The Propulsion System Functional Safety Engineer will be involved with the development of the future electric and hybrid propulsion systems.
The Propulsion System Functional Safety Engineer is responsible for performing functional safety analyses, functional safety requirements definition, decomposition, deployment and allocation, functional safety development at system level and executing related tasks for FCA vehicle propulsion systems.
The Propulsion System Functional Safety Engineer will interface with other vehicle teams and suppliers. The candidate must have the desire to learn new processes and technologies.
Job responsibilities include by not limited to :
Hazard analysis and risk assessment
Safety plan and DIA
Impact analysis of requirement change or new function introduction on existing systems
Functional safety concept definition, ASIL decomposition activities, functional safety requirements deployment and allocation
Verification and confirmation reviews
Technical safety requirements definition, allocation and deployment at system level
Hardware metrics target specification and allocation
Safety case and assessment
Management and release of documentation according to safety standards
Analysis of supplier technical proposal (SEooC, technical safety requirements at hardware and software level, hardware metric computation)
Verification of supplier safety case and assessment
Support design teams during the implementation of the safety requirements
Support validation and verification team in DVP development
FCA Canada Inc. is committed to providing accommodation for people with accessibility needs due to disabilities in all aspects of the hiring process.
If you request an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your accessibility needs due to disability.
All FCA Canada Inc. employees are required to be fully vaccinated as a condition of employment in accordance with the FCA Canada Inc.
Covid-19 Vaccination Policy.
Basic Qualifications :
Bachelor’s degree in Electrical / Electronic / Mechatronic / Computer Engineering, Applied Physics or related Engineering field
Minimum TWO (2) years of engineering experience in automotive or avionic control systems
Minimum TWO (2) years within the area of functional safety
Experience in development activities with suppliers
Proven competency in functional safety
Proven competency in systems engineering (requirements, architectures, communications, etc.) and preventive reliability methods (DFMEA, FTA, etc.)
Basic knowledge of hardware electronics and reliability
Basic knowledge of software architecture and development process
Basic knowledge of vehicle dynamics, internal combustion engines, transmissions, electrical motors and drivers, high voltage batteries and circuits, power electronic devices
Good problem solving skills
Good synthesis and reporting skills
Good communication and interpersonal skills
Good planning and organizational skills
Fluent English (B2)
Legally eligible to work in Canada
Preferred Qualifications :
Minimum SEVEN (7) years’ experience in the area of automotive powertrain controls development
Engine calibration and / or embedded software experience a plus
Trained and certified in ISO26262
Knowledge of requirement management and safety analysis tools (ALM, Medini, DNG)