Engineer – Vehicle Electrical Systems
LV Architecture Focus
Posted on 4/12/2024
Harbinger Motors

51-200 employees

Electrified commercial vehicle chassis provider
Company Overview
Harbinger Motors distinguishes itself in the medium-duty commercial vehicle sector by offering a driver-focused chassis with autonomous-ready features and ergonomic enhancements, aimed at improving safety and productivity. Their proprietary powertrain and scalable battery packs are engineered for durability, exceeding industry standards with a 450,000-mile service life, while also providing flexible energy solutions tailored to customer needs. Additionally, Harbinger's commitment to sustainability is evident through their partnerships for charging infrastructure, supporting clients in reducing emissions and achieving environmental goals.
Industrial & Manufacturing
Hardware

Company Stage

Series A

Total Funding

$84.7M

Founded

2021

Headquarters

Gardena, California

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

42%

1 year growth

114%

2 year growth

195%
Locations
Westminster, CA, USA
Experience Level
Entry
Junior
Mid
Senior
Expert
CategoriesNew
Electrical Engineering
Automotive Electrical Engineering
Electronics Design Engineering
Requirements
  • Bachelor's degree or other relevant educational credential
  • Demonstrated experience in electrical engineering in the automotive field or similar
  • Knowledge of industry standards and best practices related to requirements and testing of electrical components
  • Experience with software and digital communication specifications and requirements is a plus
  • Experience with hands-on device testing is a plus
  • Experience with high voltage devices is a plus
  • Strong problem-solving skills
  • Effective communication and collaboration within a dynamic team environment
Responsibilities
  • Develop and document vehicle power distribution and communications architectures
  • Write requirements and test plans for subsystems and components
  • Engage with suppliers to identify components for sourcing
  • Collaborate closely with cross-functional teams to integrate electrical components into vehicle designs, considering safety and regulatory compliance