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Lead Engineer - Embedded Software and Controls

You will use debugging and simulation tools to efficiently perform design iterations and optimization. You will verify solutions created by you or other team members through simulation, sub-system, hardware-in-the-loop and vehicle level testing. You will drive implementation consistency across multiple resources contributing to the same embedded system architecture.  You will champion and document improvements to the engineering standard work processes we use to engineer our products. Utilize FMEA process to enhance design robustness. You will contribute to continued enhancement of Core Embedded Software to support additional product features. You will develop validation and verification test plans at a unit, sub-system and vehicle level to fully validate requirements. You will analyze vehicle data from test and customer vehicles to investigate, identify, and resolve issues and performance complaints. You will be required up to 5% domestic travel to visit Eaton locations and customer sites.    Qualifications Requires a Bachelor's Degree, or foreign equivalent, in Engineering (any), Computer Science, or a related field plus four (4) years of experience as a Senior Engineer in Software, Controls, Embedded Software, Embedded Controls, or  a related occupation. Experience must include: Four (4) years of experience in the following  (experience can be gained concurrently): experience with embedded control system applications; One (1) year of experience in the following (experience can be gained concurrently): experience with powertrain engineering development; experience with powertrain embedded control algorithm design; and  experience with embedded controls algorithm design using Matlab Simulink development environment. 063470
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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