|Location||Surrey||Job Type||Full Time - Contract|
|Salary||Negotiable||Sector||Automotive, Engineering, Manufacturing/Production|
Our clients growing reputation for producing some of the world's most admired race cars means that they require a Senior Engineer specialising in Electric Drive Control with the ability to support an innovative team of engineers, as they focus on providing customers with a variety of remarkably unique models. This is a permanent position based in Surrey.
What to expect as a Senior Engineer specialising in Electric Drive Control?
*Guarantee EDC delivery to all vehicle projects- to specification, on time and on budget. This will include leading EDC project leads or project engineers to deliver to programme requirements.
*Establish links with external organisations such as universities, research organisations, etc. on collaborative research projects that will help deliver innovation in EDC technologies where appropriate.
*Work with Supply Chain Management to ensure delivery of the EDC on schedule for all phases of prototype, pilot, pre-production and production build.
*Work with the Controls Department to ensure delivery of ISO 26262 requirements and platform software deliveries for all phases of the vehicle programmes.
*Provide support on EDC technical risk management to ensure project delivery, optimised vehicle performance and delivery of electric drive system attributes.
*Guarantee EDC ownership and delivery to the specific vehicle programme requirements
To be considered for the Senior Engineer specialising in Electric Drive Control, we require candidates to have:
*A high level of technical knowledge & experience of EDC design, test & production delivery
*Design / implementation of EDC embedded systems such as Battery Management Systems, Motor Control Unit, Electric Drive Supervisory Unit, Grid Charging Control/Manage, DC/DC, communication protocols, software, control architectures, diagnostics, functional safety, etc.
*Detailed understanding of HV battery safety, HV safety, charging standard, world-wide legislation and regulation on electric drive components and systems.
*Experience of executing EDC DVPs, FMEA
*System requirements capture (using tools such as DOORs, etc.)
*Software design to MISRA guidelines (C or equivalent)
*Software architecture, ideally including use of the VECTOR tool chain.
*Vehicle data logging, calibration and data analysis using INCA, Vector CANAPE or similar.
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