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Software Engineer

Magna International

This is a Contract position in Vancouver, BC posted August 7, 2021.

Group Description The Mechatronics, Mirrors and Lighting group specializes in automotive technologies that are driving the future of mobility.

Combining a deep systems knowledge to develop unique vehicle access experiences, intelligent visions systems and advanced automotive lighting technologies, MML’s expertise light the path to innovation, safety and styling.

Role Summary Develops, designs and improves new and existing software for automotive embedded controls.

Generally completes the following duties and responsibilities with the support of senior engineering personnel and/or engineering management.

Key Responsibilities Generally assigned to increasingly complex components, sub-assemblies and systems, e.g.

may be responsible for changes based on new requirements, or may contribute to the application of new technology.

Coordinates the development for the designated products including, but not limited to Embedded software design, documentation, developing C -code and assembler, in accordance with standard operating procedures and the product delivery process.

Incorporates customer requirements, regulations and product specifications into the design of the designated products, ensuring compliance with Magna Closures Software Development Process, operational, cost, timing, safety, reliability, quality, and manufacturing feasibility parameters.

Analyzes products and formulates engineering conclusions by the application of engineering and/or mathematical principles and tools.

Applies QFD, FEA, FMEA, DOE, VA/VE and DFM/DFA, as required in the development of the product.

Creates engineering documentation for the following deliverables as outline in Magna Closures Software Development Process: Product Specification, Software Requirement Specification, Software Development Plan, Software Design and Implement Document, DVP&R’s, 8D’s, key product characteristics, engineering changes and work orders.

Writes, compiles and integrate Software based on above requirements.

Designs / programs / implements automatic test vectors.

Conducts code reviews with peers and customer.

Consults and collaborates with personnel in various engineering and design activities relative to product development requirements in order to create/support robust electro-mechanical systems control methods to eliminate campaign failure modes.

Conducts effective communications within the project team and with the customer, suppliers, manufacturing and quality communities with minimal guidance from engineering management and engineering personnel.

Maintains all appropriate documentation Supports CAE activities (hand calculations/first order analysis).

Fundamental understanding and ability to apply/utilize basic math based tools, Software simulation such as Mathlab, Matlab, Simulink and software development environments for embedded applications.

Works with senior engineering personnel to drive best practices in design specifications, manufacturing processes, customer requirements, and safety requirements Creates, reviews and approves engineering direction and responsible for product testing to ensure key deliverables are met (i.e.

functional requirements, cost targets, timing, safety, reliability, quality, and manufacturing feasibility parameters).

Reviews, approves, completes, and submits required change notices to ensure software quality meet design inputs.

Independently prioritizes the completion of tasks and resolution of issues to ensure compliance to Customer requirements and program deliverables.

Contributes to the development of project timing.

Understands and follows existing policies, procedures, work instructions and standards and makes recommendations for continuous improvements.

Follows Magna’s Code of Conduct & Ethics and related compliance policies Perform other duties as required Health & Safety Responsibilities Ensure all safety and non-safety rules and regulations are followed Ensure adherence to established quality and housekeeping standards Review and adhere to CTC’s health and safety, environmental, and quality standards, operating procedures, and policies Immediately report accidents, hazards, defects or non-compliance issues to management Works and acts in a manner that will not hurt him/herself or any other worker Understand and uphold the policies that prohibit workplace violence and harassment Participate in all mandatory training In addition to the above, the duties include those specified under the Occupational Health & Safety Act (Newmarket) or Occupational Safety & Health Act (Troy) Qualifications & Skills Bachelor’s degree in Computer/Software/Electrical Engineering from an accredited university.

Minimum of 3 years of engineering experience Working knowledge of electrical hardware and electrical circuit theory as it relates to embedded controls for electro-mechanical systems.

Ability to apply academic and other engineering principles in the development of automotive components and utilize analytical math-based tools.

Automotive Experience desired.

Understanding of hardware embedded environments and Micorcontrollers such as NXP/Freescale, Renesas, MicroChip/Atmel, Cypress, ST, Infineon, Etc Knowledge of Vehicle Bus Communications software such as CAN, LIN and Wireless communciations such as BLE, NFC, Etc Understanding of the Vehicle and Component Level Diagnostics protocols Advanced level C, Assembly language, Labview, Lab windows or other software design/test tools Understanding of standard software process and industry requirements AutoSpice, CMMI, IEEE, MISRA Additional Information Core Competencies: Ability to build relationships with & service the customer Accountability Organization and Adaptability Self Knowledge and Development Teamwork Commitment to Company Growth, Policies & Standards Communication & Influence Problem Solving Decision Making Quality of Work Technical/Professional Knowledge Working Conditions: Conditions may cause minor stress or physical discomfort due to limited exposure to elements or frequent exposure to moderately disagreeable internal or external conditions.

Typical conditions are such that a minor risk of injury or harmful effect is possible to self or others.

Accommodations for disabilities in relation to the job selection process are available upon request.

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