General Motors System Safety Sub-System Validation Engineer - ENG0038496 in Warren, Michigan
Automotive Electrical System Safety Sub-System Validation Engineer responsible for global test plan/procedure specifications, test strategy, and test design for Chassis Electronic elements and features. Primary focus on ensuring controller and vehicle system safety is thoroughly validated end-to-end (from supplier, through vehicle, and to the end customer). Provides design evaluation, analysis, and testing of projects where creativity and a high level of independent judgment are involved. Provides technical leadership and guidance to other engineering teams or engineering support staff.
- Work within a team to coordinate validation efforts for system safety aspects of multiple chassis features.
- Work with system safety engineers to create VCRI to map safety requirements to appropriate validation area.
- Create, manage and execute test procedures for safety requirements to satisfy appropriate failsafe actions per the assigned ASIL safety level of the feature or function.
Develop test methods and models to be able to test safety critical components and features
Develop Models to run on a stand-alone test box (MicroAutoBox) to intercept, alter and deliver messages to various modules on the vehicle.
Perform system safety testing on safety critical features on electrical system benches and or vehicles. Capture, analyze and plot data to provide results against the test cases.
- Provide technical support to ECU suppliers on GM test procedures.
- Act as single point contact to the systems safety integration teams and release community.
- Coordinate system safety testing on vehicles at our test tracks to correlate data and efficiently manage resource workload.
- Write ESIMs, and PRTS+ for issues found during the results review. Ensure proper closure of issues.
- Travel (minimal) as required.
- Have a valid US driver’s license; this position requires the ability to legally operate a motor vehicle on a regular basis.
- B.S.in Computer Science or Computer Engineering or Software Engineering or Electrical Engineering.
- High level of oral and written communication skills.
- High level of organizational skills - able to manage multiple projects across multiple programs to the assigned milestone.
- Able to work within a team of engineers and communicate issues and testing results effectively.
- Ability to act as a single voice for bench and vehicle level testing for assigned subsystems
- Understanding of engineering theory and principles of operation of mechanical/electrical mechanisms.
- Knowledge of CAN, GMLAN, LIN, UDS (GMW3110, 8772, & 14241) based communication.
- High-level analytical ability where problems are unusual and complex.
- Exhibits appropriate interpersonal styles and communication methods to work effectively with business partners to meet mutual goals.
- Knowledge of safety critical software and systems in job-related area.
- 1 to 3 years’ experience in job-related area.
- Proficient in the use of Matlab, Simulink, Control Desk, DSpace ASM.
- Knowledge of Hardware and Software in the loop testing.
- Proficient in the use of CAN tools (CANoe, Vehicle Spy, Vbox, RT3000).
- Proficient in the use of MicroAutoBox.
- Previous subsystem testing experience in the automotive industry.