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Battery Management Systems Software Release Engineer - Psp - Jll101 Job In Auburn Hills, Michigan, A

Published 2022-09-23
Expires 2022-10-23
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Battery Management Systems Software Release Engineer - Psp - Jll101 Job In Auburn Hills, Michigan, A
United States, Michigan, Auburn Hills,
Published September 23, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Battery management systems software release engineer - psp - jll101
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Description:This Battery Management Systems Software Release Engineer will work with Battery Management System (Client) hardware and software for use in electrified powertrains. The selected candidate will define Client requirements for software and control algorithms, develop and execute test plans, and integrate BPCM software with vehicle controller.



Job responsibilities include but are not limited to:



Establish and track software release timing and content rollout based off program timing



Develop Client requirements from system requirements



Ensure compliance to standards



Work cross functionally to verify battery software meets system needs and requirements.



Integrate Client software with vehicle controller through high voltages benches, HIL, and vehicles



Develop and track supplier and OEM validation and verification plans



Track and troubleshoot issues and test systems on benches and in vehicles



Participate in cold/hot/altitude trips and vehicle calibration development



Conduct supplier and OEM DFMEA's



Requirements:



• Bachelor of Science in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Applied Physics, Materials Science, or related Engineering field from an ABET accredited university



• Minimum 3 years of engineering experience in software development for automotive and related industries



• Experience with software development and diagnostics tools (e.g., HIL testers, CANalyzer, INCA, etc.)



• Excellent communication skills (verbal and written)



• Problem solving and organizational skills



Preferred Requirements:



• Masters or advanced degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Applied Physics, Materials Science, or related Engineering field from an ABET accredited university



• 2 or more years of experience with electrified powertrains and battery management



• 2 or more years of experience with development and testing of battery systems in hybrid and/or electric vehicles



• Proficiency in MATLAB/Simulink



• Experience with electrical/electronic components used in Client hardware



• Experience with Client software development and control algorithms



• Lithium ion battery experience



Notes:Position is a combination of remote and onsite (CTC). Candidates must be local



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Hours Per Day:8.00



Hours Per Week:40.00



Travel Required:No



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Work Location



Address Line1:800 Chrysler Drive



Pre Identified Candidate Name:None



City:Auburn Hills



State:Michigan



Country:United States



Postal Code:48326



Start Time:08:00 AM



End Time:05:00 PM



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