What are the requirement for ev ENGINEER ?

Ola has revolutionized personal mobility by making it seamless and accessible. Today Ola is amongst the world’s leading mobility companies serving 250 million customers across 3 continents. Our electric vehicles business is the next step in our mission to move the world to sustainable mobility. We believe that India with its unique skill sets, manpower and demography, should not just lead the global movement towards electric vehicles but be the driving force that creates this change.

To accelerate this, we’re investing nearly Rs 2,400 crores to build the world’s largest two wheeler factory, which will have the capacity to manufacture over 10M electric two wheelers a year and will create over 10,000 jobs.

Requirements: We have multiple openings as follows

Role 1: EE Systems Architecture

Defining system electrical architecture based on system requirements and experience working on EV system architecture. Tools: PREEVISION, CAN

Role 2: Wiring Harness Design Engineer

Experience in design and development of HV and LV wiring harnesses which includes Schematics, 3D DMU, 2D dwgs.

Role 3: EE Components Engineer

Experience in design and development of EE components like DCDC converter, switches, sensors, throttle etc for 2/3 wheeler EV platforms and experience in Electro Mechanical Components.

Role 4: BCM/Body Control Module Engineer

Experience in automotive BCMs and defining Hardware and Software requirement specs for inhouse development, defining DVP requirements.

Role 5: Functional Safety Engineer

Responsible for Functional Safety implementation (Automotive Systems – EV), carries out design analysis to support the development of safety case arguments for safety related products.

Role 6: Requirements & Attributes Engineer

Responsible for formulating the requirements for 2/3 wheeler platform and elicitation of internal / external stakeholder requirements along with design teams.

Role 7: HIL Verification Engineer

Responsible for creating test strategy and implementation of HIL system for verification and validation of vehicle electrical systems. Experience in Black box & White box testing

Role 8: EMI/EMC Engineer

Responsible for ensuring EMC compliance on component and system level and expertise in automotive EMC standards.

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