Lead – System Engineer | Automotive Software, Germany
To act as an E/E Architect / System designer and be responsible for Verolt’s internal and external customer project executions ranging from concept studies, POCs / Prototypes up to series projects with major European OEMs and innovative start-ups. Also, play vehicle level/ system level primary customer interface for technical topics during project acquisitions and be involved in the development of Body Electronics and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and subsystems.
- Design and Evaluation of E/E architectures and network topologies for automotive applications derived from customer specifications and features.
- Analysis of Customer requirements (External and Internal) – functional and non-functional and support for planning and estimations.
- Preparation of technical proposals. Creation/review of System-level requirements.
- Concept definitions for Vehicle Network Communication Matrix, Onboard Diagnostics, Network management, Terminal, and Vehicle states.
- Engage very closely with Verolt’s Functional Safety Specialist and ensure the Functional safety concepts and implementations are evaluated and validated at the Vehicle level.
- Coordination / conflict resolution (technical)- cross functions (development/Testing).
- Train and develop key skills within the team which is required to deliver projects within the chosen domains – Body Electronics and ADAS.
- Engage with the ecosystem, in India and overseas to bring in current technology and systems knowledge – to provide leading-edge products and services.
Education and Job Skills
- Graduate/Post-Graduate in Electronics/Electrical/Instrumentation Engineering
- 10+ years of design and development experience in the Automotive Industry – with at least 6-8 years of dedicated hands-on experience as a System Engineer/specialist in the field of E&E Architecture.
- Robust understanding of Vehicle environment and functions, in particular Automotive E&E Networks (CAN, LIN, Ethernet and Flexray) and current trends and challenges.
- Good Understanding of Body and Security and ADAS products and applications in the vehicle environment.
- Knowledge of vehicle E/E regulation implications for various markets.
- Working experience in vehicle integration activities like initial start-ups of prototypes.
- Exposure to Autosar and Functional Safety ISO 26262.
- Exposure to contemporary Hardware/PCB Design, Tools, and Testing techniques. Exposure to commonly used Microprocessor Architectures.
- Passion for innovation and a sound understanding of future functional vehicle systems.
- Excellent communication skills. German language knowhow is an added advantage. Good presentation/reporting and cross-function coordination skills.