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Valls, T, ES

Senior System Architect BMS

Lear is looking for a Senior System Architect experienced in the development of Battery Management System designs. Reporting to the BMS Global Systems Manager, your main role will be to analyze the System Requirements and create the related system architectural design.


You will be involved in the development of electronic modules placed inside of the Battery pack of Electric Vehicles, from the concept definition until release for mass-production, being part of a skilled cross-functional and cross-regional team at the cutting edge of vehicle electrification technology.

You will

  • Build the System architectural design and define its interfaces for the different set of products inside of a Battery Management System, working together with a multidisciplinary team of engineers (SYS, HW, SW, MECH, …)
  • Allocate the System requirements to the System Architecture elements
  • Participate in technical discussions with customers to clarify unclear product requirements finding the best trade-off solutions at system level to satisfy customer expectations. 
  • Verify the System Architectural design and support the definition of the System Integration and Testing strategy
  • Be involved in the creation of the Technical Safety Concept and System Architecture Analysis
  • Be synchronized with RFQ team to support technical proposals for new BMS business opportunities
  • Support the identification/development of new technologies in BMS products to ensure Lear remain at the forefront of innovation and competitiveness.



To be a success in this role you must have

  • Bachelor (preferably master) degree in Electronics Engineering or equivalent
  • +3 years of experience developing Battery Monitoring Systems or similar analog/digital designs
  • Knowledge of automotive applicable standards & processes (i.e. ASPICE, ISO 26262)
  • Fluent spoken and written English
  • Knowledge of industry related tools (i.e. JIRA, DOORS, Subversion)
  • Know-how of Electric vehicle architectures or experience in design for high-voltage products (800V)
  • Familiar with Agile methodology