- CAN BUS/CAN Protocols
- HV and LV systems
- Software Architecture and Configuration
- Vehicle Integration and Testing
- Embedded Software Development
- Electrical Specification Design
- Project Timing , BoM and Supplier Management
- DFMEA and DVP generation and execution
You will be responsible for the design, development and delivery of multiple LV vehicle systems across numerous electric vehicle projects across all stages of the product development lifecycle, working closely with the design and integration team to deliver projects on time and to budget.
Involved in the definition of the vehicle-level control architecture and strategy reporting to the Lead Systems Engineer to ensure project technical requirements are met.
Support the development of the next generation of Everrati vehicles through all stages of the product lifecycle. Model-based software development, SIL, HIL and vehicle testing and validation to support a platform approach to EV design.
Provide hands-on support to the workshop team and build technicians to diagnose complex electrical issues on prototype vehicles in a build environment and document build processes and engineering changes.
You will own the BoM, budget and project timing plan for your systems/ projects.
Develop system-level DFMEA and DVP ensuring compliance to relevant regulatory standards.
Execution of vehicle-level testing to support completion of the DVP.
Produce system and component level requirements documents and manage suppliers to deliver hardware in line with project milestones.
Knowledge of vehicle low voltage systems and harnessing best practices.
Experience in automotive system design, development and delivery.
Understanding of CANbus systems and data log analysis.
A sound understanding of vehicle control strategies and software development.
Familiarity with DFMEA and DVP processes.
Hands on experience in working on vehicles in a workshop environment.
Experience in LV harness design
Knowledge of EV system architecture including motors, traction inverters, DCDC converters, power distribution chargers and thermal systems.
Willingness to learn and get involved in all aspects of vehicle development.
Experience with functional safety and EV legislative standards (e.g ISO26262 and UNECE REG100).