Continental System Engineer (CES) in Guadalajara, Mexico
System Engineer (CES)
Would you like to impact the mobility industry by developing cutting edge technology working in a company that is located throughout 58 different countries all over the world? Designing technology focused on Cyber Security and Functional Safety? Coordinating different disciplines to develop automotive architectures that you will see operating in action everytime you drive a car?
Shape the future with your ideas as System Engineer at Continental.
System Engineer is responsible:
to Collect, Analyze and Derive Stakeholder Requirements: Customers (OEMs, and customers), Suppliers, Internal stakeholders (PMs, TPL, EE, MD, SW, PES), Production, Quality, Standards (e. g. ISO).
Create and manage System Requirements based on collected stakeholder requirements (black box level).
Responsible for the delivery of a functioning technical system that is fully validated to all cutomer requirements.
Create/Update Requirements Engineering and Traceability Management plans.
Analyze Customer Design Change Requests and analyze feasibility.
Leads the engineering functions in Change Control Board meetings to manage engineering changes and design new features.
Develop and document the System Architecture to satisfy the system requirements
Communication and alignment of the system architecture within the team and all affected parties - mainly: Quote Team, Sales Manager, PM, TPL, SW-TPL, Requirements Engineers, Safety Managers, SW Architect, EE, ME, Test Manager, Test Engineer
Decomposition of the system in a way to facilitate: resource usage/reuse/efficient integration sequence/variant mgmt/traceability
Responsible of the System FMEA (Failure Mode & Effects Analysis)
Close collaboration with the Safety Manager and EE engineers to support Functional Safety and HW/SW interface specification requirements
Supports PM/TPL in interfacing to the customer's engineering representatives for technical questions and cooperates with the customer in engineering activities as well as supports the Continental Resident Engineer.
Bachelor of science in Mechatronics, Electronics or Computer Engineering.
2+ year Automotive Electronics or 3+ years developing embeded electronics
SW programming/Testing Experience
Good Oral and Verbal communication skills
English Lenguage. Upper Intermediate level
Requirement engineering experience
Configuration and Change management
Functional Safety & CyberSecurity knowledge
Usage of SysML/UML
Understanding the software design process and techniques including the V cycle requirements analysis and test cases design.
Requirement Management experience in DOORs (baselines, traceability, linksets)
Understanding Architectural Functions, Test Plans features, interfaces and diagnostics.
Understanding of Electrical designs porcess and techniques for analog and digital circuit design, proeficientin basic EE test equipment (osciloscope, DMM, signal generator, etc.)
Experience in diagnostics(UDS, KWP). Vehicle Bus Protocols (CAN, LIN, etc.) and tools.
Excellent interpensonal and organizational abilities.
Highly motivated and self driven, ability to work with minimal supervision.
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The Autonomous Mobility and Safety Business Area integrates safety technologies and controls vehicle dynamics to ensure safe and comfortable driving. The objective is to implement "Vision Zero", the vision of accident-free driving. Autonomous Mobility and Safety's components and system capabilities are prerequisites for autonomous mobility.
Research and Development
Autonomous Mobility and Safety (AMS)