Entry Systems, Smart Access Systems, Seat & Door Control Systems, Body Controllers, Gateway Modules, Lighting controls, etc.).
• Apply technical and design engineering methods to analog and digital circuits for the design of new products or modification of existing products.
Interface with team members, suppliers, support groups and customers.
• Work with manufacturing to support prototype sample builds and test.
• Support product environmental and EMC testing, writing reports and solving problems related to the design.
• Perform failure analysis on customer returns and other failed modules.
Support module or vehicle level testing.
• Support prototype component assembly and debugging.
• Generate or update electronic schematics.
• Perform or assist with circuit analysis (worst case, PSPICE).
Prepare or assist with the preparation of DFMEA documentation.
• Generate specifications and engineering change notices.
• Programming or flashing of electronic modules with software changes or updates.
Testing, labeling and shipping of prototypes.

Required Qualifications:
• Must be enrolled in a US accredited degree program, Bachelors of Science in Engineering (Electrical preferred) curriculum
• Must maintain a minimum GPA of a 2.8
• Good written and oral communication skills ­ must be able to clearly and concisely communicate technical information.
• Good interpersonal and organizational skills ­ must work well on a team
• Self­motivated and curious.
• Basic MS Office (Word, Excel, etc.) skills.

Preferred Qualifications:
• Minimum sophomore level preferred.
• Experience with electronic test equipment such as oscilloscopes, multi­meters, function generators, etc preferred.
• Some soldering experience is a plus.
• MathCAD, PSPICE, LabView, schematic capture & PCB layout.
• Some programming experience (C++, Python, Java, Matlab, LabView, etc.).