Responsibilities

  • Develop and maintain the ISO 26262 Module 5 Hardware work products defined by the safety standards to prove compliance of the Safety Case.

  • Experience with HARA and Functional Safety Concept for a complex safety system.

  • Experience in creating detailed Hardware Software Interface specifications. (HSI)

  • Experience deriving technical safety requirements from the Functional Safety Concepts, Technical Safety Concepts, and System Architecture Design.

  • Work with team members to develop IATF 16949 and ISO 26262 Supporting Process Procedures, Instructions, and defining meaningful record collection strategies

  • Root Cause and Corrective Action analysis

  • Work with teams to define the hardware architecture using a Functional Block Diagrams and other modeling techniques

  • Identification of potential system misuse and/or function integrity hazards using progressive safety analysis methods (SiUA, SOTIF).

  • Identification and analysis of system component single point and latent failures of system functions, using inductive and deductive approaches (FMEA, FMEDA, & FTA).

  • Ensure that hardware circuit monitoring will detect circuit faults and that a solid safety mechanism response is initiated

  • Experience defining test and validation plans based upon Engineering and Safety Requirements

  • Develop Inspection Instructions and Acceptance Test Plans (ATP) for AI System Installations

  • Support System Integration Validation Testing, Hardware fault injection testing.

 

Requirements

  • Hold a B.S. or higher degree (or equivalent) in Electrical Engineering or Computer Science

  • 10 years of relevant experience

  • Understand of software simulation, validating software functions, and software safety mechanisms

  • Understanding of software quality concepts and processes (CMMI)

  • Understanding of C/C++ and related coding standards (e.g. Automotive MISRA or similar)

  • Applied understanding of SOC, AUTOSAR or similar embedded software, algorithms and data structures

  • Familiarity with computer system architecture, microprocessor, and microcontroller fundamentals (caches, buses, memory controllers, DMA, etc.), and supporting electronic circuits

  • Applied experience Hardware Software Interface analysis

  • Ability to work in a startup business environment and to work respectfully with other teammates

  • Ability to work closely with both software and hardware designers to create new features and solutions

  • Expert in configuration management (hardware, its firmware, serial number, hardware, etc.)

  • Experience with security standards (EAL/CC, SAE J3061)

  • Advance knowledge of computer architectures, low-level device programming and bus interfaces (PCIe, I2C, SPI, etc.), and overlay programming models

  • Hands on experience with FMEA, FMEDA, and FTA

  • Experience with ANSYS Medini Analyse is an added advantage. 



Perks

  • Work with world class AI Engineers

  • Shape the landscape of autonomous driving

  • Daily breakfast, lunch, and dinner

  • Full Kitchen with unlimited snacks and fruits

  • Weekly team happy hour

  • Medical, Vision, and Dental insurance plan

  • Company 401(K) program

  • Company paid life insurance



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