Development Engineer Component Responsibility LV Harness BMS (f/m/x), Stuttgart


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Development Engineer Component Responsibility LV Harness BMS (f/m/x), Stuttgart

Engineering, sciences, health
Offer archived at 14/03/2023


Mercedes-Benz Molsheim est une entreprise du groupe Daimler, spécialisée dans la transformation de véhicules industriels. 600 collaborateurs travaillent sur le site de Molsheim.


  • You will take responsibility for the components as a development engineer for the wiring harnesses within the BMS (Battery Management System). Among other things, the wiring harness connects the E/E components consisting of the BMC (Battery Management Controller) and the CSE (Cell Supervising Electronics) and the electronic components
  • Together with the harness supplier and our Indian colleagues at DTICI, you will develop the harness concepts, select the suitable connectors and coordinate these with all interfaces
  • You will create and maintain specifications in accordance with current internal requirements, laws and standards and coordinate these with the supplier
  • You will create and maintain schedules and manage the implementation of the sample statuses at the supplier (including milestones, DVP&R, etc.)
  • You represent the interface in the development process between the relevant stakeholders (BMS system responsibility, E/E component managers, packaging, etc.)
  • You document the development progress and release the components in the relevant systems
  • You report to the relevant committees


Ideally, you will qualify for this job with:

  • University degree in electrical engineering, automotive engineering, mechatronics or similar
  • Several years of professional experience in the series development of harnesses for LV electronic control units and HV batteries in the automotive industry
  • In-depth knowledge of assembly-friendly design (poka-yoke) and assembly processes
  • Very good coordination and communication skills in exchange with a wide range of interface partners
  • Structured, methodical thinking in order to coordinate the large number of interfaces and details
  • Ability to work in a team and cooperate in an international working environment
  • English and German proficiency
  • Experience with relevant documentation tools such as DOORS, Engineering Client, etc.


Offer archived at 14/03/2023

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