Plan and perform failure analysis of electronic control units (ECUs) after design validation (DV) testing;
Make physical assessment of ECUs regarding ageing and damaging of all relevant components, their assembly and interconnect technologies;
Judge ageing indicators with respect to lifetime requirements based on material science knowledge;
Improve and adapt methods of analysis as required by new products/technologies;
Devise and initiate experiments for the investigation of failure, ageing mechanisms and their indicators.
University master or bachelor degree in electrical or mechanical engineering, material science, chemistry, physics;
At least 2 years of specific/relevant experience;
Basic knowledge of analysis techniques (microscopy, SAM, SEM, metallography);
Good technical analysis skills;
Analytical and creative way of thinking;
Ability to work independently;
Good communication skills;
Target, process and quality orientation;
Willingness to spend several months in Hungary and/or Germany for training purposes.
Knowledge of German and/or Hungarian language.
Openness, tolerance and integrity shape our work climate, which promotes the efficiency of every employee. Strengthen our innovative power by accepting these values. As the world’s biggest automotive supplier, Bosch develops, manufactures and supplies precision components and systems for vehicle manufacturers worldwide. Since its foundation 1886, the company accelerates the progress of Automotive Technology with continued innovations.