£50000 - £65000 per annum + benefits
11 months ago
Are you looking for a Principle Software Controls Engineer where you will:
*Get to develop battery systems for hybrid and EV applications
*Utilise Matlab, Simulink and Stateflow software and controls development
*Get to work with bleeding edge battery technology developing the next generation of systems
My client are a leading automotive engineering company operating internationally with major brand names across the automotive industry.
They are currently looking to bring in an automotive Principle Software Controls Engineer to work on software and control systems for their battery systems function in their software team.
As a Principle Software Controls Engineer, you will be responsible for
*Software development using Matlab, Simulink and Stateflow
*Developing software controls for EV, Hybrid and Battery Management Systems
*Supporting Systems and Software level requirements
*Battery and cell testing
As a Principle Software Controls Engineer You should be experienced in:
*Li-ion Batteries or significant battery/market knowledge
*Hybrid and Ev software controls ideally with Matlab, Simulink and Stateflow
*Automotive software development
*Mil (model in loop), Hil (hardware in loop) and Sil (software in loop) testing
It would be beneficial if as a Principle Software Controls Engineer you could also be experienced in any of the below:
*C/C++ embedded automotive software development
*Autosar/Spice compliant automotive software development
*Ideally ISO26262 safety controls
This Principle Software Controls Engineer role is based in Nuneaton and commutable from Coventry, Worcester, Birmingham, Loughborough, Leicester, Rugby, Leamington Spa, Tamworth, Litchfield, Sutton Coldfield, Burton-upon-Trent, Derby, Nottingham, Cannock, Walsall, Northampton, Kettering,
If you happen to know a Principle Software Controls Engineer with specific Matlab, Simulink and Stateflow automotive experience that may be interested in a role like this, please do get in touch as we do offer a referral fee!