Electrical Engineer

Company Name:
TTi Global
Electrical Engineer
The Electrical Engineer is responsible for the development and release of electromechanical component - Steering Column Control Module (SCCM) - a module comprised of Wiper Switch, Turn Signal Switch, Clock spring and Steering Angle Sensor (SAS).
Management of supplier, module release activity (writing specifications, issuing engineering change notices, reviewing/approving FMEAs, DVP&Rs and PPAP)
Vehicle integration/testing, vehicle build support, issue trouble-shooting/resolution and quality improvements
Bachelor's Degree - BSEE (BSME acceptable) from an ABET accredited university
Minimum 1 year design and release experience of automotive components
Fluency in English with strong written and verbal communication skills
Ability to effectively operate both independently and as part of a team
Ability to use Microsoft Office Suite
Logical thinker who can sort through complex problems in pursuit of a resolution
DESIRED Competencies:
Prior experience in development/release of electro-mechanical components
Basic knowledge of CAN/LIN Bus communication protocols and associated tools
The mission of TTi Global is to be the spark that ignites change for our clients?in the way they think and operate through our Learning & Training Services, in the way they view their challenges with our industry leading Research capabilities, in connecting them with the most talented and valuable employee?s through our custom Recruiting & Staffing Solutions, and in bringing clarity, confidence, and results they can rely on through our Consulting expertise.
Although we have grown considerably over the years with a global footprint, we?re still a family-owned company that remembers our humble beginnings. That?s why, to this day, we continue to share those values with our employees and clients.
Our ability to perpetually adapt and evolve, while valuing trusted relationships with our clients and staff, has served us well and led to our growing international reputation and global footprint.

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