General Motors Body Control Module (BCM) - Controller Integration Engineer (CIE) - VEH0004373 in Warren, Michigan
This Controller Integration Engineer for Body Control Modules is in the Body/HVAC/Passive Safety Electronics and Controls department. You will be responsible for leading trouble shooting efforts using test equipment and to gather the appropriate data to get over to the in-house software team to read. . This includes some very hands on work in the lab, on the bench, and in the vehicle. Problem solving, root cause analysis, and troubleshooting is key to this position.
•Verify controller functionality on a bench/vehicle
•Lead Body Control Module Change Control Board.
•Work with Technical Review Boards (or other cross functional teams) to define test cases and to determine how frequently they should be executed.
•Automate system level test cases (or support automation engineer) to allow for automated regression testing.
•Troubleshoot vehicle level integration issues including hardware, software, calibration and vehicle wiring
•Document hardware and software anomalies using Rational Team Concert (RTC) or similar database.
•Confirm resolution of documented hardware and software anomalies
•Support algorithm requirement development by supporting algorithm TRBs
•Document algorithm functional and verification requirements
•Develop/document/review I/O functional requirements and test cases
•Conduct/participate in work product reviews for algorithm, software, and specifications incorporating I/O functional requirements/test cases
•Provide support as required:
•Software support for calibration teams and development trips
•Assembly plant and field problem resolution
•Prototype shop support
•Durability cars / Captured test fleet support
Education and Training:
•BS Degree EE or CE/CS Engineering required
•MS Degree EE or CE/CS Engineering preferred
Required Skills and Experience:
•Knowledge and 2+ years of experience in vehicle system development
•Knowledge and experience in control system integration and testing of hardware and software
•Knowledge of hardware design and failure modes of electronic modules
•Knowledge of vehicle electrical systems and serial data communications (e.g. CAN, GMLAN, LIN)
•Demonstrated proficiency in working with system/software/hardware requirements
•Hands on experience with testing equipment
•Knowledge of and 2+ years experience with debugging, root cause analysis and problem solving