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Principal Software & Controls Engineer Automotive Powertrain

Computer Futures

Buckinghamshire

Permanent

£60000 - £75000/annum Bonus + Benefits

HP225DB

Posted: 11/05/2024

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Role: Principal Software & Controls Engineer

Hybrid model: 3 days on site in Buckinghamshire & 2 days remote

Salary: Up to £75,000 + Bonus + Benefits

Location: Buckinghamshire

We are currently recruiting for one of our customers in Buckinghamshire who specialise in motor design, inverter hardware and software design for the automotive industry.

Our client are looking for Principal Software & Controls Engineer to work on cutting edge motor control technology and be the lead technical authority on motor control systems across the business.

As a Principal Software & Controls Engineer, you will be a key contributor to all aspects of the project life cycle including requirement specification, software design, implementation, test and integration.

Our client is looking for someone to question and challenge the norm and really push the limits of quality and advancement across their suite of products.

Desired experience / skills

Minimum of 5 years experience in relevant field (automotive, aerospace)
Track record of developing and implementing model based control strategies
Strong experience working with complex electro-mechanical systems
Experience working on passenger car and motorsport inverter system applications
Exposure to all aspects of V-cycle system design and development
Experience of motor control algorithms, Field Oriented Control, Space Vector Modulation and inverter sensorless algorithms (other areas of powertrain and vehicle control unit software development will considered)
Developing control algorithms for real-time embedded systems; preferably in automotive applications
MATLAB & Simulink experience
Software unit and integration testing
Knowledge of automotive HV systems
AUTOSAR standard & AUTOSAR compliant SW development
Experience of real time OS and knowledge of protocols such as J1587, J1939, ISO14229, i.e. serial communication, diagnosis and software download.
ASPICE & MISRA-C

Responsibilities

Develop control software for electric machine inverter systems and hybrid vehicle applications
Develop, test, validate and verify high level control algorithms in MATLAB & Simulink and pure C-code (eg: Motor control algorithms, FOC, driveability functions, sensor processing, diagnostics, etc.)
Follow best practice software development guidelines e.g. ASPICE, MAAB, MISRA-C
Support and mentor more junior team members in order to facilitate their professional development
Act as a Technical Reference / SME for Inverter Control Topics.
Develop safety relevant software according to Automotive and Aerospace standards e.g. ISO26262 & DO-178.
Integrate high level algorithms with low level embedded software applications
Software based validation of control algorithms through SiL, MiL,
System based validation of control algorithms and complete SW using DSpace HiL test processes and Dyno based testing.
Support plant model development and test-harness creation for software validation
Interfacing and supporting other teams & customers with Controls & Software topics
Customer support for complex simulations including Travel to customer test facilities when necessary
Participating / contributing to design reviews of software projects and product design
Managing / coordinating engineering changes and maintain detailed design records
Issue tracking & resolution using industry standard tools (e.g. JIRA)
Support hardware commissioning, motor dyno testing and data analysis tasks for fault finding
Perform tool development and process automation using industry tools e.g. DSpace Automation Desk
Perform software integration, merges and releases via GIT repository management

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Computer Futures, a trading division of SThree Partnership LLP is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy | Registered office | 1st Floor, 75 King William Street, London, EC4N 7BE, United Kingdom | Partnership Number | OC(phone number removed) England and Wales

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