Robert Bosch LLC seeks a Hardware Team Leader at its facility located at 38000 Hills Tech Drive, Farmington Hills, MI 48331. Support different projects demands, including defining tasks, assigning resources, and prioritization of activities. Support department annual budget/resource planning and tracking of groups actual spending. Manage the Electronic Lab to ensure that equipment are state-of-art and appropriate to support all local development projects. Build up local competencies in the electronic design/development area, the testing/validation area, and the warranty analysis area. Coordinate with our NA manufacturing plant in production planning, Ratio Production Planning activities, and Continue Improvements Processes measures. Organize training activities for associates to enhance their competencies in Hardware development areas, including mentoring associates in career development. Support Germany hardware development team in special tasks. Support the project acquisition team in the evaluation of requirements and corroboration of quotation. Provide guidance to the team in CIP activities, quality improvement measures, and processes improvements. Support local project teams with issue analysis and customer presentations when required. Telecommuting: 1 day a week. 10% International and domestic travel. Will supervise 9 individuals. REQS: This position requires a Bachelor's degree, or foreign equivalent, in Electronic Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, or Mechatronics Engineering, plus 6 years of work experience in automotive embedded control design and development. Additionally, the applicant must have professional experience with: (1). Automotive embedded electronic controller hardware development processes, from requirements analysis, module design, module integration, testing & delivery, and manufacturing Electronic Control Units (ECU) in powertrain electrical and environmental conditions; (2). Reading and comprehending design schematics and performing circuit analysis and/or troubleshooting failures in powertrain ECUs; (3). Automotive electronic manufacturing, including production processes, Production Part Approval Process activities, plant quality tracking and improvement activities; and (4). Commercial aspect of powertrain controllers, including participation in the preparations for technical acquisition reviews, HW development cost planning & tracking, and production cost controlling activities. Apply below.