The Functional Safety Control Algorithm Design Engineer for Electrified Powertrain will work within a team of powertrain controls, calibrations and integration engineers to develop monitoring algorithms per E-Gas Monitoring Concept for Gasoline and Diesel Engine Control Units as applicable to Battery Electric and Plug-in Hybrid Electric vehicle controls architecture and ISO26262 for current and next-generation electrified powertrains for Chrysler and FIAT vehicles. The overall goal for the team is to develop a complete electrified powertrain that meets the vehicle functional requirements for fuel economy, emissions, drivability, and diagnostics.
The ideal candidate, who must be a strong team player and willing to work in a fast paced environment, will be involved in developing monitoring algorithms for safety critical functions of Battery Electric and Plug-in Hybrid Electric vehicles.
- Master of Science in Controls in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering from an ABET accredited university
- Minimum of 5 years of experience with modeling, simulation, development, testing, calibration and/or validation
- Specialization in Classical and Modern Control disciplines with vehicle applications
- Strong knowledge of System Identification and Observer Design methodologies
- Experience with model-based development tools such as MATLAB/SIMULINK
- Demonstrated technical problem solving
- Strong overall knowledge of vehicle and powertrain functions
- Outstanding interpersonal and problem solving skills
- Ph.D. in Controls in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering from an ABET
- Embedded software experience
- Knowledge of powertrain control system architecture/best practices.
- Demonstrated application of technical excellence
- Knowledge of ISO26262 international standard for electrical and/or electronic systems in production automobiles
- Experience with data acquisition and analysis tools such as ETAS-INCA