Electrical Systems Test Engineer
1. Position Overview
Romeo Power Technology is looking for a highly motivated, Electrical Systems Test Engineer to join our growing team in the Los Angeles, CA area. As part of a multi-disciplinary team, this person will support the integration, and testing of battery modules and packs, electronic assemblies, harnesses, PCBA’s, and components in development.
This is a hands-on position with plenty of responsibility for the successful delivery of leading-edge energy storage solutions in the Electric Vehicle, Consumer, and Industrial markets. The environment is fast-paced and requires the application of critical thinking in demanding situations.
Key Roles and Responsibilities
- Verify and validate system performance through testing.
- Support defining and allocating system, firmware, hardware, test requirements and verification methods.
- Develop and maintain subsystem test validation & verification plans and procedures.
- Create test procedures and write test reports per industry best practices to document system test and results.
- Support system design activities by advising design engineers on Design For Test (DFT) for systems.
- Operate within a cross functional team, understand the needs and requirements of internal stakeholders in addition to our external customers
- Analyze engineering requirements to ensure compliance, and determine the impact of changes to requirements
- Analyze test logs and identify issues
- Own system bring up during engineering phase
- Develop in process test procedures, analyze data and make recommendations for changes required in manufacturing processes, data management
- Support compliance and certiﬁcation eﬀorts through rigorous testing
- Act as a liaison with engineering in developing validation tests, test speciﬁcations, and in-line test equipment
- Provide support to manufacturing team ensuring a smooth transition from engineering to production
- BS in electrical engineering or related discipline (CS, EE). MS preferred
- 3-5 years of experience with a wide ranging electromechanical background in the automotive or mechatronic industry is highly desirable
- Comprehensive knowledge of engineering disciplines, particularly Electrical Systems Test
- Must have knowledge of requirements verification and validation methods
- Electrical system integration experience with knowledge of,
- wire harness design
- high voltage DC systems
- UL, NEC, IEC, etc. code compliance
- Knowledge of MATLAB , Smilulink and Simscape
- Scripting knowledge in python, CAPL
- CAN bus knowledge and associated tools like PAN, CANAlyzer
- Proven skills for data analysis and debugging
- Knack to identify system level issues and pinpoint the problem
- Provide feedback to firmware and hardware team
- Excellent trouble shooting skills
- Working knowledge of Li-ion batteries and Battery Management Systems a plus
- Hands-on experience in electromechanical system assemblies, PCB assembly, wire harness fabrication, including troubleshooting of electronic assemblies and mechanical systems
- Excellent organizational skills, attention-to-detail, and multi-tasking capability
We are an equal opportunity employer that values diversity at all levels. All individuals, regardless of personal characteristics, are encouraged to apply.
Romeo Power is a startup company located in Vernon, CA. just south of Downtown L.A., we design, and manufacture EV battery technology for various electric mobility platforms. Several of our talented staff come from Tesla, SpaceX, Faraday Future, Karma and other known unique and powerful companies. We are a group of highly-motivated and extremely talented staff that is set on launching products that will revolutionize the EV battery industry in power density.
4380 Ayers Ave.
Vernon, CA 90058
Romeo Power’s founders have a track record for success. Our CEO’s previous startup is now the default mobile security solution for the major financials in the U.S. Our CTO and Co-Founder worked on energy storage and life support systems for SpaceX for 4 years before moving to Tesla rival Faraday Future, where he served as the Chief Battery Architect.