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Software Systems Engineer

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Location
Farmington, MI
Salary
$80,000 - $100,000
Job Type
Direct Hire
Date
Jun 11, 2018
Job ID
2579988
Software Systems Engineer
Farmington, MI

Job Summary of the Software Systems Engineer:

We are looking for a Software Systems Engineer for one of our long term clients in Michigan to help them develop advanced safety systems controls. This client is a well-established and tier one automotive supplier company of vehicle safety technology which offers an opportunity to work with great leaders in the industry. If you are skilled in analyzing the customers needs and turning them into actionable requirements, then this position is well suited to you. In this position you will be responsible for the development of the work products like system functions, sub-systems, requirements and requirements management.


Responsibilities of the Software Systems Engineer:
  • Document system or subsystem requirements using requirements management tools such as DOORS.
  • Work with SW engineers in development of embedded controls, understanding the effects of changes on hardware and mechanical systems.
  • Subsystem requirements validation.
  • Keep the system updated for achieving meeting requirements and system deliverables.
  • Provide support in Request for Quotation.
  • Define system test cases, system hazards and system functional flows for project deliverables.
  • Ensure System Safety Standards such as ISO26262, EuroNCAP, other external standards are followed in product development.
  • Collaborate with functional safety engineers and stakeholders for performing Functional Analysis and System (D)FMEA,  FTA (Fault Tree Analysis).
  • Define safety goals to be included in system requirements.
  • Summarize and present system design contents to stakeholders
  • Actively participate in design reviews include evaluating vehicle control system performance and robustness.
  • Support customer discussions.

Qualifications of the Software Systems Engineer:
  • BSEE/CE with at least 3+ years of experience using requirements management tools (DOORS) along with strong knowledge of vehicle subsystems.
  • Good knowledge of embedded software development from a systems perspective, with the ability to do design reviews.
  • Strongly skilled in anticipating customer requirements gathering, even if not stated in customer documentation.
  • Knowledge of vehicle communication systems (CAN) and related tools.
  • Experience in DFMEA.
  • Knowledge/awareness of Functional Safety (ISO 26262).
  • Understanding of all engineering disciplines including a complex technical system.
  • Background in technology implementation and documentation.
  • Training in systems life cycle methodologies, structured programming (e.g. C), DFSS, 8D (root cause analysis) or system architecture (e.g. UML design, EA applications) will be beneficial.

Compensation of the Systems Engineer (ADAS)
Salary Range:  $80,000-100,000/year depending on experience 


Location: Southeast MI
Type:  Direct
Travel:  As required
Relocation Assistance:  Subject to review
Visa Sponsorship:  TN visa, Permanent Resident, and US Citizen only. (NO OPT/H1B will be considered)

Knowledge of the following areas will be helpful - ADAS, "Advanced driver assistance systems", "Systems Engineer", requirements, "requirements engineering", validation, “system validation”, "subsystem requirements", "requirements management tools", DOORS, Calibration, "meeting requirements", "system test case", "system hazards", "system functional flow", Safety, ISO26262, EuroNCAP, "Functional Analysis", FMEA, DFMEA, FTA, "Fault Tree Analysis", "vehicle communication systems", CAN, ESC, "vehicle subsystems", airbag, "brake control", steering, "Model-based system development", "vehicle calibration", HIL, SIL, "Micro Autobox", "Hardware in loop", "Software in Loop", AUTOSAR, Programming, Matlab, Simulink, DFSS, , "root cause analysis", "system architecture", "UML design"