Job Offer 5425

Senior System Engineer/ System Architect (m/f/d) ADAS data measurement/replay and SiL/HiL solutions
Job in Erlangen, Braunschweig

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Place:

Erlangen, Braunschweig to Google Maps

Branch:

Automotive

Description:

Tasks:
- You will be responsible for design and development of software components for high quality software in the automotive field
- You will define architectural requirements and align them internally as well as with the customer
- You will interact and meet with customers Tier1 and OEMs
- You will work in an international and distributed project team
- You will work in a project providing cutting edge driver assistance test solutions for a German premium OEM
- You will identify technical risks related to software domain
- You will analyze performance and capacity aspects
- You will perform technical studies and reviews
- You will define requirements and analyzing customer features
- You will coordinate HW and SW integration between Elektrobit departments

Skills:
- You hold an academic or technical degree in Computer Science, Electronics or similar
- You can proof several years of experience in C/C++ development and OO SW design (design patterns, UML)
- You have done software development on Windows and Linux before
- You have knowledge in Requirements engineering and Test Driven Software Development
- You know the concept of Continuous Integration (Jenkins) and build management systems like Gradle, Maven or Ant
- You have experience in ADTF and/or ROS
- You have experience in AUTOSAR
- You have experience with embedded software and knowledge in HW/SW integration
- You know about Automotive Bus Systems (e.g. CAN, FlexRay, Ethernet (BroadR-Reach))
- You have knowledge in automotive Ethernet (SOME/IP)
- You know about standard ethernet protocols (TCP/IP)
- You could establish knowledge in vehicle diagnostics (DLT, UDS, DoIP)
- Ideally you have also experience in video processing (SerDes, LVDS, Codecs)
- You are a team player and have good communication skills (English fluent in speech and writing