We are pioneers, inventors, and true innovators. The Garrett name has been synonymous with advancing motion by revolutionizing the engine through turbocharger development. Now, as an independent company, Garrett – Advancing Motion (GTX) continues that reputation of being ahead of the technological curve and will vigorously pursue opportunities to provide electric boosting and automotive software solutions. We are a cutting-edge technology provider that enables vehicles to become safer, more connected, efficient and environmentally friendly. We lead the development of innovative and differentiated solutions which empower the transportation industry to redefine and further advance motion.
Garrett enjoys longstanding collaborative relationships with leading global automakers and has a proven track record of operational excellence. It currently serves approximately 40 global automakers with 13 well-positioned manufacturing plants and five research and development centers to meet worldwide demand. In addition to its original equipment manufacturer (OEM) customers, Garrett also provides replacement parts to the global independent aftermarket meeting a range of end-customer needs. Garrett is a legendary turbo brand within the performance and enthusiast community. Its aftermarket performance portfolio serves OEM factory teams competing at the highest levels of international competition as well as private grassroots racers and tuners seeking improved engine performance.
The Electrical Product Engineer will be tasked with supporting the development of power electronic and motor control hardware that push the state of the art in efficiency and thermal design.
Areas of your responsibility will include circuit design and simulation, PCB layout, thermal analysis, as well as some 3D CAD modeling. You will work closely with our Motor Design experts and Systems Development team to drive new product development from concept design through test & validation.
The successful candidate must be able work efficiently within the development team as well as on independent tasks.
Typical days involve working with the Electrical Hardware engineer to develop and test motors and controllers.
Within the product team, you will define and analyze electrical circuits, mechanical interfaces and thermal requirements.
You will collaborate with designers, manufacturing engineers, suppliers and engineering services in support of component development.
You will then work with launch engineers for validation testing as you follow the product to its production launch.
Proficient in analog circuit design, analysis, and test, primarily for LV microcontroller based motor control applications. Compentent is PCB layout (typically to manage layout resource)
•Create and maintain component drawings and specifications
•Use of analytical and expermiental tools to develop and validate electric circuitry
•Coordination between product development team (system engineer, motor design, and software engineer)
•Specify, coordinate and execute/oversee performance validation and qualification tests