Engineer Hardware Design - Radar Gen 6 (m/f/diverse)
For the Business Segment Driver Assistance & Autonomous Driving within Continental Engineering Services GmbH (CES) we are looking for new colleagues.
The working location can be either in Frankfurt or Southern Germany.
In order to realize challenging hardware requirements in our power supply modules for the highly integrated radar chips in the driver assistance systems, we are looking for a dedicated hardware designer. In your role as Radar Hardware Module Designer as member in an international team, you are responsible for the development of the hardware modules planned to apply in the next generation radar sensors.
Your main tasks are:
- Development and adaptation of power supply and analog modules for driver assistance products as well as emission-optimized design of this hardware in compliance with appropriate timing and level restrictions.
- Regular market screening regarding latest component technologies for radar products current and next generation.
- Selection of electrical components (tests, cooperation with manufacturers) and support during the implementation process according to Continental guidelines.
- Creation of component specifications for the selected suppliers.
- Simulation of the calculated and designed circuits with PSPICE, SABER or SIMPLORA.
- Hardware bring up of the self-developed hardware modules.
- Provision of test strategy and reports for the developed hardware according to the existing documentation structure.
- Coordination of all related hardware test activities in an international team
Art des Stellenangebotes:
- Dipl.-Ing. / Master's Degree in electrical engineering or equivalent courses
- Professional experience in development engineering for core development and series products
- Structured way of working
- Excellent Communication skills
- Knowledge about MS office
- Experiences in using CAD Tools (Zuken) as well as SAP
- Very good English skills (spoken and written)
Applications from severely handicapped people are welcome.
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