This is a great opportunity for a Systems Engineer to join our ever growing (fabulous) electrical team in the UK!
The Systems Engineer will be:
Responsible for the integration of Exterior electrical systems from concept to production
Lead the technical discussions with suppliers, internal cross-functional teams, and partner OEM
Support and management of our partner OEM and Tier 1 suppliers for donor technology, new/modified designs, system calibration, validation and certification
Cross-function leadership and overall system integrator role between Electrical, Body, Exteriors, Interiors, Chassis Function Groups including Manufacturing and Service departments
Ensure parts are correctly packaged into the vehicle in conjunction with Vehicle Integration and CAD Design team
Lead and co-ordinate system reviews, calibration, and verification & validation activities throughout the development lifecycle
Release responsible for exterior electronics components on the BOM. Ensure that parts are correctly structured on the BOM and strive to achieve cost and weight targets and delivery timing to support vehicle build phases
Issue management support, from problem identification through to introduction of final countermeasure using company issue management system
Supplier management and co-ordination including support for Procurement, Logistics and Quality throughout the project lifecycle
Provision of information, support, and training to Manufacturing and Service departments
Preparation of reports and feedback to the technical and project management teams
Demonstrable experience (5+ years) of Automotive electronics at a systems or vehicle level
Should have experience of the full product lifecycle, from concept through to vehicle launch
Experience of Automotive product development systems (VPDS, FPDS, GPDS, NPDS)
Experience of engineering and business release processes within the automotive sector
Experience of system/component delivery within an APQP, six sigma or similar framework (FMEA, quality planning, PPAP)
Practical experience of vehicle electrical architectures based upon Ethernet, CAN, LIN and Flexray
Practical experience of diagnostic software tools and Measurement and Calibration tools
Practical experience of using PLM systems (Teamcenter) and CAD packages (CATIA) or visualisation applications
Experience of delivering electrical systems in accordance with EMC requirements
Understanding of Functional Safety and safety analysis techniques (HARA, FMEA, FTA)
Understanding of Cyber Security requirements and principles
Excellent communication and co-ordination skills - at ease coordinating a team of engineers and suppliers
Flexible, enthusiastic, and methodical individual who is self-motivated, able to work well under own initiative and remain focused under pressure
Electrical, Electronic Systems, Electro-mechanical, Automotive, or similar honours engineering degree. Other recognized engineering qualifications combined with relevant significant experience may be considered
Polestar - the guiding star.
We are an electric performance brand, determined to improve the society we live in. Our focus is on uncompromised design and technology. Passion and emotion drive us, electricity and innovation drive our cars. Our products are excellent, efficient and entertaining. In Polestar’s future, there is no room for shortcuts, excuses or compromises. We are all in, dedicated on our ambition. Guiding our industry forward through pure, progressive, performance.
At Polestar, the sky is the limit.
Is this you? If you are interested in joining the Polestar family, don't wait with submitting your application. We apply a continuous selection process and the job post will be open until the position is filled.
Are you ready for the journey? Which is electric by the way...