Electronics Engineer (SW)

Company Name:
Berean Group International Inc.
Berean Group is seeking an
Engineer (SW)
Location: Warren,
Type: Full Time
Note: US Citizens and those authorized to work in the US are encouraged to apply. We are unable to sponsor H1b candidates at this time.


Project Engineer responsible for performing Solid State Electrical Center development projects and interfacing with Vehicle OEMs.
Responsible for executing development project tasks and achieving technical goals and timing objectives
Tasks include software development, simulation, verification and support for hardware development
Interface with Vehicle OEMs and integrate Client's Electrical Center products onto vehicle platforms
Assist in the development of customer specific requirements for electrical center products and development of test procedures
Development of customer technical presentations to effectively sell these new products/systems
Create show properties for marketing
(e.g. SAE Congress)


Strong understanding of embedded control software, software development processes and communication protocols
Strong knowledge of C, C++ compiliers; assembly language programming; debugging, testing and verification techniques
Knowledge of electrical/electronics hardware with experience designing electronic products with embedded microcontrollers
Team oriented with experience managing development projects and interfacing globally
Excellent communication skills - written and verbal
Occasional domestic travel (est. 2 times / yr)


Automotive electronics and communication protocol experience
Experience with ASICs, solid state power control, DC to DC inverters
Experience with Mentor Graphics
aided design tools
Six Sigma Certification

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