Senior systems engineer

Company Name:
The Judge Group
Job ID: 410423
Job Type: Permanent
Location: auburn hills, mi
Contact E-mail:
Salary: 75000-125000
Our client is currently seeking a SENIOR SYSTEMS ENGINEER.
This is a direct role and this Systems Engineer will be staffed onsite in Auburn Hills.
This Systems Engineer will possess at least five years of experience as an ME or an EE within automotive powertrain
This job will have the following responsibilities:
o Support and complete the vehicle functions for Charging & Voltage Management, Transmission, Thermal Management and Torque Interface.
o Validate the functions to support Belt Start Generator and PHEV
o Provide support to powertrain E/E system for creation and updation of all DFMEAs, DVPs, Test Procedures, and Issue Resolution/Validation.
o Identify and maintain high level feature requirements within a systems engineering requirements management tool, preferably DOORS
o Identify traceability between those high level requirements and the DV (Design Verification) test plan.
Qualifications & Requirements:
o Experience in BSG and PHEV controlso Experienced on control software development using Model-based development (MBD) approach
o Knowledge of different automotive sub-systems and their features like fuel delivery, ignition, torque management, variable valve timing, etc.
o Experience creating DFMEA's and DVP&R's
o Must have good relational skills and be able to interface with many engineers from different areas and maintain good working relationships
o Must have good communication skills to communicate verbally, through documents, and through electronic media
Preferred Qualifications:
o Expertise with IBM Rational DOORS for requirements documentation
o Hands-on experience with MathWorks and dSPACE tool-chain

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