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Chinese/Japanese bilingual Wire Harness Design Engineer (expired)

Company
NSR GROUP
Job ID
138385
Location
Toyota, Aichi
Post date
Aug 20, 2020
Industry
Automotive
Function
Engineering (Electrical, Mechanical, Semi-conductor)
Work Type
Full Time / Entry Level
Salary
¥260,000 ~ ¥300,000 / Month

Requirements

  • English: Business level

Description

Wire Harness Engineer

POSITION OVERVIEW

NSR is a professional staffing agency specializing in servicing the Aerospace and Automotive industries. We are current looking for engineers to staff an automotive wire harness design project for EV. Our Client is a Tier 1 Automotive supplier.

LOCATION

Toyota, Aichi-pref., Japan

RESPONSIBILITIES

• Develop and maintain electrical wiring diagrams and harness architecture to meet aircraft system requirements (e.g. functionality, electrical loading and circuit protection, electromagnetic compatibility, and routing constraints)
• Design, drafting, and review of electrical wiring 3D models, assembly drawings, and installation drawings for aircraft electrical and avionics systems, including power distribution, RF, and data busses.
• Design of electrical equipment assemblies and enclosures
• Selection of electrical wiring assembly and installation components such as connectors, backshells, wire, insulation, and hardware.
• Understanding and application of EMI/RFI, signal shielding, and electrical bonding principles.

REQUIREMENTS

• Bachelor’s Degree in electrical or electronics or equivalent
• CATIA V5
• Be able to read schematic drawings
• Experience with automotive electrical wiring design (2-D and/or 3-D) is a plus
• Chinese language level must be native level
• English business level
• Japanese language must have JLPT N1

The above information is a public job ad. This job ad is neither an offer nor a contract.

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