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Controls System Development Engineer (General Motors Powertrain Europe)

Turin, Italy

Salary: Competitive

The candidate will be responsible for the system engineering of engine control and diagnostic functions from concept definition through production.
He/She will work on the design of real time control and diagnostic strategies that will be implemented in the Engine Control Module for innovative diesel engines. Activity includes definition of components specification to assure correct interaction between sensor/actuator and ECU.
Experimental activities on engine dynamiter and/or vehicle are foreseen to assess performance of control functions and emission impacts.
The candidate will work in an international environment having daily contact with General Motors global expert located in several regions.

The Tasks:

-Analysis and definition of engine management system architecture (including electrical interface);
-Definition of Engine Control System requirements including functional requirements, diagnostic requirements, component requirements and interface requirements
-Emission/ diagnostic regulations and service requirements analysis
-Development of calibration procedures
-Support to advanced community and contribute to technology development

The Skills:

-Degree in Automatics, Electronic, Mechanics, Automotive, Computer Engineering, Physic or equivalent
-1-3 years of experience in development and management of electronic control system preferred, talented young engineer will be considered
-Experience in automotive applications preferred
-Knowledge of engine control system development tools like Matlab, Simulink and Rapid prototyping
-English knowledge, team working and good communication skills

Location: Turin
Permanent contract
People interested in the job offer, can send their cv at with the reference (Ref. CSD/En)

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