General Motors Subsystem Validation Engineer - ENG0038639 in Warren, Michigan
The Subsystem Validation Engineers are responsible for full subsystem validation on the production release of software. The issues are documentedand then software releases are iterated until all the issues are corrected. Subsystem Validation Engineers are intended to perform testing earlier in product development cycle (Pre-IVER) to identify issues sooner, improve the quality of the IVER and 65% ride vehicles. The work involves planning, executing and documenting the results from this validation.
The Subsystem Validation Engineer will be responsible for:
- Reviewing requirements, execution and evaluation of vehicle subsystem designs.
- Development & execution of Electrical Subsystem/System Test programs at bench and vehicle level.
- Act as expert on testing issues at testing sites.
- Procuring project equipment, software, and material.
- Writing test procedures and reports.
- Preparing and managing project plans.
- Analyzing and documenting data from tests.
- Communication, coordination, and consulting with engineering departments and customers.
- Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering (Preferred) or other related Engineering degrees may also be considered.
- Previous experience in automotive electrical testing and validation.
- At least 2 years of experience in software and embedded controller design principles and validation processes.
- Proven skills in analysis and problem solving; able to recommend solutions and provide technical guidance.
- Knowledge of laboratory practices, instrumentation, and vehicle electrical systems.
- Diagnostic troubleshooting experience of electrical system.
- Experience with serial communication protocols such as CAN (or GMLAN), LIN, etc.
- Familiarity with serial communication monitoring tools such as NeoVi, CANalyzer, CANoe.
- Strong project management skills ability to establish achievement plans and then execute plans on time.
- This position requires the ability to legally operate a motor vehicle on a regular basis