Automated Offroad Features - Lead Control Engineer
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A leading premium automotive business and leading to move towards electric autonomous vehicles.
WHAT TO EXPECT
We are looking for Lead Control Engineer to join our Chassis Motion Control, forming part of the Body/Chassis Engineering Department focusing on delivering control systems to enhance the customer driving experience off road, working towards the goal of autonomous driving.
This position is in charge of designing and implementing control-based systems, such as Adaptive Off Road Cruise Control and Terrain Response, two patented technologies from JLR and supporting each step of the software delivery process: requirements analysis, software architecture, control design, system design, integration, testing, and sign-off, operate using an agile methodology.
You'll contribute to the distinctive qualities of our cars. It's all part of our mission to build cars that satisfy consumers and differentiate us from the competition.
Key accountabilities and responsibilities:
- Technical leadership of other software/control engineers, encompassing job delegation, task planning, progress assessment, and reporting.
- Create and manage the work plan for the software team in an agile environment, including sprint planning and resource and content prioritisation.
- Overseeing the development of model-based software in accordance with technical/project restrictions, coding rules, and appropriate quality standards
- Supervising the software production process, guaranteeing that quality and timeliness are fulfilled and compliance with ISO26262 standards.
- Overseeing the software's verification and validation in all necessary settings and producing the necessary technical proof.
- Handle any software artefact modifications and faults.
WHAT YOU WILL NEED
- Experienced in Model based control software delivery, preferably with a chassis related product.
- Competent to co-ordinate tasks across team members, track progress and review.
- Able to work effectively with a diverse team across different sites and test locations.
- An understanding of vehicle network communications, ECUs and electronics.
- A degree in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Software Development or equivalent experience