Certification Engineer - OBD - 30592
Our Client is a world leading Automotive OEM which is responsible for some of the most iconic 4x4's & Sports Cars produced. Due to the huge demand for current models and substantial investment in future projects there is a requirement for more resources across the business in engineering & manufacturing on a contract basis.
OBD Certification of the client vehicles to the various OBD standards. European OBD.
OBD II for California, OBDBr-2 and OBDBr-D for Brazil, China and other markets as required, eg. Korea, Japan, Taiwan, India, Thailand.
Alignment of Diesel and Gasoline processes and procedures for OBD certification.
Identify the best practise for the main OBD certification activities from each discipline and use experience from both disciplines to determine the future process.
Responsible for the preparation of the documents required by the various certifying authorities, primarily gasoline OBD II for California.
The role involves working from supplier documentation and calibration files to produce the certification documents.
3 KEY SKILLS
1) Knowledge of the OBD II and EOBD regulations. Applicants must be able to explain what the main requirements are of these different regulations and how the Company gains approval for its products
2) Ability to understand engine management system documentation, for example Bosch function frames. Applicants must be able to communicate detailed ideas to suppliers and other engine management engineers.
3) Ability to work with the ETAS INCA toolset to establish calibration settings for the OBD monitors and collect data to justify any changes that may be required to diagnostic functionality or to answer questions from regulators on the functionality of our OBD systems.
Educated to degree standard in an engineering discipline or with an appropriate level of experience in the field of automotive engineering.
Experience in the application or calibration of engine management systems, preferably in the specification and development of OBD functions.
Educated to degree standard in an engineering discipline