Job Title: Engineering Electrical Systems Engineer
Reports to: Director of Electrical Engineering
Department: Electrical Engineering
Classification: Exempt

Summary of Position:
The Electrical Engineer will work within a team of electrical engineers to design cutting edge electric motorcycles and all the systems that make these vehicles perform safely, predictably, and excitingly. This individual will play a key role in helping to define the motorcycles systems, user interfaces, safety interlocks, and performance characteristics.

Key Responsibilities:
? Define high level system architecture for systems on the motorcycle such as battery monitoring system, all sensor inputs, motor controller and high current busses, and gauges/rider interface.
? Work with component vendors to qualify parts to meet the needs of the system architecture.
? Conduct peer reviews of designs, features, and marketing/engineering specifications.
? Perform circuit design, schematic entry, and oversee board layout for system circuit boards.
? Write embedded firmware for bike systems as well as functional test systems.
? Assist with building a test infrastructure to get full test coverage of all features.
? Assist with building file revision control repository.

Required Education/Experience:
? BS/MS in Electrical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, or Materials Science.
? 5 Years of professional engineering experience in related field.
? Extensive experience with embedded systems hardware and software.
? Extensive experience with analog and digital circuit design, power electronics is a plus.
? Automotive power train systems or EV systems experience preferred.

Skills and Attributes
? Ability to evaluate technologies and their fit to design specifications.
? Problem solving and process oriented design test and document is essential.
? Excellent communication skills.
? Organized, superior attention to detail.
? Diligent, reliable and tenacious.

Other Requirements (if applicable)
Occasional domestic and international travel may be required.


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