Automotive Test Engineer for Automation Mandatory Skills experience in embedded controller networks (CAN, LIN) and the use of ECU diagnostic and network communication tools to verify and troubleshoot distributed vehicle systems (e.
g. CANoe, CANalyzer, Vehicle Spy). Software quality assurance certification applicable to embedded software (ISO 26262 - Functional Safety, Automotive SPICE, ISTQB, ASQ, TMMi, etc).
Familiarity with setting up test environments using LABCAR and test execution using the same. Experience in development and execution of functional test procedures within a software or vehicle testing organisation.
Experience with development and verification of embedded software using hardware in the loop equipment and software (E.g.
dSpace, National Instruments). Ability to develop software with compiled and interpreted languages including Python, perl, CAPL etc.
Knowledge of software testing or quality assurance methodologies. Ability to read and understand electrical and functional specifications of embedded controllers, wiring, switches, sensors and actuators.
Ability to use MS Excel, Project, PowerPoint, Visio (SharePoint preferred) Automotive Test Engineer for Automation Experience 3 - 6 years Preferable Skills Experience in Perl or Python Scripting.
Experience with dSpace hardware architecture, design, setup and troubleshooting. Experience with dSpace Control Desk and Automation Desk.
Interpersonal skills (Networking, negotiation, and tolerance). The ability to work with cross functional, multi regional, internal and external teams that can have different priorities.
Ability to manage urgent situations and manage priorities. Tolerance to ambiguity and dealing with complex engineering problems.
Ability to make decisions with minimal supervision and limited information. Clear and concise spoken and written communication skills are critical for this position since the engineer is responsible for gathering engineering requirements, negotiating during tradeoff analysis and documenting testing solutions.