General Motors Autonomous - Active Safety-Electrical Architect Systems Engineer - ENG0031543 in Warren, Michigan
Responsible for driving the necessary collaborations, lead the evaluation ofpartitioning scenarios and ultimatelyestablish the design direction for the feature set withinthe family of Global Electrical Architectures. The established design direction will be documented in the physical interface (mechanization) and logical interface (UMLmodel)design toolchains withdetailed interfacecapture support provided bythe Electrical Interface Architecture Engineer team.
TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Collaborate with GSSLTs to define optimal subsystem requirements structure
- Lead cross-functional team to determinethe optimal physical and functional allocation of features within the subsystems toECUs balancing all key imperatives and identified constraints
- Collaborate with Features Owners to drive execution of Features Arch Diagrams .
- Oversee and approvecreation ofphysical and logical interface design artifacts mechanizations that capture the established direction. Participate in creation of these artifacts as needed to maintain established timelines.
- Drive alignmentand ensurecompliance withestablishedElectrical Architecture core technical strategies for solutions managed by theglobal component stakeholderswithin the Domainarea.
- Identify opportunities to further optimize the system by repartitioning controls across organizational or otherwise conventional boundaries. Drive discussions to challenge necessary paradigms and develop business cases for realization where appropriate. .
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- At least 5 years experience developingActive Safety Architecture diagrams, designs, and implementation plans .
- 5 years experience collaborating with GM Electrical subsystem and component teams to develop electrical architecture solutions
- Strong understanding of key imperatives, hardware / software implementation complexities, and integration challenges related to Electrical Architecture decisions
- Ability to lead global cross-functional teams and organize complex information within softly defined boundaries.
- Ability to drive towards decisions and gain consensus as needed to maintain development schedules.
- Strong awareness of automotive industry trends for Electrical System design
- Ability to mentor engineers with lesser levels of experience to develop their skills
- Bachelors Degree in Electrical Engineering