Software Integration Manager (Automotive)

eTeam Inc.

Posted on May 7, 2024 by eTeam Inc.
Gaydon, Warwickshire, United Kingdom
IT
Immediate Start
Daily Salary
Contract/Project

Our team develops software for safety related and critical applications in the Aerospace, Defence, Rail, Automotive and Energy sectors, often related to critical national infrastructure. Our industry award winning projects make step changes in operational efficiency and safety in their domain and are highly respected by our customers. You will join a diverse team of excellent and experienced engineers who are committed to ensuring our projects meet our customers' high expectations.

The Role
As a Software Integration Manager, you will be responsible for the complete technical leadership of a given project as well as main point of contact for all technical issues and responsible for coordination and prioritization of issue resolution.
You will also have accountability for technical concerns and ability to pass key gateway criteria.

Responsibilities
Lead Electrical Architecture, Module owner & Test Teams to implement new/existing features.
Lead issue investigation and resolution of all technical issues
Responsible for EE Integration status reporting in engineering technical reviews and escalation forums.
Responsible for the co-ordinated investigation of complex feature implementation/debugging leading the work streams and ensuring timely closure of issue/implementation to achieve programme timing
Prototype build, production line and fleet first line support and investigation.
Manage delivery of change requests ensuring traceability of requirement and agreement with all key stakeholders (FuSA, Cyber Security, OBD etc)

Your Profile
Experience of working in a technical automotive electrical and software application role. Experience of complex hybrid vehicles is a benefit.
Experience of automotive architectures and communication protocols like CAN, LIN, Flexray, Ethernet.
In-depth knowledge of product development cycle from concept to launch (V Cycle) with a focus on software deployment and integration.
Expert knowledge of automotive diagnostics standards (UDS, ISO 14229, DOIP) and diagnostic tools.
Complex issue resolution leadership and experience across various functional commodities.
Proven capability of vehicle analysis using Vector tools (CANalyzer, CANoe, CANape or equivalent).
Hands on experience of diagnostic commissioning and manufacturing processes.
Advanced experience in reading circuit diagrams across complex hybrid systems.
Ability to interpret requirements documentation.
Broad prototype build, production line and fleet support experience.
Understanding of Functional Safety and Cyber Security.
Strong written and verbal communication, including appropriate escalation and reporting where required.
Knowledge of Scripting languages (such as CAPL, VBA, Python).
Understanding of ODX (ISO 22901).
Development of a wide range of test properties such as rigs and lab cars, including HV.
Knowledge of automotive development systems eg releasing, concerns, containments, gateways and sign off documentation.
In-depth expertise in more than one of the following commodities is preferred eg powertrain (including hybrid), chassis, infotainment, connectivity, audio, cluster & displays, tracker & e-call, antennas, switchgear, lighting, camera & PDCs, body electronics, power management, EDS.


Reference: 2756871281

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eTeam Inc.

Software Integration Manager (Automotive)

eTeam Inc.

Posted on May 7, 2024 by eTeam Inc.

Gaydon, Warwickshire, United Kingdom
IT
Immediate Start
Daily Salary
Contract/Project

Our team develops software for safety related and critical applications in the Aerospace, Defence, Rail, Automotive and Energy sectors, often related to critical national infrastructure. Our industry award winning projects make step changes in operational efficiency and safety in their domain and are highly respected by our customers. You will join a diverse team of excellent and experienced engineers who are committed to ensuring our projects meet our customers' high expectations.

The Role
As a Software Integration Manager, you will be responsible for the complete technical leadership of a given project as well as main point of contact for all technical issues and responsible for coordination and prioritization of issue resolution.
You will also have accountability for technical concerns and ability to pass key gateway criteria.

Responsibilities
Lead Electrical Architecture, Module owner & Test Teams to implement new/existing features.
Lead issue investigation and resolution of all technical issues
Responsible for EE Integration status reporting in engineering technical reviews and escalation forums.
Responsible for the co-ordinated investigation of complex feature implementation/debugging leading the work streams and ensuring timely closure of issue/implementation to achieve programme timing
Prototype build, production line and fleet first line support and investigation.
Manage delivery of change requests ensuring traceability of requirement and agreement with all key stakeholders (FuSA, Cyber Security, OBD etc)

Your Profile
Experience of working in a technical automotive electrical and software application role. Experience of complex hybrid vehicles is a benefit.
Experience of automotive architectures and communication protocols like CAN, LIN, Flexray, Ethernet.
In-depth knowledge of product development cycle from concept to launch (V Cycle) with a focus on software deployment and integration.
Expert knowledge of automotive diagnostics standards (UDS, ISO 14229, DOIP) and diagnostic tools.
Complex issue resolution leadership and experience across various functional commodities.
Proven capability of vehicle analysis using Vector tools (CANalyzer, CANoe, CANape or equivalent).
Hands on experience of diagnostic commissioning and manufacturing processes.
Advanced experience in reading circuit diagrams across complex hybrid systems.
Ability to interpret requirements documentation.
Broad prototype build, production line and fleet support experience.
Understanding of Functional Safety and Cyber Security.
Strong written and verbal communication, including appropriate escalation and reporting where required.
Knowledge of Scripting languages (such as CAPL, VBA, Python).
Understanding of ODX (ISO 22901).
Development of a wide range of test properties such as rigs and lab cars, including HV.
Knowledge of automotive development systems eg releasing, concerns, containments, gateways and sign off documentation.
In-depth expertise in more than one of the following commodities is preferred eg powertrain (including hybrid), chassis, infotainment, connectivity, audio, cluster & displays, tracker & e-call, antennas, switchgear, lighting, camera & PDCs, body electronics, power management, EDS.

Reference: 2756871281

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