A global leader in future automotive technology is currently looking for a skilled Control Systems engineer, with experience developing whole vehicle models to support control software development, testing and validation. This is a hands-on role for an engineer who enjoys designing and implementing control software & simulation models, as well as the creative problem solving, and testing required to ensure they function as intended.
Design, implement and test (utilizing MIL/SIL/in-vehicle validation) control software using a model-based development approach Design, implement and correlate BEV & HEV component and vehicle models for component sizing and performance analysis Support the transition of control systems software from Sprint Power to clients Support prototype vehicle builds and development at Sprint Power and client sites Write relevant specifications, requirements and test plans / reports Maintain good relationships with customers Evaluate the impact of work delays, interruptions or changes in plans to develop an appropriate course of action
A degree or similar in engineering with a minimum of 5 years relevant industry experience. Experience in automotive control systems design, ideally working on BEV/HEV projects Detailed control systems/ plant models design, implementation, and validation experience Experience in writing system and software specifications, requirements & test documents Experience with software version control tools, requirements management, software change request (SCR) management Familiar with electrical debugging on vehicle, e.g. LV harnessing, continuity checking, isolation checking, etc Advanced capabilities in Microsoft Office and applications. Experienced user of MATLAB/Simulink/Stateflow for embedded control system design and validation, along with a familiarity with powertrain modelling. Experience with CCP & CAN based tools, e.g. INCA/CANape and CANalyzer Experience and knowledge of whole vehicle electrical systems (high and low voltage) Understanding and application of industry and legal standards relating to control systems
For more information or to apply for this role, please forward you CV to Rachel Barton by applying online.