Bosch Functional Safety Engineer (Automotive Powertrain) in Novi, Michigan
Do you want beneficial technologies being shaped by your ideas? Whether in the areas of mobility solutions, consumer goods, industrial technology or energy and building technology with us, you will have the chance to improve quality of life all across the globe. Welcome to Bosch.
Bosch Engineering GmbH is a fast-growing company and is looking to strengthen its team of developers. You will have the opportunity to work on challenging tasks in a young, dynamic team. You will be assigned to projects focusing on, for example exclusive sports cars, commercial vehicles or vehicles in the areas of Powersports and Aviation. As a leading supplier in the automotive industry, Robert Bosch LLC has made its Farmington Hills and Plymouth Michigan facilities the headquarters for its North American automotive businesses. These facilities house more than 1,700 associates who are dedicated to improving relationships with our customers and furthering Bosch's technologies.
Willing and able to travel up to 20% (both domestic and international).
As a Functional Safety Engineer your job responsibilities will include:
Lead "functional safety" efforts for powertrain applications (engine controls, hybrid controls, transmission controls)
Drive activities to create project specific functional safety requirements according to ISO 26262 (ECU software and hardware, system components).
Calibrate electronic control unit parameters based on functional safety requirements and component specifications.
Analyze electronic control unit software configuration and create/update safety monitoring calibration configuration.
Assess safety monitoring software and calibration performance in-vehicle.
Analyze issues and provide feedback for potential solutions.
Perform safety relevant validation tests such as fault insertion testing of safety relevant components, vehicle reaction tests, etc.
Plan/coordinate/track all validation activities related to functional safety (powertrain) according ISO 26262, in all relevant phases of the project.
Document all activities for the safety case (project specific proof of functional safety according to e.g. ISO26262), according to the safety plan.
Discuss functional safety related topics with the customer.
Provide regular reporting to project team and management.
Bachelor’s Engineering degree in mechanical, electrical or control systems.
Knowledge about safety engineering, safety processes and safety standards in the automotive industry (e.g. IEC 61508, ISO 26262).
3+ years of automotive systems engineering experience in the industry or qualifying student projects.
A valid driver’s license
Master’s Engineering degree in mechanical, electrical or control systems.
2+ years’ experience with methods and tools for system and/or software development for embedded controls, e.g. Matlab Simulink.
Strong background in hybrid vehicles, combustion engine, or electric drive.
Experience with working in a customer facing role.
Strong analytical and problem solving skills, detail oriented, flexible, fast learner.
Excellent communication skills with professional and positive attitude, knowledge to work in a global development team.