The System Engineer is responsible for Requirement Management, Product Integration, Requirements Analysis, System Architecture and presents the R&D function with the project team as needed.
Responsible for the delivery of a functioning technical system that is fully validated and verified to internal and customer requirements.
Analyze system requirements, define system architecture and decompose requirements.
Responsible for the Requirement Engineering, Product Architecture and Product Integration roles as defined in internal Continental Product Development Process.
Support PM / TPL in interfacing to the customer's engineering representatives for technical questions and cooperates with the customer in engineering activities as well as supports the Continental Resident Engineer.
Qualifications Basic Qualifications :
Bachelor of Science in Mechatronics, Electronics or Computer Engineering.
SW programming skills
5+ Years : Automotive Electronics.
Strong Oral and verbal communication skills
English Language : Upper Intermediate
Functional Safety Management knowledge
Understanding of software design process end techniques including the V cycle, requirements analysis and test case design.
Managing requirements in DOORS
Understanding Vehicle Functional Test Plan features, interfaces and diagnostics.
Understanding of Electrical design process and techniques for analog and digital circuit design; proficient in basic EE test equipment (oscilloscope,
DMM, signal generator etc.).
Experience on diagnostics (UDS, KWP), Vehicle Bus Protocols (CAN, LIN, etc) and tools.
Excellent interpersonal and organizational abilities.
Highly motivated and self driven, ability to work with minimal supervision
Apply now The Autonomous Mobility and Safety Business Area integrates safety technologies and controls vehicle dynamics to ensure safe and comfortable driving.
The objective is to implement "Vision Zero", the vision of accident-free driving. Autonomous Mobility and Safety's components and system capabilities are prerequisites for autonomous mobility.