Methode Electronics, Inc

  • Electrical Engineer

    Division North America Auto (NAA)
    Requisition ID
    Location : Location
  • Overview

    The position of Electrical Engineer is responsible for work in the development of new customer specific custom products.  In the execution of this assignment, develop new applications resulting in new business. Bring concepts to a production/saleable level and perform Hardware design on customer applications.


    Use CAD (Computer-Aided Design) tools to design electrical schematics and PCB assemblies and generate BOMs (Bill of Materials) for electrical designs. Perform Release electrical designs into the Corporate PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) system, lead Design for Manufacturability (DFM) with Manufacturing to ensure the electronic design can be manufactured efficiently and with high quality and use DFMEA (Design Failure Mode & Effects Analysis), Fault Tree, Fishbone and DMAIC (Define Measure Analyze Improve Control) processes. Author specifications that allow seamless interaction with the software teams and assure that the solution provided meets automotive quality and safety standards. Evaluate designs for robustness by developing test methods, performing tests, and communicating test results.


    Requirements: Master’s degree in Electrical Engineer plus Three months validating results on electrical circuits

    Methode Electronics is an equal opportunity employer. 

    Email resumes with subject headline, Electrical Engineer-Southfield to


    We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, genetic information and other legally protected characteristics. The EEO is the Law poster is available here: EEO Poster, if you need a reasonable accommodation because of a disability for any part of the employment process, please send an e-mail to  


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