Hyundai America Technical Center, Inc. (HATCI) is currently looking for an Engineer Charging Development - PES at our Superior Township, Michigan facility.
Electrified Propulsion System Development (ePSD) is one of the engineering departments in the Electrified Propulsion Development (ePD) division (previously Powertrain) of HATCI. ePSD focuses on the test and development of EV range/charging performances as well as electrified propulsion components and systems for Hyundai, KIA, and Genesis products.
Power Electronics Systems (PES) is an engineering group within ePSD, which was recently established to undertake projects related to electrified propulsion system component test and development. PES's core roles are evaluation and development of e-Motor, Power Electronics, and Charging systems for North American market. This position reports to the Engineering Manager of PES.
Support the growth of the engineering group's capabilities for production vehicle and new technology development.
Understand the department's business model, strategic direction, purpose, and mission and perform necessary tasks.
Support the execution of the engineering group's goals and objectives through to successful completion.
Support inter-team collaborations and knowledge sharing through transparent communications.
Create and deliver engineering reports and presentations on short term and long-term work activities.
Provide deep dive technical support for electrified propulsion system related concerns for both pre-production and post-production issues.
Travel both domestically and internationally (up to 15%)
Perform engineering activities related to:
Development of EV AC/DC charging solutions in accordance with relevant DIN, ISO, and SAE standards to ensure functionality, safety and interoperability.
Ensuring the integration of advanced features such as smart charging, vehicle to grid (V2G) communication and cybersecurity measures are in alignment with relevant standards
Developing and executing testing protocols to verify that charging equipment and systems meet DIN, ISO, and SAE performance standards.
Executing EV charging interoperability and performing testing using grid simulator and battery discharge equipment
Executing EV charging interoperability in public infrastructure
Executing EV V2L/V2H, charge scheduling and battery condition testing
Analyzing and interpreting test results, providing insights for design improvements and optimizations
Leading efforts to ensure that all EV charging policies adhere to DIN, ISO, and SAE regulations, codes and safety practices
Staying updated with changes to DIN, ISO, and SAE standards and leading effort to incorporate into charging infrastructure design
Collaborating closely with cross functional teams including software and hardware to develop and test charging systems
Identifying opportunities for innovation in EV charging technology
Introducing selected charging technologies to current or next gen products through active communications with production programs in Korea R & D headquarters
Researching activities with external partners including national labs, universities, and suppliers
Investigating of industry trends through benchmarking competitors' systems and setting performance targets
What we offer
Zero-dollar employee premiums on Medical, Dental, and Vision for you and your family
100% employer-paid Disability and Life insurance
Generous paid Time Off including Vacation, Sick Leaves and abundant holidays.
A Global Environment that fosters diversity
Competitive Salaries (Commensurate with Experience)
Retirement savings and planning benefits
Flexible work hours, and hybrid work schedule options
Access to Health Savings Accounts and Flexible Spending Accounts
Experience and Skills
Proven track record of delivering complex engineering projects related to testing and simulation of xEVs and their charging systems.
Deep practical knowledge in xEV charging system components, principles, operation, and vehicle electrification technology.
Knowledge in xEV charging system component test procedures.
Excellent communication skills and has to develop/keep good relationship with tech experts from Korea R & D Center and counterpart teams.
Good verbal and written interpersonal skills.
Bachelor's degree in electrical engineering or another related field
5+ years of relevant experience
Experience working on electrified vehicle projects including HEV, PHEV, BEV
Understanding and experience in electrical measurements for energy consumption
Experience teaching and mentoring mid and entry level engineers.
Valid driver's license with satisfactory driving record
Candidates applying for positions with Hyundai and KIA must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Verification of employment eligibility will be required at the time of hire.
HATCI is an Equal Opportunity Employer including Disabled and Veteran. VEVRAA Federal contractor
Extensive knowledge of DIN, ISO, and SAE standards related to electric vehicle charging and infrastructure (e.g., ISO 15118, DIN Spec 70121, SAE J1772, etc.)
Proficient in relevant software tools for electrical design, simulation and compliance assessment
Understanding of renewable energy integration, grid interactions and energy storage systems
Experience with data acquisition and analysis tools such as ETAS/INCA/MDA, Vector CAN and MATLAB/Simulink
Hyundai America Technical Center, Inc. (HATCI) is an equal opportunity employer commited to a culturally diverse workforce. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, age, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability status, other protected veteran status, and any other protected class under law.