Project Engineer – Powertrain Electrification – Functional Safety, Cybersecurity & EMC
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Work type: Full Time - Permanent
Location: Gaydon, Warwickshire
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Powertrain Electrification team is responsible for the development of Hybrid and Electric Propulsion Systems. This includes the key High Voltage (HV) vehicle system components including Battery Pack, eMotors, inverters, DCDC converters and on-board chargers. Customers expect us to ensure their safety, security and privacy and our engineering design process is central to ensuring that these expectations are achieved or exceeded.
To be responsible for the planning and on-time delivery of functional safety, cybersecurity and EMC compliance for all Powertrain Electrification components and systems from concept to production across all vehicle programmes
Key Duties & Responsibilities:
As Project Engineer, Powertrain Electrification Systems Functional Safety, Cybersecurity and EMC, your responsibilities will include:
Main point of contact and primary source of knowledge on Functional Safety, Cybersecurity and EMC topics within the Powertrain Electrification department
Collaborating with the wider business and its engineering partners from concept to production for the on-time and on-budget delivery of Functional Safety, Cybersecurity and EMC requirements
Developing short-term and long-term strategies for Functional Safety, Cybersecurity and EMC compliance considering the type of programmes, the features, competition and future trends estimating the timing and resource needs.
Working cross-functionally with other R&D departments to ensure that AML’s safety culture, policies and processes are supporting the achievement of Functional Safety, Cybersecurity and EMC requirements.
Taking responsibility for resolution of all Powertrain Electrification Functional Safety, Cybersecurity and EMC component and system issues on all programmes
Coordinate Functional Safety, Cybersecurity and EMC comparison studies for any 3
rd party activities and evaluate RFQ responses to influence management decisions Own and maintain Functional Safety, Cybersecurity and EMC requirements specifications
Cascade requirements and monitor delivery across multiple commodity areas
Lead the technical assessment of the impact of Functional Safety, Cybersecurity and EMC requirements on components and negotiate solutions with system owners
Support technical suppliers who are delivering Functional Safety, Cybersecurity and EMC related features to ensure compliant and timely delivery
Actively participate in the application of Functional Safety, Cybersecurity and EMC requirements best practices to product development projects and programs
Assess future products for risks, develop mitigation plans, and support the implementation of these plans.
DVP: Developing and implementing testing procedures; defining appropriate test objectives; defining instrumentation and data acquisition methods; supporting the definition of appropriate test measurement equipment; guiding test technicians and engineers; writing and issuing technical reports against each completed test; developing and recording best practices; supporting development of DVP testing process manuals to handle the Powertrain Electrification requirements of today and the future
Quality: Identifying & containing potential quality concerns using engineering quality systems (FMEAs, Robustness Studies);
Cost: Establishing Functional Safety, Cybersecurity and EMC testing programme budgets; monitoring and controlling spend throughout to ensure effective use of funds to complete work within budget.
Communication: Establishing regular Functional Safety, Cybersecurity and EMC reviews with cross functional teams.
FMA: Supporting sub-system DFMEA teams and ensure Functional Safety, Cybersecurity and EMC test results are responded to the DFMEA owner.
Concerns System: Using eCMS concerns process to report and resolve all Functional Safety, Cybersecurity and EMC issues.
Train, coach and present technical information and share the knowledge throughout AML
Qualification & Experience:
The successful candidate will demonstrate technical expertise and competence in Functional Safety, Cybersecurity and EMC and be able to take responsibility for the successful delivery for Powertrain Electrification components and systems.
Essential areas of previous experience required to undertake this role include:
Knowledge of all relevant vehicle legislation and certification requirements for Functional Safety, Cybersecurity and EMC
Successful delivery of Functional Safety for Powertrain Electrification systems for hybrid and/or electric vehicles (including demonstrated technical knowledge and understanding of ISO 26262)
Understanding of cybersecurity requirements procedures for hybrid and/or electric vehicles (ISO/SAE 21434)
Understanding of EMC requirements procedures for hybrid and/or electric vehicles (CISPR 25, ISO 7637, ISO 11452, ISO 10605)
Experience of managing the delivery of automotive software and feature delivery
Familiarity with automotive network architecture, modules, and protocols
Familiarity with Secure Coding practices, processes and methods
Experience with complex embedded systems (HW, SW and various operating systems)
Hands on experience of working with low voltage vehicle systems
Knowledge of project life cycle management from early R&D to series production
Advertised: GMT Daylight Time 05 Oct 2021
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