High Voltage System Core EMC Engineer

Ford Motor Company
March 01, 2024
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Job Description

We are the movers of the world and the makers of the future. We get up every day, roll up our sleeves and build a better world -- together. At Ford, we're all a part of something bigger than ourselves. Are you ready to change the way the world moves?

Ford's Model E team is charged with delivering the company's vision of a fully electric transportation future. Model e is customer-obsessed, entrepreneurial, and data-driven and is dedicated to delivering industry-leading customer experience for electric vehicle buyers and owners. You'll join an agile team of doers pioneering our EV future by working collaboratively, staying focused on only what matters, and delivering excellence day in and day out. Join us to make positive change by helping build a better world where every person is free to move and pursue their dreams.

In this position

The Electrified Systems Engineering (ESE) organization is responsible for delivering the best fuel economy and refined Hybrid, Plug-in Hybrid and Battery Electric vehicles in every segment in which we contend. We strive to consistently provide the best customer vehicle value and profitability while delivering performance, durability, and fuel economy/range objectives. Take advantage of this opportunity to work in one of the most dynamic and growing organizations in Ford and to further Ford's "Power of Choice" initiative. As an EMC engineer in the HV systems team, you will work closely with upcoming EV components and systems for next generation of EVs in addition to the latest electric vehicle prototypes during EMC test/countermeasure investigations.

Responsibilities

What you'll do

  • Work with high voltage component design teams to develop EMC robust products including power conversion electronics (e.g. chargers, DC/DC converters), HV batteries and traction motor inverters.
  • Perform product design reviews to assure EMC best practices (PCB layout, power signal integrity, filtering etc.) are incorporated into the product design. Use analytical and numerical tools to support these actions.
  • Conduct and leverage benchmark data of the competitor product designs to assure that robust and cost-effective design practices are always being implemented.
  • Develop EMC product test plans to assure the design fully meets corporate and regulatory requirements.
  • Diagnose root cause of EMC compliance issues at component and vehicle level and work with component and vehicle teams to develop mitigation actions.
  • Research industry and university advancements in product EMC design and simulation. Collaborate with Ford research teams on advanced numerical analysis and EMC modeling techniques.
  • Generate EMC/EMI analysis, design, and mitigation reports.
  • Create requirements, design guides and test methods for various aspects of the HV system EMC.
  • Interface with internal and external test houses/vendors for EMC test planning and execution.
  • Qualifications

    You'll have

  • Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering, Electromechanical Engineering or related fields.
  • 2+ years in automotive system design, or related field, and demonstrated experience in component designs for EMC.
  • 2+ experience with simulation tools such as MATLAB / Simulink.
  • Even better, you may have

  • Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering, Electromechanical Engineering or related field.
  • 5+ years in automotive systems design with demonstrated experience in product design for EMC.
  • 3+ years in designing for HV power semiconductors
  • 5+ experience with simulation tools such as Matlab/Simulink.
  • Demonstrated proficiency with one or more numerical simulation tools including, FEKO, CST, EMCoS and ANSYS HFSS.
  • Working knowledge of system validation, system interactions and integration processes for highly complex product developments.
  • Experience with technical writing for design documentation, reports and standards.
  • Experience with vehicle CAN, SENT and LIN communication interfaces.
  • Experience working with HV Batteries and Battery control systems.
  • Familiarity with EMC filtering, grounding and shielding practices.
  • Proficiency with basic EE tools (Oscilloscopes, Network analyzers, Signal Generators etc.).
  • Familiar with automotive, industrial and residential standards (ISO, IEC, CISPR). Awareness of automotive regulatory standards including ECE Regulation 10 and Canada ICES-002.
  • Familiar with PCB layout for minimizing stray inductance/capacitance, power/signal plane partitioning and component placement all to optimize EMC design.
  • Familiar high voltage power semiconductors (Si/SiC/GaN MOSFET's, Diodes) and associated parasitic effects on their EMI characteristics.
  • Familiar with theory and application of magnetics (inductors, transformers) and capacitors (Electrolytic, film and Ceramic) used for power conversion.
  • You may not check every box, or your experience may look a little different from what we've outlined, but if you think you can bring value to Ford Motor Company, we encourage you to apply!

    As an established global company, we offer the benefit of choice. You can choose what your Ford future will look like: will your story span the globe, or keep you close to home? Will your career be a deep dive into what you love, or a series of new teams and new skills? Will you be a leader, a changemaker, a technical expert, a culture builderor all of the above? No matter what you choose, we offer a work life that works for you, including:

    • Immediate medical, dental, and prescription drug coverage

    • Flexible family care, parental leave, new parent ramp-up programs, subsidized back-up child care and more

    • Vehicle discount program for employees and family members, and management leases

    • Tuition assistance

    • Established and active employee resource groups

    • Paid time off for individual and team community service

    • A generous schedule of paid holidays, including the week between Christmas and New Year's Day

    • Paid time off and the option to purchase additional vacation time.

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