Sr. Development tools Engineer

Are you an Engineer with a passion for drivingoff-road? Does designing and testing Honda Powersports Products exciteyou? Do you want to develop new products for the world? Join Honda's Powersports DevelopmentTeam. You can develop powertrain systems with team members who share yourpassion, then go out in the world to put them through the paces first hand!
Our team is looking for individuals who share our values:Integrity, Respect, and Autonomy. We are committed to growing talent and givingyou the tools to succeed. Our team of problem solvers work on all Americandeveloped Honda vehicles from initial concept to final design. We take greatpride in seeing our products used by customers around the world.
The primary responsibility of this role will be working withTest Engineers to improve the efficiency and accuracy of tools and methods usedto develop powersports vehicles. Candidateshould be knowledgeable in ECU control software, data and flowchart analysis,simulation including HILS, and migrating real-world vehicle testing to labenvironments. Candidate will be responsible for rapid prototype ECUdevelopment, ECU control logic planning & development, and creating toolsfor hex data verification, logging data summary and analysis, test datamanagement, etc. Additional responsibilities include managing autonomousvehicle projects related to controls and communication interface programming.
BSME and a minimum of 8 years' experience or equivalentcombination of education and experience. Expert level VBA Macro/Add-inprogramming skill required. Experience with Matlab, LabVIEW, C/C ,Python & HTML highly desired. Excellent communication/interpersonalskills are necessary. Need to travel and work overtime may be required.

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