Body Electronics ECU: Component/System Engineer

Responsibility:
- Take the product ownership for one of the Body Electronics ECUs for upcoming Mercedes cars (for example: Body Controller DCM, Airbag, Locking System, Sunroof etc …)
- Development and Series maintenance support for ECUs
- Understand SW HW requirements for the ECU and the System
- Understand Mercedes Development System processes
- Approve SW/HW releases for the products, participate in PPAP, define test concepts and test specifications for the product
- Coordinate activities with supplier for new requirement implementation, testing issues, production issues and field complaints
- Tracking and Monitoring of major milestones with ECU suppliers,
- Clarifying Mercedes body electronics ECUs related queries, issues
- Coordination with various stake holders e.g. E/E system partners, purchase, logistics, Quality, car-line responsible, Aftersales for product development
- Creation, control and maintenance of the product development schedule taking into consideration the process milestones of the vehicle development
- Create/Maintain product specification documents appropriate for the vehicle lines and distribution/clarification of the same with the development stake-holders
- Coordinate activities e.g. product documentation, error management, release management during development process

Qualification
- 7-9 years in Automotive product development
- Automotive domain knowledge – Body electronics/Powertrain/Safety systems : e.g. Door Control module, power windows, sunroof, Interior Exterior lighting, airbag, ESP, Powertrain etc. (at least one of the systems)- Good understanding of ECU SW architecture and ECU functional testing
- Understand product development life cycle
- Understand OEM tier 1 Supplier working model

- Experience in system testing on vehicles

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