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  • Job reference: RMS0111405

Electrical Engineer - Chassis Electronics - 22835

  • Sector: Automotive
  • Location: Gaydon
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 26/09/2012
  • Time left:
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The Company:
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.

The Role:
Position Description:
Defining customer level functions and use cases for stability control systems and their associated software definition including interface and communication requirements.

Skills Required:
The definition of stability control functions for implementation on new vehicle projects.
To develop functional requirements to deliver the required control functions.
To create customer based use cases to explain how the function should operate To cascade and agree these functions, functional requirements and use cases to the supplier in order to ensure a robust first application.

Skills Preferred:
IBM Rational DOORS, Microsoft office, CAN analysis

Experience Required:
Experience in software function definition and interface specification for vehicle networks. Experience in CAN network protocols.

Experience Preferred:
Experience in vehicle stability control systems and their associated interfaces

Education Required:
Engineering or systems engineering degree
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