- Position: Senior ADAS Engineer
Electrical/electronics engineer, systems engineer, software architect or control/modelling engineer with ideally a minimum 7 years in an embedded systems environment, particularly with recent experience of automotive ADAS.
Essential experience for this role includes all of:
User and systems level requirements elicitation, capture and management.
Systems level architectural design.
Concepts of linking and traceability of requirements to design.
Preparing or contributing to design verification plan and report activities (DVP&R).
The candidate must have a strong experience in systems engineering and requirements driven developments.
Desirable experience for this role would include experience in a combination of:
Requirements management tools (such as DOORS).
Model based system design (UML, SysML) using Rhapsody or other modelling tools.
ADAS for integration into electric vehicle architectures and control.
HiL, SiL, MiL based verification techniques.
Autosar and/or distributed architectures.
Other failure mode avoidance and engineering quality principles.
- The candidate should:
Be capable of delivering a high standard of technical writing.
Be capable of presenting technical information confidently to customers.
Be a self-starter and able to execute designated tasks accurately and within timing and budgetary constraints.
Have well-developed analytical skills rigorous but pragmatic.
Have good interpersonal skills a consensus-builder, expressive but not confrontational.
Be able to make justified technical decisions based on solid rationale.
Be capable of technically managing a small group of engineers, tracking progress and budget spend.
Essential qualifications for this role would include:
Good first degree (minimum 2:1) in electrical/electronic engineering, systems engineering or a relevant related discipline.
Desirable qualifications for this role would include:
Higher degree (relevant M.Sc or Ph.D)
Corporate membership of an engineering institution including Chartered Engineer qualification