Electrical Control systems Development Engineer - braking systems

Honda R&D Americas, Inc. (HRA) was founded in Central Ohio in 1984 and is responsible for creating advanced products and technologies that provide new value to Honda and Acura customers. We have the capability of "complete product creation" ? developing all-new products, starting from market and technology research and design styling through engineering design, prototype fabrication and testing, local parts procurement and support for mass production preparation. This includes many areas of design (interior and exterior), crash & safety testing, wind-tunnel testing, materials research, fabrication, engine dynamometer testing, and hot & cold weather testing. Some of the more recent vehicles we have developed are the 2016 models of the Acura NSX, Acura TLX, Honda Civic, and Honda Pilot as well as the 2017 Acura MDX, & Honda Odyssey. HRA in Ohio is the 2nd largest R&D facility for Honda in the world, after Japan, and is engaged in the development and testing of Honda and Acura automobiles and Honda power, and is also taking a leading role in the advancement of leading-edge safety, driver assistive, and environmental technologies.
HRA is seeking a dynamic associate to work in our Electrical Control Systems Development department. Working under the leadership of senior members in the group, the candidate is expected to perform the following job role and responsibilities. The ideal candidate should have excellent communication skills coupled with the willingness to pro-actively seek out information from others and convert concepts into specific requirements.
Responsibilities will be focused around the development of the Braking Control Systems including Anti-lock brakes (ABS), Electronic Stability Control (ESC), Electronic Parking Brake (EPB), Electronic Brake Booster, Brake by Wire, and supporting brake functions for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). The candidate will also be responsible for negotiating requirements with the autonomous/semi-autonomous control systems team.
The primary responsibilities for this position involve developing the functional requirements related to CAN interface, Self-Diagnostic, Failsafe Detection for each vehicle development, working with the system supplier to lead the integration of these functions into the vehicle, as well as verification of the functions. Roles include project management activities, overseeing the testing of the related vehicle systems, negotiating the hardware and software interfaces to integrate the system into the vehicle, instrumenting and troubleshooting vehicles for testing, analyzing test data, and recommending solutions for test failures.
BS in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering or related degree and a minimum of 1 year of experience or equivalent combination of education and experience required. Experience in proving ground testing and a knowledge of vehicle dynamics and controls is preferred.
Candidate should possess good communication skills, hands on mechanical ability, as well as analytical skills to prepare prototype vehicles for testing, troubleshoot system issues, and propose and solve solutions to those issues. Some travel domestic and internationally should be expected to visit various proving grounds, visit suppliers' engineering offices and production locations and support Honda factories during pre-production launch timings. Valid driver's license required to operate vehicles on proving grounds. PC Skills (Excel, Word, PowerPoint and other technical software) and excellent communication/interpersonal skills required. Experience with data acquisition systems and Vector CAN tools is a plus.

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