System Engineer Controls (Troy, MI or other unanticipated locations throughout U.S.). Developing new features at the systems engineering level from early feature development to production and providing feature upgrade and migration plans. Developing high level network, wiring and power distribution topologies, schematics, and block diagrams. Creating a Systems Engineering approach to new feature design to meet customer needs. Allocating features and functions across electronic modules and subsystems to meet cost, quality, and feature performance targets. Developing feature specifications, feature Failure Mode Avoidance documentation, feature verification plan, etc. Reviewing existing system designs to find new opportunities for cost or quality improvement. Interacting with program teams, core engineers and functional areas to create balanced solutions to competing requirements. Developing relationships with the supply base to learn about the latest technologies and possible implementations. Analyzing complex cross-functional systems and implement innovative solutions. Conducting trade-off discussions with cross-functional teams. Communicating complex systems, issues and resolutions in a clear and concise manner. Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering and 12 mo. experience as a Systems Engineer II or any related occupation in systems engineering. Must have one year of experience in defining requirements and performance measures for in-vehicle features, creating FMA, functional safety (ISO 26262), cyber-security relevance (SAE 21434) and test documentation. 40 hrs/wk. 8:00 am – 5:00 pm.