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Our Vehicle Motion Embedded Controls (VMEC) group is currently seeking Controller Integration Engineers to support our at the Milford Proving Grounds and the Warren Technical Center! This role is part of a team responsible for vehicle embedded control system engineering with a primary focus on troubleshooting engine, transmission, hybrid, electrification, chassis, and intelligent brake control system issues through all the different life cycle stages (early development through launch and through end of production). As a Controller Integration Engineer, you will work closely with our internal development teams including manufacturing, controls development, software, calibration and testing activities, as well as multi-functional teams
What You'll Be Doing:
Technical vehicle system trouble-shooting is the central activity which includes thoroughly tracing and correcting faults in vehicle motion embedded control system (i.e., issues/faults that preclude the acceptable operation and performance of vehicles and the subsequent resolution of those problems).
Identify and root-cause problems in system features, in controller hardware, within software, within calibration, etc. that result in system operation that does not meet the design intent nor customer requirements (including development activities, buy-off rides, test trips, general fleet usage, durability, VeSCoM Checkout, etc.)
Work/support technical specialist to resolve challenging system interaction issues, working to create a robust method to predict and prevent integration issues, developing robust system issue resolving techniques and technology.
Collaborate/partner with technicians and other issue finders with specifying data that is best suited to resolve outstanding technical problems and issues that are facing program development and production.
Provide controller integration issue status to appropriate system issue owners
Train, support, mentor, collaborate and share best practices with Controller Integration Engineers joining the department
Support Hardware in the Loop (HIL) application and HIL systems engineers for troubleshooting and commissioning HIL systems for executing tests and developing operating scenarios to emulate vehicle functions.
Analyze in-house software apply debugging tools in troubleshooting issues in the ECU memory management, infrastructure operation and applications code.
Work directly with outsourced and in-house software suppliers, algorithm developers, technical specialists, calibrators and others on multi-functional agile teams.
Support vehicle software updates if users need support flashing software or investigating and resolving implementation issues
Participate in vehicle build events and buy off rides as required
2+ years of experience developing microprocessor-based, real-time control algorithms and software in high level language (e.g. C)
High level of analytical ability with excellent communication and interpersonal skills which is required to build relationships with team members and other key partners to resolve challenging issues.
Proven ability to manage multiple difficult assignments with a high level of autonomy and accountability for results with appropriate prioritizing and planning to deliver high quality results on schedule
Demonstrated initiative by reaching beyond work assigned to ensure a robust system solution.
5+ years of experience developing microprocessor-based, real-time control algorithms and software in high level language (e.g. C)
Experience with propulsion or chassis control systems in the controls development or testing or calibration areas
Experience with HiL benches (e.g. dSPACE), Simulink, Stateflow, ETAS INCA and Vehicle Spy.
Experience programming in Python.
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