Software Architect-AUTOSAR

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Absolute Opportunities
Software Architect-AUTOSAR
Date Created: 04-28-14 (02:56 PM)
Location: Farmington Hills, MI
Openings: 1
Job Description Software Architect - AUTOSAR Experience Needed.
Responsible for software tasks and deliverables throughout the entire software lifecycle including, but not limited to, requirements software design, coding, unit testing, and defect resolution. Follow a defined software process to ensure good quality and documentation as per SPICE or CMMI requirements. Based on system requirements perform detailed software specification, design and development of complex safety critical features. Develop, maintain and communicate a software plan which includes software content and timing.
Configuration management:
Check work on regular basis and create baseline for all major releases.
Raise new open issues. Keep track and bring to closure assigned open issues.
Issue release notes for all relevant baselines, software development plan, software requirement specifications (SRS) and software quality assurance plan.
BSEE Required
More than 5 years of experience developing embedded software for automotive safety applications.
Proficient in "C" language and have excellent oral and
technical writing skills.
Experience in the following areas required: Requirements Tracebility, Software Configuration management tools, static analysis tools (such as QA_C, Polyspace), MISRA and generally accepted enbedded coding practices.
Experience in the following areas is highly desirable:
OSEK, experience with embedded module implementation of CAN and the use of CAN analysis tools.
Knowledge of vehicle bus standards and experience with automotive software and device driver development are a plus.
Knowlege of Vector CAN tools (CANaalyzer, CANoe) or equivalent (NeoVI).
Knowledge of configuration management tools MKS or equivalent (e.g. PVCS).
Knowledge of requirement tools (DOORS) and issue tracking systems.
Department E27309177 - DAS Camera S/W Dev

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