WHAT TO EXPECT
The Core Inverters Lead System Engineer will be responsible for ensuring we have a robust specification for Inverters across multiple projects and will act as one of the key interfaces between other interfacing components & systems. This will be achieved by the continual improvement of traction inverter requirements & design methods to ensure inverters are delivered consistently & robustly across multiple projects.
The Core Inverters Lead System Engineer will have a strong traction inverter systems level knowledge and a good awareness of other functions carried out by an ECU (e.g. Functional Safety, Automotive Networks, Cyber Security etc.)
Key Accountabilities and Responsibilities
As the Core Inverters Lead System Engineer, your key accountabilities and responsibilities will include, ensuring quality of the full Inverter requirements deck: Coherent, specific and structured requirements with no ambiguity or overlap on requirements added from the wider team. You will be Authoring/updating requirements in order to continually improve the Inverter core requirements in co-ordination with other team members across a variety of disciplines. You will also be leading the Inverter prevent recurrence process: Capturing lessons learnt from prevent recurrence actions in requirements and test cases. Other accountabilities and responsibilities include, continual improvement of requirement/ test delivery process, de-composition of system level requirements/test cases into Inverter requirements and support generation of Forward Model Quality documents (e.g. DFMEA, FTA etc.).
WHAT YOU'LL NEED
The ideal candidate will be an individual with a customer first mindset who is easy to do business with and makes people feel special, is driven to deliver experiences that are personalised, transparent and dependable. You will be someone who works independently, is results driven, demonstrating tenacity, drive and perseverance with the ability to deliver operational plans in a complex, highly demanding environment and be a good communicator with the ability to communicate complex ideas.
Knowledge, Skills and Experience
Strong experience working on the development of automotive high voltage components, preferably inverters.
Good relevant experience of working in a Systems Engineering environment - ideally within the Automotive Sector
Strong foundation of engineering principals
Experience of working on systems/components in complex controls environment
Working level knowledge of ISO 26262 and Cyber Security processes.
Experience working on ECUs and the associated disciplines (e.g. automotive networks & UDS diagnostics etc.)
Requirements authoring and requirements management skills (RM)
Good verbal and written communications
Analytical and problem solving skills
Track record as an effective team player with strong interpersonal skills
Relevant experience of system definition, system architecture development, requirements specification, design/performance modelling, systems integration, system assessment and acceptance
Relevant degree or equivalent experience preferred
Experience in applying Systems Engineering and in solving complex technical issues using a structured approach
Experience in Model-based Systems Engineering (MBSE) and SysML using IBM Rational Rhapsody
Experience of requirements management tools (e.g. IBM DOORs or Dassault TRM)
A leading premium automotive business and leading to move towards electric autonomous vehicles.