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Having been in business for only three years, Segula Technologies Canada already has a team of nearly 50 people and is growing rapidly.
SEGULA TECHNOLOGIES is assisting a major automotive OEM in hiring an Active Chassis and Actuation - Subject Matter Expert to join our growing team in Windsor, ON.
This position requires frequent travel to the USA; candidates must hold Canadian citizenship or have the ability to work in the USA.
As the SME in Active Chassis and Actuation, you will collaborate with various cross-functional teams and external stakeholders to develop and optimize Electronic Stability Control (ESC), Electronic Braking Actuation Module, Wheel Speed Sensors, and Clutch/Brake pedal sensor/switch components.
Your responsibilities will include:
Collaborating with Electronic Component Groups, Suppliers, Purchasing, Quality, and Assembly Plants to achieve functional, cost, and weight targets.
Updating specifications and requirements in accordance with best practices.
Developing strategies for the future roadmap of Active Chassis Components in coordination with interfacing groups.
Mentoring Design Release Engineers (DRE) to ensure consistent product knowledge and development practices.
Coordinating with Global Subject Matter Experts to identify component commonalities, cost reduction opportunities, and warranty improvements.
Supporting activities such as AQP, PSO, product launch, and problem resolution during vehicle launch phases.
Bachelor's degree in Electrical, Computer, Mechanical, Automotive, Systems Engineering, or a related field.
In-depth knowledge of Electronic Stability Control systems.
Calibration and diagnostic experience using typical automotive controls system development environments.
Intermediate knowledge of automotive communication protocols (CAN networks, Electrical/EMC requirements, Environmental requirements, FMEA, functional safety analysis - ISO 26262 norm, etc.).
Intermediate knowledge of automotive vehicle mechanical and electrical system architectures (e.g., distributed control systems).
Understanding of systems engineering principles, hardware and software design concepts.
Familiarity with testing and validation tools.
Proven track record of interpreting design requirements and transitioning to production.
Experience and proficiency in change management processes.
Excellent oral and written communication skills in English.
Preferred qualifications include a strong team-oriented mindset, self-motivation, proactive self-starter, program management skills, and goal/target-oriented discipline.
If you are passionate about closures design and meet the qualifications listed above, we invite you to apply for this influential role.
Reminder: This position requires frequent travel to the USA; candidates must hold Canadian citizenship or have the ability to work in the USA.