Location: Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire
Intrinsys' sister company Integral Powertrain we are developing technologies which have the potential to change the future of the way vehicles are powered.
The Software team is moving from a prototype driven environment to a production code development method. We are not afraid of changing how we work and what we do to deliver better software.
As a Software Validation and Verification Engineer you will be able to demonstrate a track record of success in software development and verification and validation. You will join a team developing test procedures and have significant input on which tools and methods to use.
- Verification and Validation of controls software
- Control software improvements
- Developing test, build and integration environment
- Delivery and maintenance of automated static and dynamic analysis, code compliance
- Implementation of test scripts
- Unit and integration testing
- Hardware-in-the-loop (HiL) test and simulation development
- Managing / coordinating engineering changes and maintain detailed design records.
The successful Software Engineer will ideally be degree qualified in Electronics / Software Engineering.
You will be highly proficient in C, ideally for 32 bit microprocessors, with proven experience in automated test procedures development and knowledge of software development lifecycle phases & practice. You will also have MISRA-C experience
You will be familiar with MATLAB & Simulink, experienced in developing control algorithms for real-time embedded systems; preferably in automotive applications, knowledge of Revision control and change management software such as Doors and PC-Lint or similar.
Our engineers contribute to complex powertrain engineering projects, working with prestigious manufacturers in an environment where you are encouraged to take risks, try out new ideas and develop creative solutions to engineering problems whilst developing outstanding technology.
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