Vehicle Control Safety Engineer

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 an engineer in the field of automotive control systems design and validation to join our Functional Safety (ISO26262) verification activities. Working alongside other members, 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 and collaborate with others.
Responsibilities for this position will include:
Apply engineering principles, experiences and various analysis tools to develop documentation of vehicle control systems according to Functional Safety standards (ISO26262 et al.) and any applicable internal standards. Project management of vehicle motion related control systems development within the total vehicle and/or new technology development as it applies to functional safety guarantee, including schedule, progress, and issue tracking plus reporting to various levels of management. Identify areas where process improvement could provide high value and assist in the development and implementation of the adjusted process. May also coordinate multiple activities, including resource scheduling, system interactions, complex/combined reporting, cataloguing of data, verifying multiple streams of information/results for accuracy/thoroughness, and determining if additional work is needed.
BSME, BSEE, BSAeroE, or BSAutoE with aminimum of 1 year of closely related experience or equivalent combination of education and experience required. Experience in control system Functional Safety standards, especially ISO26262, is preferred. Candidates with direct experience implementing/executing processes outlined in the ISO26262 standard will be given higher consideration. PC skills (Excel, Word, PowerPoint and other technical software) and excellent communication/interpersonal skills required. Ability to travel and work overtime may be required.

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