Powertrain L2 Software Development

Project Details: Development and release responsibility for the entire V cycle Development phases for Powertrain solution.

Job Title: Function Developer (Model Based Development) for Powertrain Level 2 Monitoring Function

Job Responsibilities:
- Detailed design and SW development of the Monitoring functions for the Central Powertrain Controller.
- Receive, understand and interpret the design from the system team/SW team and develop ISO26262 compliant software.
- Understand the Required Inputs and able to decipher the technical requirement
- Coordination with function developers / requirement Engineer for clarification
- Execute software development and all tests in scope of the ISO26262 guidelines like unit test (TPT/RTRT), B2B test, Functional test etc
- Support necessary for function/system testing (HIL/Vehicle)
- Participation in all the necessary Technical and Coordination forums for Information gathering, clarifications and Reporting
- Travel globally based on Need (short term)

Mandatory:
- Hands on experience with MATLAB / SIMULINK & Target Link in Powertrain domain or Embedded C development in Powertrain domain
- Software Development Experience – on Level 2 monitoring functions for powertrain atleast 3 – 5 years including test Specification, Execution & reporting
- Good Knowledge of the ISO26262 functional safety standards and implementation in compliance with the same.
- Excellent C programming skills
- Experience in testing at various abstraction Levels – Function/system
- Knowledge of Requirements and Configuration Management tools
- Knowledge of EGAS concepts
- Perl/Python/M scripts - - added advantage
- Safety Analysis FMEA/FTA - - added advantage
- Passion to contribute in the technical depth on the topics

Soft Skills:
- Deutsch Language is a advantage
- Experience with International distributed Team.
- Strong interpersonal skills and Open and Positive communication
- Self-motivated / self-starter with the ability to find creative solutions

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