Share this Job
Apply now »

REQ ID: 66561
JOB TITLE: Lead LV and HV Power System Engineer
LOCATION: Budapest


We’re re-examining our vehicles and what a vehicle means in the emerging world of automation, connectedness, electrification and the shared economy. New ideas, new technology, and new approaches to mobility are our business. Join a team of next generation thinkers.



The Power Architecture team designs and delivers low voltage (LV) and hazardous voltage (HV) power supply systems for Jaguar Land Rover vehicles. We have responsibility for LV and HV power supply systems on all Jaguar Land Rover powertrain variants, from conventional internal combustion engine (ICE) to mild-hybrid (MHEV), plug-in-hybrid (PHEV) and battery  electric vehicles(BEV). Power Architecture is a rapid growth area and is a key enabler for Electrification and ADAS. 
The Lead LV and HV Power System Engineeris responsible for the design, verification and validation of LV and HV Power Supply Systems. 

As part of the team your role will be to ensure the following:

∙ Design and development of new LV and HV power supply system architectures 
∙ Development and execution of power supply system Design Validation (DV) plans 
∙ Creation and documentation of power supply system requirements, test cases and test procedures ∙ Power supply system issue resolution (pre and post J#1) 
∙ Ensuring compliance with Regulations and Standards (internal and external) 
∙ Delivering tasks and projects on time and on budget 






· Technical knowledge and experience of LV and/or HV power supply systems design and/or validation

· Experience of system-level and/or component-level issue resolution and practical ability

· Ability to communicate complex technical concepts, data and conclusions within the team and to stakeholders




· Electrical or electronics engineering degree (or equivalent)

· Knowledge and understanding of systems engineering principles (including MBSE & SysML)

· Knowledge and experience of the product creation process

· Knowledge and experience of power system protection, load flow, harmonic and transient analysis

· Knowledge and experience of power electronics components

· Knowledge and experience of energy storage components

· Experience of structured problem solving (8D)

· Experience of failure mode avoidance (including DFMEA)

· Knowledge and experience of functional safety (ISO 26262)

· Knowledge and experience of other systems (electric propulsion, ADAS, steering, braking etc)

· Proficient in MATLAB/Simulink

· Requirements Management using DOORS/TRM

· Experience of CAN/LIN & Flexray tools such as CANaylzer and CANape





  • Join us for the next level of your career and help developing solutions that shape the future of cars
  • Be part of an international, inclusive and open-minded team where you have actual influence on the processes
  • See the product you’re working on come to life from testing all the way to production
  • Work flexibly with high percentage of home office or from our award-winning office
  • We honor your work with a competitive salary and performance related bonus scheme
  • Benefit from our health and life insurance and cafeteria package
  • Embrace our culture through various company programs such as charity events or our regular board game club









Our brand new office is located in the centre of Budapest’s prime office Váci corridor. Five minutes from downtown, GTC White House is easily accessible by public transport and car.


Find out more about working here on our Facebook Page

Job Segment: Engineer, Electronics Engineer, Electrical, Systems Engineer, Supply, Engineering, Operations

Apply now »