£35000 - £50000 per annum
almost 2 years ago
An Electronic Controls Engineer is required to join the hardware systems team within an innovative company that specialise in high-performance cross sector custom vehicles.
The Electronic Controls Engineer will have technical expertise in vehicle electrical architecture and implementation of hardware into vehicles using CAN communication.
Electronic Controls Engineer - Key Responsibilities
- Creating Simulink vehicle control strategies that fulfil internal and customer defined requirements
- Planning the implementation of software features and releases to meet business vehicle development targets
- Working with electrical and mechanical engineers to improve vehicle value through new features and cost savings
- Defining and developing bench and vehicle test strategies to fulfil race vehicle safety and reliability targets
Technical Skills and Experience required for Electronic Controls Engineer
- A graduate or post-graduate of an engineering related discipline with at least 5 years relevant industry experience.
- Have developed auto-generated code from Simulink/Stateflow using Embedded Coder for a real-time control application (3 years)
- Used CANalyzer to capture vehicle test data to identify and solve interaction problems between various control units
- Have an appreciation of CAN based calibration protocols such CCP/XCP and vehicle diagnostics such as OBD-II / UDS
- Used configuration management tools such as GIT/SVN
- Used to using schematics & wiring diagrams to understand vehicle operation and have knowledge of vehicle sensors and actuators
- Be familiar with a variety of vehicle ECUs (JLR/Bosch etc) including powertrain and body controllers
This is an excellent opportunity to work on exciting projects with the chance to support international rally campaigns in Europe, Africa and beyond.
If you feel you meet the requirements for the role of the Electronic Controls Engineer, please contact Tom Duckett at Jonathan Lee Recruitment.